The Wanderful Girl
The “Wanderful Girl” is a modern bohemian. She’s a nomadic bon vivant collecting perspective and style inspiration around the globe. - from "Wanderful: The Modern Bohemian's Guide to Traveling in Style."
Meet Stephanie Triebe, a fashion and lifestyle blogger based in Los Angeles (and soon moving to Nashville!). Constantly documenting her many adventures, you can’t help but feel inspired to hit the road dressed in one of her amazing hats (she wrote a whole post about it by the way). This cactus and wildflower lover creates a boho western feel mixed in with a little desert landscape in the background, creating that kind of magical imagery we love getting lost in.
Interview: Stephanie Triebe
Susanna for Oui We: Your love for fashion and mixing styles clearly shows through your blog. What’s one of your favorite “go to” outfits?
Stephanie: Mixing styles really helps make an outfit for me. It's a constant inspiration to push the limits of fashion. My all time favorite “go to” outfit right now is my black panama hat, an oversized t-shirt, my busted knee jeans, and my western style ankle boots for sure!
OW: Your style is enviable! Where are some of your favorite places to shop?
ST: My favorite places to shop are Free People, Urban Outfitters, Madewell, and ROOLEE. These are always my go to! I also love to go to flea markets because I can grab some unique staple pieces!
OW: What are 5 must have wardrobe items you would recommend to our readers?
ST: The 5 things I can't live without in my wardrobe that I recommend is a great panama hat, ankle boots that can dress up any outfit, a great pair of jeans, a denim jacket, and of course- an amazing oversized t-shirt for tucking in!
OW: What’s the most daring fashion choice you’ve ever made and loved it?
ST: I bought myself a brown suede bomber jacket and it was the best decision. I'm not really a suede girl, but this jacket has made so many of my outfits pop. I still wear it to this day!
OW: A fashion trend you tried and hated?
ST: Birkenstocks with the lace socks. I felt like I could do it but I honestly just hated it and I’m so glad it has come and gone.
OW: You said you like to mix fashion trends from the past with more modern trends...what would you say is your favorite style decade to grab from?
ST: I would say 100% from the 70's and early 80's! That era was so freeing and they really brought that floral print and fringe to life! Not to mention my girl Stevie Nicks killed the style game!
OW: What’s one clothing item you always take with you on your travels?
ST: I actually take two things! My hat and my denim jacket! I feel it makes my outfit stylish without much effort. Especially when I have to pack light!
OW: You have the whole day to yourself, no work, what do you do?
ST: Most of the time I am out scouting some awesome places for my next shoot. If I'm not doing that, I'm at Disneyland!
OW: You have some exciting changes coming up, what drew you to Nashville?
ST: Oh man, Nashville is just a gem of a city. We love how it's a growing city and small businesses thrive here. They have everything I could want: great scenery, seasons, beautiful destinations, and food. Lots and lots of food!
Favorite camera for photos?
Right now I am using my Sony Alpha 6000! It's a small camera that is great for on the go!
Favorite filter for Instagram edits?
My go to would be "cascade" from the app "Afterlight". It gives a great pop to colors, especially in nature! My other go to is the "Minimalist" package in VSCO!
Favorite coffee drink?
An amazing lavender latte!
Favorite piece of art you own?
My favorite piece of art I have is a cactus print from the lovely @_studiorose_! She is a local artist based out of Nashville and she has beautiful pieces!
Favorite dish your mom (or grandma) cooks?
Greenbean casserole! I look forward to Thanksgiving every year!
Two favorite apps?
Liketoknowit because it lets me shop my favorite style influencers wardrobe! My other is Pinterest because it lets me pin a dream home without buying! (Haha!)
Last favorite book you read?
I'm honestly not a big reader. The last book I did finish was The Hunger Games series a few years back and I loved it!
Favorite piece of advice you've ever received?
I would say the best piece of advice I ever received was about control. This person told me that when you decide to take control of what you actually can control in life, the things that you once tried to control will have already fallen into place one way or another.
Well that's some advice, and some style we can get behind. Thanks Stephanie for joining us!
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