Enjoy complimentary shipping on orders over $195

Moroccan Holiday

Moroccan Holiday

Last week my husband and I ventured to Morocco - one of my favorite places in the world and a plan that we'd had pre-pandemic. It was such a thrill to enjoy this adventure together and indulge in a touch of exotic travel & inspiration. 

We flew via Madrid to Marrakech and voyaged up to the Atlas mountains (about an hour's drive).  We stayed at the exquisite Kasbah Tamadot and slept in the most beautiful Berber-style tent with panoramic views of the ruggedly gorgeous Atlas mountains - think the freshest air and views of snow capped peaks in the distance. During our stay, we reveled in the the glorious property - owned by Sir Richard Branson - enjoying the pool, the grounds and the delicious restaurant.  Our favorite part though was spending the day in a nearby Berber village where we discovered the local artisans weaving textiles, creating pottery and we even cooked a meal with a local family. (It happened to be the most delicious tagine of the trip!) Thank you to Jolie (@journeysbyjolie) for planning & arranging.

After two nights at Kasbah Tamadot, we headed to Marrakech and stayed at Amanjena - a place I had been eyeing for a while.  Aman's property in Marrakech, the Amanjena was sleek & serene and a total treat.  We also stopped by the iconic La Mamounia where I've stayed during previous trips and had a wonderful dinner at the Royal Mansour. And, of course explored the Medina and found a bounty of treasure we lugged home (!)

Marrakech is a place that always inspires and I hope you enjoy some of our trip highlights below. xx

Kasbah Tamadot 

The entry at Sir Richard Branson's Moroccan hideaway - Kasbah Tamadot.
Tea offering - the truest form of a Berber welcome.
Our tented room à la berbère with panoramic views of the Atlas Mountains.
A serene pool inside the riad at Kasbah Tamadot.
Wearing our new Striped Serena Dress.
The stunning pool framed by snow capped peaks.

A day with the Berbers

A wonderfully warm Berber family invited us into their home and cooked for us.
Berber textiles.
Local pottery - some of which I took home!
Bold Berber jewels in vibrant colors.


Stunningly sleek and zen - the Amanjena was utter luxury.
Off to dinner in a Tory Burch caftan and our Tamarin Triple Earrings.

The Medina & Old World Marrakech

At the entrance of the iconic La Mamounia with Naveen - a sumptuous hotel dating back to 1923 and one of Winston Churchill's all time favorites in the world. 
At the Mamounia gardens wearing one of our new dresses which will launch in May.
Beautiful textiles in the souk.
Clutch inspiration for future collections!
The most glorious ceiling within an antiques store in the souk.
Carved to perfection: wood & mother of pearl inlay.
The breathtaking ceiling and arches at the Royal Mansour.
Dinner at the Royal Mansour - owned by King Mohammed VI of Morocco -  is one of those other worldly experiences of utter elegance & glamour.