Lietrra and Chrissy wearing Wild Cloud necklaces and bracelets.

Hey Chrissettes!

If you’ve been following me on the Instagram, you may have noticed I’ve collaborated with a pretty cool boho jewelry line called Wild Cloud.

I’m really excited to be sharing this fun post with you this weekend, especially since I had been meaning to for a while now, but life happens, right? As the saying goes, “better late than never” – a philosophy I follow today.

WHO AND WHAT IS WILD CLOUD?

Run by founder and local creative Victoria, she created the ethical boho jewelry and home decor brand by combining three of her biggest passions: summer, nature, and wanderlust. On the shop’s website, she even mentioned how these three traits are the building blocks for Wild Cloud:

“Summer

Sunshine, ocean breeze, late nights, those are some of my favorite things. How can I incorporate summer vibes in jewelry to be able to wear it year round? That’s how the first idea of the braided bracelets came up. You can keep them all the time or remove it when you wish.

Nature

The roughness of the wood, the eternal beauty of flowers & landscapes inspire me every time I immerse in it. I wanted to showcase those stunning color combination onto jewelry and home décor. For example, the braid’s tones are picked from different scenery I visited.

Wanderlust

Travelling make you feel so alive and happy. Meeting new culture, discover breathtaking monuments + landscape and most importantly getting out of your comfort zone, are what life is all about.”

She hopes that Wild Cloud will remind people that life is an adventure and to enjoy every minute of it.

Chrissy, Bonnie, and Lietrra wearing Wild Cloud jewelry.

WHAT IS IT MADE OF & WHERE CAN I BUY?

According to the Wild Cloud website, she uses bamboo for her wooden pieces. As for jewelry, she uses brass chains, titanium and stainless steel backings (earrings), genuine crystals, and cotton for the braided bracelets.

Wild Cloud is currently sold in the following San Diego locations:

Aside from that, you can also purchase straight off the website.

Visit Wild Cloud here.

Chrissy and Bonnie wearing Wild Cloud jewelry.

THE COLLAB

Located at one of my favorite hotels, the Lafayette, I had the opportunity to model the line alongside some pretty incredible women. Leitrra, the macrame artist behind Uttudesign, and Bonnie, a head stylist for Stella & Dot. If that company sounds pretty familiar, it’s because I’ve blogged about the company before.

If you’re interested, check them out below!

Going back to the main topic, this photoshoot was a lot of fun, especially style-wise. In my wardrobe, I don’t own very many bohemian pieces. Maybe just the occasional floral print pant, but that’s pretty much it.

But luckily, I was able to give it a try that day thanks to Leitrra (far right in the photos below), who is definitely a boho kind of gal. As you can tell by the photos so far, the outfits I wore were all so much fun to wear! (It makes me want to wear more cropped tops, too!)

Bonnie, Chrissy, and Lietrra wearing Wild Cloud necklaces.

Special thanks to Erica Mason for my super cool space buns, Lisa Leedy for makeup, and Bronwyn Photography for capturing all of these moments.

JUST ONE MORE SURPRISE….

Chrissy wears a Larobe sunflower tee.

Chrissy and Lietrra wearing Larobe tees.

Check Leitrra and I out in some amazing embroidered tees by Larobe, yet another amazing local brand. The tees are super comfy and are definitely one-of-a-kind with its unique, vintage embroidery.

Visit Larobe here.

Would you shop at Wild Cloud? Leave me your thoughts below!

24 thoughts on “Wild Cloud at the Lafayette Hotel”

  1. Your coordinating outfits are so cool, love the lace crop top you have and the space bun hair is def super cool as well. Hope you have a great week!

    xo Sheree
    Posh Classy Mom

  2. So cute! I can’t beleive I’ve never heard of Wild Cloud jewelry! You did a fabulous job of presenting it! Love the tee-shirt!
    xx,
    Christine

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