Share The Love With Everyone

Feb 7, 2019 9:38:14 AM

Valentines Gifts and Looks 2019

Share The Love With Everyone

Roses Are Red, Violets Are Blue, Here’s A Valentine’s Gift Guide For You, You & You!

Who said Valentine’s day is just for the couples? We believe that Valentine’s Day is for spreading love to all the ones you love! This might find you in a predicament because buying gifts can be overwhelming. Worry not, we’ve got you covered. We started shopping for V-Day gifts for our significant others, the little ones in our lives, parents and even close friends. Here’s the list we’ve compiled to make sharing the love a little easier.

Valentines Gifts and Looks 2019

For The Guy In Your Life:

Every guy loves sneakers, the easier to dress the better, with the KOIO Men’s Capri Perla Sneakers he will be floored! Not only are they effortlessly dressed up or down, they’re lightweight, comfortable and for that extra special touch… Handmade!

With this gift, you’ll make sure he has no excuse to miss a text or call by ensuring his phone is protected with the Bellroy iPhone XS Max - Card Phone Case

A watch is a staple gift for any gentleman. He'll love this crowd pleaser. The Shinola Canfield 43MM watch exudes timeless luxury and is a fantastic way to show your love for him. .

Valentines Gifts and Looks 2019

For The One Who Keeps It All Together… You:

Let’s face it YOU deserve it, for all the love you share you can go ahead and TREAT YOURSELF!

Functionality with personality,The O-Venture Big O Keyring will keep you from spending an eternity looking for your keys or just about anything you attach to it (O and it comes in O-ver 20 colors).

Show your V-Day spirit with the Schutz S-Boris Heel they’ll have you feeling on cloud-nine with their incredible dressability.

It may not be a diamond but it is still worthy of being your best friend. The Jennifer Zeuner Jewelry Iris Mini Gia Necklace is simple yet beautiful and super easy to pair with almost all of your favorite outfits.

Valentines Gifts and Looks 2019

For The Little Ones Running A’muck In Your Life:

Envelop your little one in warmth. The Patagonia Baby Down Sweater Jacket will do just that all while making them even more adorable!

We all know they love to jump in puddles, but no one wants to clean up the damage. keep their little feet dry with the Hunter Original Toddler Kids’ First Gloss Rain Boots, perfect for jumping in puddles.

She’ll be just as stylish as you while keeping her dry from the rainy spring days in the Ciao Milano Girls’ Tessee Rain Parka. Go for a win-win with the Peter Millar Boys’ Halifax Stripe Youth Stretch Jersey Polo. He’ll be stylish and comfy. .


These gifts are sure to say ‘Be Mine’! But there are plenty more options to shop from on our ‘Be Mine Looks and Gifts’ selection. Click on our links below to shop to your heart’s content, Happy Valentines Day from us to you!

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Posted in Mens Womens Kids Events By Fred Rodriguez


Aug 21, 2018 1:06:01 AM

Places to visit in Austin Texas

City Guide:
A Day in Austin

Austin, known as one of the music capitals in the world has long been an up and coming city in the lone star state. Home to well known food establishments and iconic landmarks, Saint Bernard employees have put together their list of favorite spots around town!

@jeffreysjosephine - 1601 Waterston, Austin 78703

We started off our day like most Austinites would, with brunch. The team behind Josephine House is responsible for some of Austin's best eats, including Lamberts and Elizabeth Street Café. Situated in a bungalow cottage with a blue exterior, and bright, white interior paired with dark hardwood flooring and an intimate marble bar. The place makes you feel like you've entered into your dream kitchen where a chef awaits to make you the brunch meal of your dreams. The place is small and quite popular so I would recommend making reservations.



2201 Barton Spring Rd, Austin

With this Texas heat, we needed to find a way to cool off and we knew the right solution. In the center of Zilker Park itself is Barton Springs Pool, a three-acre pool that is fed from an underground spring; you pay a small fee to swim. The natural watering hole is kept around 68-70 degrees, which feels just right on a scorching summer day. The pool is open daily, but closed most of Thursday for a weekly cleaning.

