Happy Cinco de Mayo! I still can’t believe we’re only about a month away from summer! Just officially though, because as you can imagine living in California does come with beautiful weather most of the year… 😉
A few days ago I came back from my recent trip to Houston, Texas, so naturally, today’s post is all about that! I wanted to share with you this one particular location, just in case you’re a blogger (or a tourist) in the area and would like to have a fun photo shoot with some Houston street art!
During my trip, I was lucky enough to finally meet with one of my fellow bloggers and Insta friends – Susanne of Bag at You. She was just as kind and lovely as I imagined! Of course we couldn’t help but snap a few pictures together as well! Check out the post for more info on where to find this gorgeous photo worthy wall in Houston.
On a side note, the dress I’m wearing is (in my opinion) and absolutely summer staple. I will probably never own enough wrap dresses, I’m that obsessed! Plus come on, a plunging neckline, an of the shoulder detail and florals? I simply couldn’t resist! You can get this ASTR the Label dress at Nordstrom or here.
Before we made our way to this famous Houston wall, we actually check out another location that turned out to be a complete fail. If you ever decide to google Houston graffiti walls and end up seeing the Sugar and Cloth Color Wall, don’t go there… It doesn’t exist anymore! I was quite disappointed when I found out it’s gone, but luckily, the next location was even better and only 10 minutes away.
The Greetings From Houston wall is conveniently located near downtown, yet it’s still situated in the quiet neighborhood, so you can snap away comfortably. Me and Susanne spend probably about an hour shooting our content and we both loved how it turned out! What do you think?
Greetings from Houston wall
3602 White Oak Drive