$48 from Lucky Brand Jeans
Thus far I have stayed away from t-shirts, for the sole reason that there are SO many cool ones. Well, this site made me think twice. Their concept is unique. These shirts are from real places all over the west coast. Coffee shops, tattoo parlors, bowling alleys – they’ve got em, and they’re looking for more constantly. Wouldn’t it be great to buy a bunch of your favorites, and then go on a road trip to visit them all?
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$15 from makebeauty’s Etsy shop
I really like the look of straw cowboy hats. Maybe because the girl I first saw in one was smokin’ hot? Anyway, great for the beach or for hiking or really any outdoor activity where you need to keep the sun out of your face and look good at the same time.
$29.99 from Sheeplers
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What’s new and cool in the world of camping? Well, head on over to Lesbiatopia and I’ll tell you.
Whether you’re visiting your friendly neighborhood National Park or headed off to set up camp at a music festival, ’tis the season to break out the tents and the bug spray. I’m going to assume that most of you know the basics of camping – how to set up a tent, where to store your food, etc. Here’ I’ll be looking at what’s new on the camping scene. Keep in mind, though, that you by no means need new, expensive gear to enjoy yourself outdoors. All you really need is a sleeping bag and a sense of adventure.
I own these boots, and I love them. They lasted me two seasons of trail building and they’re still going strong. They’re also really comfy and basically waterproof – I’ve gone wading in 3 or 4 inch deep water and had dry feet after.
$144.99 from Campmor
Ok, I’ve been trying to resist the plaid walking shorts thing for as long as possible. But I really kind of like these. Maybe because the plaid’s subtle? Anyway, I like ’em almost enough to even buy them. I think I may not be tan enough to pull off white shorts, though.
$56 from Swell