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Palm Springs Hit List: 48 Hours in Palm Springs

Hey Merbabes!  Not only am I about to give you the run-down of the not to miss places in Palm Springs + Palm Desert but I'm going to show you how to do it in 48 hours.  Whether you're taking a long weekend away or are heading to the desert for Coachella (hello queen bey) these are the stops you need to make along the way.

Day 1: 

Grab Breakfast at King's Highway

This cool little dinner is tucked in the Palm Spring's Ace Hotel + Swim Club.  I can't think of a better way to kick off your weekend in Palm Spring's than with a killer breakfast (or plate of tacos) in this former Denny's.


Drive out to Salvation Mountain

After you fill your bellies, get ready for a drive.  The drive out to Salvation Mountain is about 90 minutes + worth every single second.  I can't fully explain the feeling you first arriving at Salvation Mountain but its basically like getting hit with a wall of good vibes.  Explore all the colorful nooks + climb up all the colorful paths, you will feel like a new person with a whole lot of Instagram content.

On your way home stop at one of the Salton Sea beaches, the water smells a little funky but you'll get some dope photos + be able to say you were at the largest body of water in California.


Stop for a Treat at Ice Cream & Shop(pe)

After a morning of driving around, you deserve a treat.  Head to the cutest destination in uptown Palm Springs at the Arrive hotel, Ice Cream & Shop(pe).  I grabbed a vegan date ice cream cone + had to seriously hold myself back from purchasing everything at the shop.


Enjoy Dinner at Birba

This is the place to go to dinner in Palm Springs.  It's an all outdoor restaurant fully equipped with fire pits, heaters, and blankets to give you major cozy vibes while you dine.  The tricolore pizza is a serious must-have, imagine a tricolore salad on top of a beautiful white pizza, divine!


Day 2:

Brunch Poolside at Chi Chi

Located at the Avalon Hotel this is where my ideal day would start every single morning.  Enjoy a turmeric latte while sitting poolside + eating an açaí bowl or a veggie burger, um yes please.


Go for a Hike in the Indian Canyons

This wasn't a stop we made on my last trip but this is still a serious must in my book.  I haven't seen anything that compares to the beauty of this spot, palm trees, water falls, and v accessible trails for the nature challenged aka me.


Shop at Fine Art of Design

I first discovered Fine Art of Design at their pop-up in the Ace Hotel, after eating at King's Highway, duh.  I snagged a Dolce + Gabbana mini dress that is to die for, this time around I snagged a kimono + a little jacket that I am already trying to incorporate into everything I wear.  After shopping at Fine Art of Design head down the street to El Paseo, its basically the Rodeo Drive of Palm Desert.


End your Evening at The Parker

The Parker is probably the coolest place I have ever stepped foot into.  It's all designed by Jonathan Adler + a serious interior dream.  I went to Norma's for brunch but I can only imagine the cool evening vibes this place exudes.  My ideal evening at the Parker would be chilling in the lobby then ending the evening with dinner at Mr. Parkers.


Enjoy your 48 hour getaway bb!

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Salvation Mountain: Desert Chic Jumpsuit

Hey Merbabes!  This week I did something v v v special, the fam + I spent some time chilling in Palm Springs and we took a journey to a place I've been dying to visit for years.  Salvation Mountain.  I'm sure you've seen it on the gram but nothing will prepare you for the beauty + love that radiates from this spot IRL.

I'm sharing some of my favorite pictures along with my desert chic look with you today!  Be sure to head to @mermaidwaves on the gram to see more snaps from Palm Springs + Salvation Mountain.

Shop the Post:

Coordinating your look to your destination, its a major key.  I didn't want my look to get caught up in the wild color palette of the mountain so I opted for a chic desert neutrals.

Let us talk jumpsuit.  This flared, scalloped, jumpsuit is the perfect vacation piece, its an easy one-step look that won't take up tons of room in your suitcase.  Side note: I packed all my outfits, workout clothes, robe, + four pairs of shoes in a carry-on, okrrrrr, had to brag for a moment.

