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Blogger Nihan wearing gray Floppy Hat, ripped jeans and Topshop Duffel Bag while visiting Hearst Castle

Blogger Nihan posing and showing her outfit while visiting Hearst Castle

Floppy Hat: Calvin Klein, Top: H&M (sold out), Jeans: Amerigan Eagle, Duffel Bag: Topshop (sold out, similar HERE!), Shoes: JustFab, Necklace: H&M (sold out), Gold Cuff: For21, Rings: Topshop and For21

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Blogger Nihan wearing black H&M top and tiger necklace while visiting Hearst Castle

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Second stop of our mini road trip was Hearst Castle. According to my research, the story of this castle began in 1865, when George Hearst purchased 40,000 acres of ranch land in San Simeon. His son inherited what had grown to more than 250,000 acres, and wanted to transform it into a retreat he called La Cuesta Encantada—Spanish for “Enchanted Hill.” By 1947, William Hearst and architect Julia Morgan, (the first woman licensed architect in California) had created Hearst Castle: 165 rooms and 127 acres of gardens, terraces, pools and walkways, and a legendary art collection that belongs to the family.

Art, history, architecture and design inspire me.  This is where the inspiration for my Hearst Castle outfit comes from 🙂

Casa Grande in Hearst Castle

Smiling girl in Hearst Castle

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Neptune Pool in Hearst Castle

Unfortunately the Neptune Pool was empty due to the drought in California. What a bummer! I was really excited to see this pool filled with water.

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nihan and ricardo

 

Photos by Ricardo Gonzalez and me


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