Guest Blog | Cabin Style at the Dell Prairie A-frame with Moody Cabin Girl

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Guest Blog | Cabin Style at the Dell Prairie A-frame with Moody Cabin Girl


Gina is a long time member of our Merry Community, she's a passionate promoter Midwest cabin culture on her website Moody Cabin Girl. With Winter arriving here in Australia, we've asked Gina to share her summer adventures to bring some extra sunshine to your day.

 

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Words by Gina Marie

I spent a dreamy weekend at the Dell Prairie A-frame just outside of downtown Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. The rental is located on a secluded piece of land surrounded by trees. When I first pulled up to the property I was greeted by the chalet portion of the house. Inviting string lights seemed to dance along the sprawling upper deck as I drove around back. There I found the a-frame side of the house with its bright blue and yellow exterior.

When my twin sister Jamie and I brought in our bags I was glad we’d worn our Merry People Bobbi Boots. These boots go with everything. For the road trip to the cabin we’d worn leggings for comfort. The shoes were the perfect accessory for this ensemble.

The cabin had three levels: a main floor, a loft, and basement. The owners have a great sense of style and have added many special touches to the decor. From the light fixtures to the artwork hanging on the walls, you can tell how much they care.

Later that day I spruced myself up and got ready to spend time outside roasting marshmallows and playing yard games with Jamie. I wore a black sundress with a blue jean jacket. I knew my Bobbi boots would look just as great with this outfit as they had with yoga pants. Jamie stayed casual in black leggings and blue jean jacket combo.

The next day before we headed to town I spent time in the hammock. My outfit for the morning was mom jeans and a t-shirt. It was no surprise to me that my boots looked awesome with my jeans. I can wear them with pretty much anything!

After my hammock session, we spent the day in town buying souvenirs and walking the Wisconsin Dells riverfront. For a long day spent wandering, my feet felt great. The boots were comfortable and provide much needed support.

 

 

Before I knew it, the weekend was over and I was headed back to Michigan. I had a fun-filled time at the chalet, and stayed stylish in my Merry People boots.

Read more about Gina's adventures at Moody Cabin Girl

 

 

 

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