With my babely white jumpsuit, I went for rose-toned neutral accessories.  This wrap sweater is a favorite of mine,  I've worn it everywhere from the dance studio to the desert, literally.

I love how the soft pink of the sweater plays off my cat-eye sunnies.  The mini sunglass silhouette is so hot rn and is beyond easy to pull off.  Put them on your face + own it.  The cat-eye shape also plays into the retro feel of the jumpsuit.

Last but sherpa not least, I kind of hate myself for that but it almost works, the shoes.  Sherpa sandals! What!  The perfect winter to spring transitional shoe, especially for the desert where a large sherpa coat wouldn't quite be appropriate in the mid-day sun.

Have you ever been to Salvation Mountain? 

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The Best Brunch in Chicago: 10 Spots You Need to Hit

Hey Merbabes! Today, I am getting serious.  We are talking about my favorite thing on this planet.  Brunch.  The most popular question I get in my DMs is where should I brunch in Chicago.  I figured it was time to put together a master list of my all-time favorite destinations.

Below are 10 places I absolutely love + you can catch me at every weekend.

The Allis

My go-to, fave, weekly destination. You already know.  I’m all about cozying up with a cup of hot green tea + grabbing my favorite all day breakfast, (sans salmon).  I love coming here during the week for a chill spot to eat + “work” aka sip on tea with my laptop open.  If you’re heading out on a weekend, I recommend making a reservation!

Hood: West Loop

Maison Marcel

It’s probably a good thing this little spot is all the up in Lakeview otherwise I would never leave.  A cup of tea + a little avocado toast is the way to my heart.  The food is fab, but the decor is what will make you fall in love with this space.

Hood: Lakeview

Cafe Robey

This is one of my new favorite spots.  Their avocado toast is possibly my favorite ever, I add a poached egg for the yolk factor.  The tables are white marble + the lighting makes this spot perfect for Instagram.  I also really appreciate their mugs, they are clear glass so you can show off your pretty cup of tea.

Hood: Wicker Park

Bad Hunter

This is also one of my favorite not-brunch spots but if you go for brunch, get the Bad Hunter burger with an egg.  It makes the perfect veggie burger even more perfect.  Just watch the video.  That's all.

Hood: West Loop

Clever Rabbit

Clever Rabbit is a veggie-focused restaurant (fave) with a strong brunch game.  I have a habit of choosing one item on a menu + ordering it for the rest of my Clever Rabbit its the Rabbit Breakfast.  I mean look at it, what else could you ask for?

Hood: Wicker Park

Little Goat

Little Goat has totally become a tourist destination but that will never separate me from my beloved Parathas Burrito.  I recommend going during the week, its perfect, quiet, cozy diner, grab a cup of tea, get your brunch, + always get fries.

Hood: West Loop
Gram: @littlegoatdiner

Cafe Marie Jeanne

This spot is a hidden gem, with some of the best brunch in the city.  My favorite part about it is the breakfast a la carte, it’s basically build-a-bear for brunch. I love getting scrambled eggs, toast, greens, + mushrooms! Drooling just thinking about it.

Hood: Humboldt Park

Grange Hall

This is another spot that I hit all times of the day but also has an incredible brunch menu.  I am crazy about their veggie burgers, I will go for one of those as early as 10am, but their brunch menu is not to be overlooked, they have large selection of killer vegetarian (+ not) brunch dishes.  Blueberry basil pancakes I’m looking at you.  

This is one of the only places I can think of that I ever vary my order, that’s how good it is.  

Hood: West Loop

The Winchester

I love this little spot.  That is basically all I want to say.  Good vibes, super good brunch.

Hood: UK Village

La Sirena Clandestina

This spot feels like summer.  Sip an iced tea, while you eat your way through the best (+ biggest) kale salad ever.  They currently have a lovely veggie omelet but I fell hard for a vegetarian rice + bean bowl, please bring it back.  

