Spring Wallflower Jeans Box | Lake Havasu

Sorry for being MIA the past month! Between traveling to New York for some networking last month and working on some freelance projects, life has been quite inconsistent. I couldn’t think of a better way to get back into the blogging routine than with an ultra Springy post in Lake Havasu with some of my new Wallflower Jeans items from the spring box they sent me.

In case you’re not familiar, Lake Havasu is spring break central for students all across the country. It honestly doesn’t even feel like Arizona. With palm trees, a lake, restaurants and bars galore and plenty of boats zipping by, it feels more like California for sure. It’s a nice little getaway for some sun and water.

And thanks to Wallflower Jeans, I had the perfect three-quarter sleeve top to wear for the day with my favorite high waisted denim shorts from Abercrombie & Fitch. I paired the bell sleeve top with a suede choker from Wallflower, which is a nice update from the black ones I wore for winter. This is my first bell sleeve top that I’ve owned, and I have to say that now I want MORE. They’re breezy and super flattering.

Where are you wearing your Wallflower Jeans this spring? Scroll down below to see how I styled mine and where to go in Lake Havasu!

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Where to eat: 

I had a massive Mexican fiesta at Javelina Cantina complete with an out-of-this-world Tie Dye Margarita that was 26 ounces. Yes, you read that correctly. Someone from another table even came up to me to ask what in the world I was drinking because it is THAT intriguing. Plus, it’s right by the water so you can watch all the crazy people on the lake while you enjoy your tacos.

Another must is Makai for breakfast. The Hawaiian themed cafe is casual and also offers outside dining right by the lake. They serve up everything from crepes to eggs benedict.

And of course, Lake Havasu is famous for the London Bridge, which is actually from London!

If you discover any other gems in Havasu, sound off below.

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