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I would take off from my corporate job the first day that I was able to shop the sale and make a whole day out of it! Of course, my main focus back then was shopping work wear which is why I still love incorporating it as much as possible even if my job looks a little different these days. The sale is a great time to stock up on classic work pumps, slacks and blazers! See above and below for some style inspiration. This will be my 6th year covering the sale so if you have been around for awhile then you know what to expect! I like to personally stock up on basics that I can wear all year like denim, athletic clothes and shoes.
You all really liked the in store try on session with sizing and fit information so I will be doing the same this year as soon as the sale is live! Since the sale opens up today, I am sharing my initial picks for women, men and home below! Better to be safe than sorry. Once the sale goes live, check out as fast as possible as leaving something in your basket for more than a few minutes can mean you miss out!
Like every year, Nordstrom cardholders Icon, Ambassador, and Influencer level have the opportunity to shop the sale during Early Access. The date of when you get to start shopping is determined by your Nordstrom cardholder status, which is set by your annual purchase amount. Let me start this post off with saying that if you have never visited Park City in the Summer, you are missing out! I was a little nervous about all of the outdoor activities but the weather could not have been more PERFECT and the views were just breathtaking. We were there for three days and packed our schedule with fun activities and good food.
It is small but what it lacks in size it gains in charm and hospitality! It only has 14 rooms so it reminds me of more of a bed and breakfast feel than a hotel. Speaking of breakfast, it is completely customizable and complimentary! As are the cocktails all day long. Not to mention this gem is smack dab in the middle of town so restaurants and shopping are all within walking distance! I could go on and on about this place but let the pictures talk for themselves.
Chimayo- My personal favorite meal of the trip! Everything from scallops to elk! Salt Box- Great casual and super yummy lunch spot. We stopped here on our way to hike. You can either pick up or dine in. They have gourmet sandwiches and sal so definitely more on the casual side. We paddle boarded next door after. If you are an adventure seeker yourself there is plenty of extreme activities to do for adults too.
We did the high ropes course, extreme tubing and airbag jump! We stayed for 3 hours and honestly would have loved to stay longer to plan to stay at least hours here! Great group outing. The company is very chill. We rented our boards and immediately headed out on the water to paddle around as we pleased.
Highly recommend! If I missed any must do places, please leave them in the comments below for others to enjoy! If you are headed on your own Park City adventure- have fun and safe travels! Second off, I have been a few times now and thought it was about time for an updated travel guide as their are SO many new and cute spots in town! It has quaint small town vibes but with so much to do and see! I highly suggest renting a house for the weekend. If you are heading up for a girls weekend or wanting to go in on a place with multiple people, a house is the way to go. Fredericksburg offers many cute options that make the trip so much more enjoyable than staying in a hotel.
We stayed at The Emerald Door which proved to be everything we hoped for and more! With COVID still a high risk, we wanted a space where we could spread out and not have to leave the house except for wineries and one nice dinner. Our house slept 12 plus came equipped with a huge outdoor area, corn hole, a fire pit, hot tub and a whole cupboard of games which we used the entire weekend.
The owner has several other properties found here , all with different colored front doors, that are perfect for your next girls weekend, bachelorette party, or couples retreat. I cannot say enough great things about the owner, all of her recommendations, attention to little details, and the overall house aesthetic. In fact, many of you messaged me while I was there telling me you had stayed in one of her properties as well!! Aka the reason you are probably headed to Frederickburg! While Grape Creek, Becker Vineyards and 4. Our group was too big for a tasting so we bought a few bottles and did our own tasting at one of the picnic tables.
They are known for their chardonnay and pinot but the cab was my personal fav! Augusta Vin — Talk about a little piece of California in Texas. Check out the picture below. If you can request a tasting on the second floor- highly recommend. We used Texas Wine Tours and our driver was a freaking hoot. Not to mention he brought us donuts and kolaches which came in clutch after 3 wineries if you know what I mean.
The way the winery tour works is that they handle all of your winery tasting reservations and fees in the price which is actually incredibly convenient if you have a big group especially during COVID because making reservations for big groups actually proved to be really hard when I was trying to do it! Granite House Lounge — Hot of the press! Just take my word for it. This place had only been open 3 weeks when we went and it was hip hop happenin to say the least. I also would suggest hopping on the online waitlist!
The Auslander- If you are wanting a cheap, authentic German meal, this is the place! If the weather is nice enough, there is usually a pretty good sized crowd enjoying live music and throwing back oversized beers. Sozial Haus — A quaint spot that has great pizza. Monday nights they have half price pizzas and bottles of wine. Hondos — An old spot where you will find many locals. The food is nothing extraordinary but the atmosphere is fun! Vaudeville — This is a nicer place and reservations are recommended.
Both are amazing! I have heard the restaurant is a must do if you have the time and money! While the price is a little high for thai, the portions are HUGE and easy to share. They also have sushi and steaks. They deliver too! Besides visiting wineries, there are plenty of other things to do in Fredericksburg! It is such a cute town to explore and small enough to walk most places if you are staying at a house that is close to the main strip which I highly recommend! Tasting rooms — If you are just wanting to grab a drink before dinner or do not want to drive out to the wineries, several of the vineyards have tasting rooms on the main strip.
Lincoln St. Fredericksboards — We did this one night for a happy hour at home! Highly recommend grabbing a charcuterie board from them. They are beautiful and will save you a trip to the grocery store! Yellow Door Studio — If you have already done a wine and painting class, then you know how fun they are. If you have not, now is your time! The art class is BYOB and is so much fun! I have a Frederickburg highlight saved to my Instagram with more visuals and fun happenings from our weekend but if you have any questions please feel free to comment on this post or me at itsallchictomeblog gmail.
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