Hood: West Loop

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Spring Break Forever: Vacation Pieces You Need

The first (+ only) R-rated movie I snuck into was Spring Breakers, it was awful but the sound of James Franco saying 'Spring Breakkkkkk' will forever live on inside my head.  All that to say, I hope you read the title of this post in his voice.  I'm heading west for a little sunshine next week (blessed!) and naturally I waited until the last minute to put my vacation outfits together.  My lack of planning inspired me to put together a vacation shop, so you can prepare for Spring Break stress-free, otherwise what's the point of leaving?

From swimwear to standout accessories I've got your beach needs covered, oh and cover-ups I've got those too!

Accessories + Swim

Safe travels bbs!

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LDN Hit List: Eat, Snack, + Sip

Tonight Josephine

Hey Merbabes!  It's been a month since #WorldTour + I figured it was time to give you a scoop on the  hottest spots I hit in London.  Out of all the places we visited I chose my top seven to share with you!  All of these spots are vegetarian, vegan, + gluten free friendly, Aubrey + I basically cover all the dietary restrictions you can dream of so you know we do our research.


Darcie + May Green

Have you ever had brunch on a rainbow boat?  Well, I have + it was amazing.  You'll pretty much become an honorary blogger after visiting a spot as cute as this one.


Farm Girl

Good, clean, beautiful food.  They have everything from avocado toast + gluten free pancakes to açaí bowls + lattes in every color of the rainbow.  Plus theres a cute French guy that works there.



Maitre Choux

Its v rare I sit down + eat a box of pastries, like I don't think I've ever down that before.  Until I went to Maitre Choux + became the queen of eclairs.


Hip Chips

Salty or sweet, with your choice of dips.  Sign me up over + over again.  This is a brilliant concept that I pray on the daily someone will steal + open in Chicago.



Allergy free fro-yo for all! No dairy, no gluten, no nuts, no junk.  Plus it comes served with your choice of waffles of crepes, as if you needed any more convincing.



Tonight Josephine

Go for the neon signs + the wallpaper in the bathroom, stay for the music.


Palm Vaults

Rainbow, sparkly, pink matcha +  the most perfect branding you'll ever see.  Pink, green, + palms! I visited the pop-up at fiorucci but my #1 place to go during my next London trip is their permanent location.



I already wrote an entire post on this place! Read it here.


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See London like a Mermaid: Breakfast + Afternoon Tea at Sketch

Forget Disney World, Sketch is truly the happiest place on earth.  I'm a total sucker for an insta-famous destination and will do anything for the #content so Sketch was an absolute must on our London to-do Pinterest board.  On our first full day in London we were #blessed enough to have breakfast in the Parlor.

le parlor 
le breakfast

As you enter Sketch, you are greeted with neon lights + holographic images of major icons like Kate Moss and of course, the queen.  We were then led to the front room which guessed it, the Parlor.  I immediately died when I noticed that the legs of the chairs were all wearing pointe shoes, I felt right at home.  Our breakfast consisted of us eating basically everything on the menu + snapping tons of pictures (watch it go down here).  I ordered a fried egg, and it was literally a fried egg, WILD.  After breakfast, we ventured to the bathrooms.  No they were not the pods, that comes later.  These bathrooms were interior #goals, they are completely decked out in swarovski crystals. LUXURY!  Aubrey and I spent around 20 minutes taking selfies + kirakira videos, which is slightly embarrassing considering the bathroom is quite small and there were people waiting outside the door for us to leave, oops.

le gallery
le matcha

Of course, the main attraction at Sketch is their afternoon tea and after the fabulous breakfast we had we couldn't wait to see what they had in store.  We went to Sketch for tea on New Year's Day (watch our full day here), lets be real, can you think of a better way to ring in 2018? I can't. We snagged the first seating at 11:30am, which is a major key because we got to enjoy the space before it completely filled up.  Our waiter was a major cutie and suggested we started out with some matcha, we knew right then we were in good hands.  Since Aubrey + I are extra special girls, we got two beautiful tea towers, one vegetarian + one gluten-free, vegetarian.  It was three layers of pure joy, and although it was a difficult task we each managed to completely clear our towers.  After tea towers came scones, which despite our overwhelming fullness we continued to plow through.  I still can't fathom how someone could continue to eat but if you're a real star you get to enjoy lovely pieces of cake to finish your tea time.  We sealed our tea time with a pot of rose tea, one of my favorites!