What To Pack Checklist:

Rayban Sunglasses for the Texas sunshine
SuperGoop Antioxidant Sunscreen
Pendleton Luxury Spa Towel to dry off
Tribeza Magazine to read while relaxing
JadeTribe bag to pack it all



@wholefoods - 525 N. Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78701

The flagship location of Whole Foods is a staple here in Austin. A healthy eaters holy grail with so many quick snack options, there is something for everyone. It’s a “must visit” during a long trek of a day. Aside from being a grocery store, Whole Foods has many stations in where you can get prepared dished. Aside from that it also includes a bakery, salad stations, hot food buffet (with vegetarian options), juice/smoothie bar and a full service bar. If you are looking for a place for options for everyone, this is your best bet!


5300 N Capital of Texas Hwy, Austin, TX 78730

As a nice getaway from the city; the Pennybacker Bridge is an iconic landmark. The climb to the top is not for everyone but the view is worth it! The rumor is out so expect a lot of traffic on the trail and be cautious and courteous to others in the limited parking situation. Comfortable shoes are a must and have your camera or phones ready because you're going to want this in your feed.



@domainnorthside - 11821 Rock Rose Ave #142, Austin, TX 78758

A family-friendly outdoor mall with stores, boutiques, restaurants and bars. You can find shops like Bonobos, Theory, Sephora and Austin favorites like Eliza Page. Not to mention an awesome store named Saint Bernard. Visitors looking for a more traditional mall-style experience with a twist should consider visiting this space.



@emmerandrye - 51 Rainey St #110, Austin, TX 78701

As we were greeted to Emmer & Rye by the staff, we knew we were in for an eventful evening. Emmer & Rye is the first contemporary American restaurant in Austin to offer dim sum service as part of the meal. You can order items directly from the circulating carts as well as a seasonally influenced menu that updates weekly. Ordering was the most difficult part because at a glance of the menu you feel overwhelmed with choices. Fortunately, you can't make a wrong move as everything that was served tasted delightful. Make your reservation now!



@churrocoaustin - 1906 S 1st St, Austin, TX 78704

There is always room for more dessert! For a couple of years now, The Churro Co. brings a Mexican classic dessert to the Austin food truck scene. These delicious churros are made to perfection but that's only half of it. Churro Co. uses the pastry as a base for creative options like “The Campfire”, a churro tossed in graham cracker sugar and topped with Mexican chocolate, whipped cream and toasted marshmallows!


Images Featuring: Mens Faherty Brand Shirts and Delicious Curros

Posted in Events By Fred Rodriguez

Welcome to Miami

Jun 25, 2018 4:06:10 PM

Miami Travels

Welcome to Miami

Known for its gorgeous white sand beaches, active nightlife and extravagant pool parties, Miami showed us a lot of other fun things it has to offer. Miami is close to most Caribbean islands that are known for crystal clear water and gorgeous beaches. Being so geographically close gives you all of those traits without having to leave the US.

A couple girlfriends and I snuck away to this Art Deco capital for a quick weekend trip and it was exactly what the doctor ordered. We stayed on South Beach which is just a short car ride over the bridge from Downtown Miami. The ride over the bridge is really breathtaking, especially at night. It is also a port for cruise ships heading to much more tropical destinations, sigh.



" It is actually called the Cruise Capital of the World and serves nearly 5 million people a year."



Nonetheless we had the best time staying on South Beach. Our hotel was a bit more funky and modern that some of the other more Art Deco spots on the strip, but boy was it beautiful. I think the more appropriate word would be “swanky”. It was so interesting to walk down the strip and see all the unique hotels and restaurants that visitors have been enjoying for so many years. There's something about all those bright pastels and fun architecture that lets you escape your daily routine and truly enjoy your vacation. Not only that, but you can get swept away in a day dream picturing yourself driving all the fancy cars the reside in Miami. They sure know how to show off!



