Since we might be leaving Utah soon, we had to check glamping in Moab off our adventure list. We saw the arches by day and slept in teepees by night at our new favorite camp ground, Moab Under Canvas. We felt like Indian princesses. The average teepee has four cots inside and they provide pillows and sleeping bags. It was quite the cozy sleepover. If you're not familiar with glamping, it's glamorized camping, and all you need to bring are clothes and a toothbrush. There are yoga classes, nice amenities, and Arches National Park is just minutes away. During our weekend in Moab, we hiked Delicate Arch, Landscape and Corona. Our night hike to Turret Arch proved to be worth it just to see the stars and we even found a mini rave with multicolored lights and bongo music in the desert. And to top off the night we had delicious homemade hobo dinner and of course s'mores. Since we're desert obsessed gypsies, we had to take advantage of the magical western environment and take some cool pics. And what better brand to pull off this bohemian desert shoot than Free People. We not only love the Free People style, but we have also had the easiest time finding dresses that meet our modesty standards. These photos were taken by freelance photographer Casey Cluff and you can find his contact information here. The next time your heart needs a good old fashioned adventure, we highly recommend Moab Under Canvas.
Savannah: Dress - Free People, Shoes - Vintage, Necklace - Vintage, Hat - Urban Outfitters
Mia: Dress - Free People, Shoes - Jeffrey Campbell, Necklace - Urban Outfitters