le pods

Ok so now is where things get exciting.  The bathrooms. The Pods. The Art.  If you haven't seen these bathrooms you've clearly never been on Instagram before.  That white room with the rainbow ceiling is the bathroom at sketch!  You get to pee in a pod! V chic.  

So I guess all of this is to say, go to Sketch.  It's basically an Instagram theme park, and the food is pretty good too.  

PS: if you want to see some video #content from Sketch check out our World Tour Vlogs!  

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Get the London Look: Everything I Wore in London + Edinburgh

Hey merbabes! I'm back + better than ever.  Ok actually, right now I am seriously sick, but I have a feeling the whole better than ever thing will kick in in a few days.  London + Edinburgh were a serious whirlwind, I don't think I've ever laughed as much as I did in the last ten days.  As much as I want to take you through every single moment that made me giggle, lets get to why you're really here.

The London Looks.  I truly was killing it in London, if I do say so myself.

I needed a kick of inspiration to get me out of my early onset winter wardrobe rut (I mean its barely January, we've got a long way to go), and what better than a trip across the pond to give me the inspiration I've been looking for? Nothing, duh. Below I've rounded up my top five looks from my trip + found you all the pieces you need to recreate them for yourself!

Look 1:

I joked that I was dressed as the union jack but it's totally the truth.  I immediately broke out my new red jacket after landing and was ready to hit the town.

Red Jacket - Under $100
Rolling Stones Tee - Under $40

Look 2:

Another winning moment was this mustard look.  As I blonde, I tend to shy away from mustard yellow but I loved this mod little dress, I had to go for it.  

Dress - Under $40
Duster - Under $40
Look 3:

How good is this sweatshirt? I'm wearing to every brunch from now on.

Sweatshirt - Under $25

Look 4:

This was one of my Edinburgh looks + probably my favorite.  Scotland is basically the capitol of plaid so bringing out these plaid pants was a must.  Tip: it rains constantly, be sure your umbrella is up to par with your looks.


Look 5:

The final london look was this red + black one.  I hate wearing skirts, but I forced myself into this little camo cutie, it was so worth it, especially paired with this show stopping red coat.  This hat was basically attached to my head the entire trip, due to a lack of water pressure in our airbnbs (my hair was a mess).  
Coat - Under $100
Skirt - Under $100

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Ultimate Guide to Lollapalooza + Bed Head Hotel Invite

Hey Merbabes! Festival weekend in Chicago is here and I am ready to party.  Lucky for you, I have made all the biggest festival mistakes (like wearing sandals post rain storm), and I am ready to pass along my knowledge to you.

I've partnered with Bed Head by TIGI to help you have the best Lollapalooza ever and to invite you to the hottest party of the weekend.  Keep reading for all the details.

1.  Nail Your Lolla Look

Obviously the main reason I go to any event is for the look.  Lollapalooza is practically the culmination of everything I hate the most; sweaty, drunk, people and standing in the direct sunlight. Not usually my vibe, but sprinkle in the element of endless outfit possibilities plus street style photographers and I'm in.  Obviously you will have to stay tuned for today's look, but you know I will be looking extra.

Your outfit is a vital part of the Lolla Look but so is your beauty look.  My largest struggle when it comes to festival beauty is finding the perfect balance, I always want to rock a crazy glitter-eye but I also know by hour three or four, that glitter-eye will become a glitter-mess all over my face.  This year I am planning on going for a simple and natural makeup look and let my killer waves do all the talking.

