Let me explain something. Sometimes I don’t want to wash my hair. Meaning 96% of the time. I don’t wash it very often since I spend a lot of my time in the gym. No point in washing my hair so I can workout, then work from home in my pajamas and smell like steak, then just workout the next morning. Get my point? So once I got to California, I washed my hair once and that was it. But my hair gets disgusting after one day, so I wore a hat the entire time until my last night. The last night I used as much hair spray as possible to keep the hair from looking less greasy. It didn’t work.

Moving on.

The first night in San Diego, I grabbed some dinner solo on a cute little patio. Usually I would only wear workout clothes when heading to dinner by myself, but I REALLY needed to wash my hair, so I wore real people clothes. Boyfriend jeans were a must. And I am obsessed with this solar necklace from Miranda Frye! If you’re into this necklace, be sure to check my instagram later today, I’ll be giving away one!!

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{ White Tank Top I found at the Buffalo Exchange for $10 – Similar tank from Lulu’s here (check out the back in the link, best part) | Vigoss Boyfriend Jeans from Nordstrom for $58.00 | Miranda Frye Solar Necklace for $76.00 | Stud purse on sale years ago at Urban Outfitters – similar one here  | Charcoal wool panama hat from Sole Society for $50 | Flat Sandals from Inspyre Boutique by  | Miranda Frye Twilight Ring Stack for $42 | Leaf Bracelet from World Market for $10 – similar one here }

Second day in San Diego meant wearing the same hat, duh, and comfy clothes and shoes since I would be outside running around and being sweaty. Best shorts ever to wear all day.

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{ White Sheer Tank with gold sequins found at The Buffalo Exchange for $15 | Jean Shorts: American Eagle for $40 (I had to get a bigger size to fit my legs and altered the waist – FYI to anyone who has trouble finding shorts) | Charcoal wool panama hat from Sole Society for $50 | Sandals from Steve Madden found at DSW for $45 | Inspyre Boutique Necklace for $15 }

The third day in San Diego meant shopping, eating and more eating. So I started the first part of the day in comfy shoes, yet again, my favorite maxi dress, and my hat. Duh. This dress hugs the curves perfectly without saying “Oh hey cellulite!” It’s wonderful.

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{ Black Racerback Maxi Dress by Susana Monaco found at Chelsea Boutique for $195 | Charcoal wool panama hat from Sole Society for $50 | Leaf Bracelet from World Market for $10 – similar one here | Anchor Me Bracelet for $30 }

Last outfit was my night-out outfit for San Diego. No way in hell was I wearing a short skirt and wedges all day, so I used this outfit only for dinner and drinks only. It’s really only comfortable for a max of 4 hours, let’s be real.

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{ White tank from Inspyre Boutique for $30 | Breaking Point Asymmetrical Navy Blue Skirt by Lulu’s for $27 | Belt from Inspyre Boutique for $25 | Roll Along Sea Green Clutch from Lulu’s for $29 | Turquoise drop stone necklace found at Inspyre Boutiquesimilar one from Stitch and Stone for $32 | Brown wedges: Steve Madden (on sale for $63.00) | Anchor Me Bracelet for $30 | Miranda Frye Twilight Ring Stack for $42 }

Don’t forget to check out my instagram for a flash giveaway today (Friday) with Miranda Frye Jewelry!! AND  use the discount code ‘paleomg’ for 20% off your order (from this Friday August 29th-Friday September 5th)!! Grab some stackable rings and necklaces just like the ones in this post!