The Shelbourne had it all. The pool, the lounge, the bar, but most importantly is was right on the beach. I mean, what else did we go for right? Although we had close access to the beach outside the hotel, one of my favorite parts was visiting Nikki Beach. Here you can rent a cabana with VIP service and soak up the sun all day long. How dreamy are these lounge beds? Sticking to the tradition of all white, I grabbed my LSpace Parker Top (available in 3 additional colors) and Monique bottoms (available in 2 additional colors) to go for a dip. My friends and I weren’t the only ones staying close to shore. SHARKK!! Just kidding, well sort of. The water was so crystal clear that we saw a few nursing sharks swimming right next to us! It’s hard not get sqeemish in that situation, but we kept it together enough to get a pretty cool video.



Left Image Featuring: Agolde Parker Swapmeet, Saylor Top and Valia Gabriel Sandals

Next to check off on the Miami bucket list was the Museum of Ice Cream. This museum gives you a serious escape from reality. Can you believe that you can swim in a pool of sprinkles? Okay, they’re plastic, but nothing will make you feel like a child more than sampling ice cream (in liquid form, mochi balls, milkshake and a classic cone) all day while truly embracing the vibrant colors and silly activities. There were 4, yes 4, levels to this modern day fun house. All rooms filled with different photo ops and more colored walls than you’ve seen in a lifetime. Popsicles hanging from the ceiling, ice cream trucks made of pink sparkly sand, and giant ice cream cone fans were just some of the fun details! My favorite part was how clever each piece of the museum was, from the ice cream inspired nicknames and banana split caution signs, it was all so thoughtful. This swing was just the cherry on top of the whole tour!



Our trip would not have been complete without visiting the urban art graffiti at Wynwood Walls. The urban art and intricate murals are not only stunning, but they have a really great story being them. “The Wynwood Walls was conceived by the renowned community revitalizer and placemaker, the late Tony Goldman in 2009. He was looking for something big to transform the warehouse district of Wynwood, and he arrived at a simple idea: “Wynwood’s large stock of warehouse buildings, all with no windows, would be my giant canvases to bring to them the greatest street art ever seen in one place.” Starting with the 25th–26th Street complex of six separate buildings, his goal was to create a center where people could gravitate to and explore, and to develop the area’s pedestrian potential.” It was some of the most interesting graffiti any of us had ever seen!

We ended the weekend at a fabulous pool party at the SLS hotel. It was beautiful! Picture private cabanas, giant swan floats, and delicious cocktails. We had a blast and it was the best way to end the weekend.

Posted in Womens By Fred Rodriguez

Packing and Traveling Tips For Mexico

Apr 27, 2018 10:35:42 AM

Womens Summer Dresses Under $150

Well Packed


First of all, let’s just say we’re not ones to hit the overly touristy locations. This time around was an exception, as we were attending a sisters wedding in Riviera Maya, Cancun.
We decided to make an adventure out of it, AND visit the not-so touristy locations in the area all while inviting some friends along.
We arrived at Cancun International early in the morning, rented a jeep and drove straight to Tulum, with a stop in Playa del Carmen for some lunch. The drive is only about an hour and half from the Cancun airport, and totally worth it to get out of the major city.


Important First Stop for Tacos & Margaritas at La Eufemia

Riding around Tulum with SALT Sunglasses and Hari Mari Sandals



DAY 1 & 2

In Tulum, we stayed in a newer development around the city center at a place called Naay Boutique Hotel. Its so new, you could still smell the fresh paint. We were only visiting for 2 days before our next location, so we wanted a central area but still easy access to the ocean. Beautiful hotel, the area was quite and affordable compared to the beach strip.
Our favorite time was renting some bicycles and cruising the downtown area, for some exploring and margaritas! The town is still very poor in some areas so it was nice to visit the people, and see the real Tulum.