I am so excited to be doing my festival hair look using my new Bed Head products, Bed Head by TIGI is inspired by street trends and is specifically created for the weird + wonderful, wild child, and the thrill seeker, so basically all of my merbabes.  For today's look I am all about embracing my waves so I am prepping my hair with Queen Beach Salt Spray to enhance my waves.  Then I'll be adding a spritz of Get Twisted, to reduce frizz and finishing my wavy-baby look with Superstar Queen for a Day, mostly for the name but also to set and hold my waves all day and night long.  All these Bed Head by TIGI products can be purchased at Ulta on online at

2. Pack the Perfect Bag

I really commend you if you are able to just throw on your wristband and head out the door.  I, on the other hand have a full bag packed with everything I could possibly need throughout the day.  I am planning on taking my favorite sparkly pizza purse and packing it as full as humanly possible.  Number one on my festival packing list is always GIANT sunglasses. Not only for sun protection, but with giant sunnies you can hide your face in the event you run into people from middle school, which I always seem to do.  In addition to sunglasses, I also recommend a chic plastic visor or another form on sun protection, like a dad hat.  Always pack water and a snack or three, staying hydrated is a major life key but even more major during a festival weekend.  Plus, food lines will be long and you will get hangry.

I also like to keep lipstick/lip balm, ID, bandaids, and depending on the size of my bag, a jacket for after sunset.

3.  Take Advantage of Every Event

I am so excited for Lolla weekend and I am only going to be at the actual festival one day.  Trust me, I am planning on taking advantage of all the craziness happening throughout the weekend and making it a four day experience despite my one day pass.  There are so many official after shows that are not to be missed, I am most excited about seeing Banks at her official after show.  If you really love an artist that is going to be at Lollapalooza, the best way to see them is at an after show in a smaller more intimate setting.

 Friday, I am going to be hanging at the Bed Head Hotel all day, listening to music, getting my hair done, and dancing it up with my bestie.  RSVP using this link to hang out with us! I am going Friday for Brandi Cyrus and Dani Thorne, but I expect you to send snaps from the event Saturday as well.

This post is brought to you by Bed Head by TIGI and Her Campus Media

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Just a Taste: Museum of Ice Cream Photo Diary

Hey Merbabes! I have been dying to get into the Museum of Ice Cream for almost a year now.  I first tried (and failed) to get tickets while I was in New York for Fashion Week last September.  I actually stood outside the doors of the museum in the midst of all sprinkles, it was a sad scene.  Then, the Ice Cream Museum moved to LA and extended their dates to the time I was going to be in town, hashtag blessed.  I honestly felt the same level of joy getting Museum of Ice Cream tickets that I did when I got cheap Beyonce tickets the afternoon of her show.

The Museum of Ice Cream was pure joy.  It was a sensory overload with touch, tastes, and all the colors you could ever dream of.  It was less a museum and more a next level fun house.  I'm going to stop talking now and you can see for yourself.

If you are heading to the Museum of Ice Cream yourself, and want to be surprised stop reading now, **major spoilers ahead**.  If you didn't get tickets to the Museum of Ice Cream or you want to prepare yourself for all the sweet glory, continue on.

Me AF.

The best treat throughout the museum.  


Charcoal Cookie Dough.  I'll stick to charcoal lemonade.  

My favorite room.

My face literally the entire time. 

This makes a fabulous phone wallpaper.  


First you get a swimming pool full of Sprinkles then you dive in it. 

I'll be honest the Sprinkle Pool was a little gross, I had to really focus on not thinking about all the nasty feet and people that had been in here prior.  Honestly so worth it for the photos though.  No shame in my Insta game.  

Which room would you want to live in? Did you make it to the Museum?! Let me know in the comments below.  

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Babes in Boston: A Mini Restaurant Guide

Hey Merbabes! Last weekend I snuck off to Boston to visit my one of my favorite people in the universe.  When I was 16,  I spent the summer at Boston Ballet, so I was quite excited to go back to this cute little city.  The majority of my time outside the ballet studio was split between eating ice cream and shopping at urban outfitters, what else would 16 year old Dani do?  That being said I was excited to rediscover Boston and see what else the city has to discover.

