Fall in the Desert (Part I)

October 13, 2014

The ParkerNothing beats a getaway to Palm Springs in October. It’s by far my favorite time of year to jet out for a long weekend of sunshine and R&R—the weather is perfect, the crowd is minimal and there’s something undeniably perfect about the light and mood. With this being our last month just the two of us before baby comes we decided to escape our daily grind and soak in this sweet time. Our first stop was to the classic Parker Palm Springs, a place I’ve visited many times but never actually checked into. I loved every moment of our two-night stay and am still gushing over the decor that is quintessential Palm Springs—oh and I want an orange front door now. Here’s a peek at some highlights from our stay. 
Samantha WennerstromParker Palm Springs
{ Giant tangerine colored doors at the entrance. }
Parker Palm Springs
Parker Palm Springs{ Tons of vintage shots I could not get enough of. }Parker Palm Springs{ Relaxing in sun at at the bocce ball courts. Tart dress, Gladys Tamez wren hat, Celine sunglasses (similar). }Parker Palm Springs{ Norma’s, home to the best donut holes and crunchy french toast. }Parker Palm SpringsParker Palm SpringsParker Palm SpringsBringing Up Bebe{ A book that was too perfect to devour during our stay—Bringing up Bebe. }Parker Palm Springs{ An easy cover up from Eberjey that flattered the bump. Cover up in a different print here, Loeffler Randall Rider bag, Gladys Tamez hat, Celine sunglasses (similar). }Parker Palm Springs 35 Week Bump{ My 35 week bump! Bikini by LSpace, Valia Gabriel sandals. }Parker Palm SpringsParker Palm Springs Parker Palm Springs{ A favorite lip shade, Audrey by Nars, to go with my tan. }Parker Palm Springs{ Completely obsessed with these chairs that I will hunt down some day. } 

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