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Samantha Wennerstrom

This weeks muse is style curator behind fashion and lifestyle blog Could I Have That? and Santa Barbara native, Samantha Wennerstrom. Sam has been a long time friend of the brand and consistently delivers lust-worthy style inspiration on her blog. If you’re looking to achieve California cool style all year long, her weekly round ups of what she is coveting are the perfect destination. The Summer 17′ collection is a perfect fit on Sam and her adorable bumby, Elin Mae.

xo Marysia

Marysia Swim is…

.… swimwear I wear and feel like the best version of myself in.

What inspired you to start Could I Have That and what do you see for its future?

I started Could I Have That? in 2009 as a creative outlet. I was working in the publishing industry in my early 20's and didn't know what I wanted to do professionally—but I did know what I wanted, hence the name. From the amazing clothes I was dreaming about to travel adventures on the horizon, I shared all the things that were inspiring me (big and small). When it became a full time job, it felt like a dream come true. We are launching a new site in the coming months so I'm really excited to debut it soon!

Best piece of advice for working moms?

Be as organized as you can and know that perfection doesn't exist. Also, know when you need a little "me" time.

What is a valuable lesson you want to teach Elin?

Compassion and courage. I want her to know that she can be strong and graceful at the same time.

What is your favorite place to travel with your family and why?

Sun Valley, Idaho. Since we live on the beach, being in the mountains is a nice change of pace. It's been a family favorite since I was a baby so it's fun to share the experience with Elin.

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