I had a blast with my girl and also had some seriously good eats!  Aubrey and I are both vegetarian, as well as Aubrey being gluten free and myself being dairy-free (like 95% of the time).  We have a lot of restrictions between us but we both love to eat.  Dietary restrictions really don't feel like a restriction when you know the right places to go, so I am excited to share these finds with you.

I'll be honest, I never do anything without the motivation of food.  I basically booked my ticket with the intent of heading to one spot in particular, if you followed my trip on snapchat and Instagram I am sure you already know where.   Below I am sharing four of the places we went and loved, plus what I ordered for some serious dining inspo!


I recognize that I should have put the ice cream place last on the list, but it deserves to be first.  Aubrey and I went two out of the two nights I was in Boston because it was that good.  I am pretty picky about my ice cream, because I do not like to splurge on dairy unless its seriously worth it.  Fomu's ice cream is plant-based and made with coconut milk, aka its a gift from Jesus.

Day one I got F'Oreo and Peanut Butter, I highly recommend this combination.  The F'oreo is filled with huge, house made chocolate cookie chunks, to die for.  The peanut butter was (don't laugh because there is no other way to describe it) insanely peanut butter-y,  I would eat it everyday.  Day two I ordered the fresh mint chip and chocolate, the chocolate was just as good as you would expect, and the fresh mint chip was exactly that.  It tasted like real mint, not your favorite mint chip ice cream you grew up eating.  They also had ice cream sandwiches with vegan cookies, vegan brownies and more!

By Chloe:

Sorry Aub, but this is the real reason I came to visit Boston.  JK, but By Chloe is my happy place, one of my past By Chloe meals is literally the wallpaper on my laptop.  I have been multiple times to their New York location, so I was excited to check out the Boston Spot.  In case you are not already obsessed with By Chloe, here is a quick rundown: it is all vegan and all insanely delicious.  The Boston location is just as adorable as the one in NY but even bigger therefore even more cuteness.

I got my favorite guac burger and sweet potatoes fries, with a matcha of course.  I am one of those awful people who order the same thing each time they go to a restaurant but if it ain't broke don't fix it, ya feel?  Aubrey got the avocado pesto pasta made gluten free and a matcha as well.  If you go to By Chloe you have to get fries, and even more importantly you have to have the beet ketchup.  30% because it is delicious, 70% because its PINK.

Loco Taqueria:

This place was a hot destination and a little tricky to get into.  We ended up making a reservation for five people at 5 p.m., which was the only way we could get a table.  We made it work and were expecting big things of this meal.  Loco was a super cute spot and it was popping for 5 p.m.

We ordered pineapple guac and chips to start off.  The pineapple guac was seriously such a beautiful thing and something I need to recreate this summer.  Ok, I'll probably have my mom recreate it but you get the point.  For my meal I got the grilled avocado tacos (I ordered mine without crema)! I am very set in my taco ways and eat my favorite vegan mushroom tacos once a week, so I was concerned that these would not live up to my taco standards.  They did.  There was grilled avocado, brussels sprouts, and pumpkin seeds plus I added a heavy dose of lime juice.


Saturday morning was one of the best mornings I have had in a long time.  I snuck out early in the morning and made my way to Equinox for yoga.  First, I needed some breakfast because I can not function without a full breakfast.  I was quite excited when I realized that a few steps away from Equinox was Jugos, I have been wanting to try this juice spot since I was in Boston three years ago.  It was finally my time.

I grabbed a matcha con leche juice and some oats.  It was the perfect breakfast on the go, I literally sat on a bench outside (it was only about 50 degrees) and was perfectly content.  I am always down for a matcha latte, duh, and this one was perfectly packaged to take with me to yoga then to ballet class.  I always eat my oats hot, I am not a huge "overnight oats" person due to the fact they are eaten cold, but I was in oat heaven and didn't mind these cool oats one bit!  My only regret is that I didn't make it there more than once.

Where are your favorite Boston eats?

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