Karen Klopp is a co-founder of What2WearWhere.com, a blog that simplifies dressing for today’s busy women. “We take the guess work out of dressing, the legwork out of shopping, and the panic out of packing.” From the queries on the site came the book, “Packing for Travel, From Jet Set to Trek Set the Definitive Globe Trotting Guide”. Karen is a contributor to Huffington Post, Equestrian Lifestyle, and with her partner, Hilary Dick, writes a regular column for New York Social Diary. She resides in New York City and on a horse farm in the Millbrook countryside. With a backdrop of Manhattan and a background as a writer, documentary film producer, life-long conservationist, traveler, board member for various organizations, chair of countless events and wife and mother of three, Karen has participated in almost every kind of event that a woman experiences in her life. It’s with all this fabulous practice that she founded What2WearWhere to save today’s busy women their precious time by eliminating the stress of dressing for life’s events and travel!
Trevor Zoo at Millbrook School
"It is a step back in time, with its admission honor system. The “zooies” from the school volunteer to help with the breeding and care of endangered species. You will never know what sort of wildlife you will come across there - over a hundred species."
Pine Plains, NY
"If we are feeling up for a little vigor, a hike up Stissing Mountain is on the agenda. There is access off of Route 82, turn west at the firehouse and follow the road around until you see a path and pull off for parking. It is not a long hike and you are rewarded on top to a climb up the fire tower with 360 degree views the Berkshires to the east and the Catskills to the west."
Millbrook Farmers Market
"Stroll in the village of Millbrook and Franklin Street with its Saturday Farmer’s Market."
Upstate New York by
“It is a step back in time, with its admission honor system. The “zooies” from the school volunteer to help with the breeding and care of endangered species. You will never know what sort of wildlife you will come across there – over a hundred species.”