wear this there: the native hotel.
by Michaela d'Artois comment

11/17/17

wear this there: the native hotel / sfgirlbybay

this week’s wear this there is all about the art of the staycation. it’s about the leisure of picking up a good book (we’re suggesting joan didion, but of course), wearing your sunday clothes all week, and pressing the off buttons on all your devices. the location? malibu’s native hotel, the goal? pure bliss. the truth is, you don’t have to go far to get outta dodge, you just need a spot like the native where the surroundings are quiet and the insides are loud with decor inspiration! the thirteen rooms only locale is a great way you reset yourself in peace — just you, the ocean, and some killer fish tacos! throw on your favorite mules, silky tunic, and place all necessities in that beach bag — it’s time to experience life like a local.

~ michaela d’artois, vérité woman.

pink and navy exterior of the native hotel / sfgirlbybaywhat to pack for a stay at the native hotel / sfgirlbybay

wear this there: cos silk dress with drape back; anne thomas ATP Atelier Irma Mule in Powder; crap eyewear the tuff safari; read this there the year of magical thinking by joan didion; j crew vintage pajama set; anthropologie chevron towel collection; osea best seller gift set; & other stories pending bar earrings; away the carry-on; kayu bellini bag; cle cosmetics melting lip powder in desert rose; The Anne-Marie in Spring Multi Stripe one-piece bathing suit.

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• photography via yatzer and malibu’s native hotel.

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