Wanderful is a highly curated travel guide that includes destinations like Joshua Tree, New Orleans, Marfa, and Santa Fe.
— A Beautiful Mess
Wanderful: The Modern Bohemian’s Guide to Traveling in Style by Andi Eaton is for all you wanderlusts out there. If you follow along with Andi on Instagram, you know she’s one of the most dreamy travel and style babes out there right now. Her new book (on sale Sept. 12) is a gorgeous lookbook sure to inspire your travel bug!
— Glitter Guide
A true Renaissance woman, Eaton has used her skills to tell the world about New Orleans’ unique style and to bring the city’s most talented designers into the spotlight.
— Go NOLA Feature
 
 
Known for debuting fresh looks from some of the most talented southern designers.
— 225 Magazine
 
A Beautiful Mess
Always a muse, Andi Eaton stood out each night (of Fashion Week) with her array of edgy-and-artsy ensembles. Follow Andi’s blog for more on her fearless fashion.
— Southern Living
 
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As the fashion multi-hyphenate behind the blog Oui We, Andi Eaton may be the world’s foremost expert on New Orleans Style. We couldn’t think of anyone we’d rather have show us around the Big Easy and Andi kindly obliged with a rundown of her go-to New Orleans spots.
— Strollby.com
 
 
Some ladies seem immune to the suffocating moisture in the air - and no, they don’t wield some magical power that makes their hair and makeup stronger than ours. What’s their secret? We decided to find out. Ahead, five women from some of the United States’ most humid cities share their tips. With their advice, your look will never melt into a pile of goo again - even on a subway platform.
— Refinery 29 feature
 
 
Is fashion your passion? If so, then Andi Eaton is the one you will see making her chic way around town. The chief instigator of her fashion blog, creative director of New Orleans Fashion Week and designer of Hazel & Florange - Eaton is one to watch.
— Times Picayune / nola.com
 
While not discounting the darker side to New Orleans history, Eaton chooses to highlight the positive outcomes of the various subcultures developing amid the alluring veil of the Crescent City. New Orleans Style celebrates the contributions of all players from streetwalkers to debutants, enslaved peoples to Europeans, Cajuns, Africans and Creoles to what is often referred to as the “northernmost Caribbean city.
— NOLA VIE