" We highly suggest finding this legit low-key taco bar on Tulum’s beach strip, wether you stay on the strip or not, its a must visit with great drinks, tacos, music, and lounging. "


No Cars on the Island so We Loaded Our Herschel Bags into the Golf Cart!

Holbox Street Wall Art



DAY 3, 4 & 5

Our next stop was Isla Holbox, (pronounced Hole-Bosh), this long and narrow island lies north of the Yucatan peninsula in the state of Quintana Roo.
We had our eyes on this little slice of heaven since last year, and it finally came into fruition. We scooped up our friends and took on the 2 hour drive to Chiiquila (the city port to grab a ferry to Holbox). Upon arrival we parked our jeep in a secured lot, and loaded the ferry. Within 25 min we were on the beautiful isla known as Holbox! There are no cars on the island, everyone rides in golf carts, in order to keep the authentic character of the village where the streets are still sand and earth…
We grabbed a golf cart and loaded up our Herschel packs and took off to our new abode. For now, the main industry on the island is fishing but you can tell that the secret of Holbox has been revealed and the number of tourists coming to see what all the hype is about will only grow over the next few years. Eze likes to instantly chill in the hammocks upon arrival. Her Patagonia tee is our favorite go-to tee. Matches everything and its easy to get on and off. Plus she’s adorable in it.


Image: Marysia Newport Bikini Top & Bikini Bottom


" Moms rocking her new Marysia Swim and SALT sunnies, that red really pops against the bluish-green water! "


In several ways, the island still has that idyllic sense of paradise that was probably enjoyed in places like Tulum and even Playa del Carmen once upon a time.
Laid back with its sandy streets, golf carts galore, colorful Caribbean buildings, shells for days, and sand so fine it's texture is nearly clay. The greenish waters are a unique color making them unmistakably different from the rest in the area, filled with plankton, and pinkish-white sand. On land there's a mixing of locals, and tourists. Great Island vibes for sure!


We chilled out at Punta Mosquito during the day for some R&R. Punta Mosquito (to the east) and Punta Coco (to the west) are both fantastic beaches to spend a day or even night at in complete seclusion. We played with our new Sunnylife float, and drank coco locos all day. Heres Eze in her new Pily Q Baby Swim, which screamed IM IN MEXICO!
The downtown area was amazing, full of color, interesting shops, bars, restaurants, and it came to life at night with music, dancing, and churros! For the ladies, Holbox is where the only makeup you need is a layer of sunscreen and your footwear options ought to be limited to either sandals or bare feet. The island is very carefree and no one is going to notice if you're wearing the same shorts and bathing suit all week. Isla Holbox is where you come to escape the crowds and commercialism of Cancun and enjoy the simple life in a unique part of Mexico. Our go-to sandals are Hari Maris! They are made so well, and you can wear them with just about anything! Dad loves his Vineyard Vines shorts, because they double as swim and active shorts. From beach to dinner, no problems!
Its custom to watch the sunset in Holbox. Its some kind of magic. If you find the time, we highly suggest going in August to swim with the whale sharks, see the flamingos, and the bioluminescent at night. April seemed to be the off month for those. Oh well, were already planning our next visit during that time!


Pao Blocking Those Rays in Her Quay Sunglasses

Eze rocking her Pily-Q Swim Suit & Downing Some Coconut Water

Eze Getting That Perfect Shot With Her Sunnylife Camera

Holbox at Punta Mosquito

Bonobos Swim Trunks for the Perfect Fit!

I Brought 3 Pairs of these Vineyard Vines Breaker Shorts

Image: Sunnylife Floats, Marysia Newport Bikini Top & Bikini Bottom




Our next and final stop on our adventure was to Isla Mujeres. Its just a ferry away from Cancuns port. Translated as ‘Island of Women’. Its a very rocky island for the most part and there is a really beautiful beach on the northern side, which is called Playa Norte. It is a very touristic island, with its traditional souvenir shops and small restaurants. We chose to hit Playa Norte and then golf cart cruise the island. We discovered some great scenes.


Posted in Behind the Scenes By Fred Rodriguez


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