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

12/15/17

dark walls inside Glorietta at the anvil hotel. / sfgirlbybay

is it just us or have you been feeling like fleeing to a quiet chalet in the mountains too? days spent weaving down the slopes, nights over hot chocolate and board games. opportunities to wear stylish outfits in the abundance of layers, and layers, and layers. the anvil hotel in jackson, wyoming is the destination of our white winter dreams. they nail apres ski style like none other — deep blue exteriors, minimally decked out rooms with pendleton clad beds, and a beautiful laid back italian restaurant, Glorietta, fit for filling up after a long day adventuring through the winter wonderlands. as a california girl in the snow, we can’t wait to show off our best resort style with chunky knits, and a heavy biker jacket. there’s something about a snowfall that makes us want to bring out our very well read copy of little women and cuddle up in front of the lobby’s fireplace.

~ michaela d’artois, vérité woman.

wear this there: anvil hotel. / sfgirlbybay

wear this there: zara textured biker jacket; zara open knit sweater with ribbon detail; aritzia cebu pants; madewell the small transport crossbody in cider; j.crew striped cape scarf; bando’s tuleste tinsel earrings; ganni alice shades in turquoise; read this there little women by Louisa May Alcott; herbivore botanicals calm bath salts; dolce vita varra booties; urban outfitters cable knit chenille-lined gloves.

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• photography courtesy of the anvil hotel.

One response to “wear this there: anvil hotel.”

  1. This is a wonderfully modern rustic hotel, Michaela, and I love the simple room decor. But I have a huge pet peeve with sinks and mirrors being separate from the bathroom. One, it’s just the lack of privacy (like putting on makeup). Two, if you get up in the middle of the night, you risk waking the other person up when you wash your hands…assuming you can see the sink/faucet to begin with.

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