I can’t tell you how excited I was when Fashom reached out to me asking to shoot this little clip. It was a much needed breather back into the fashion realm after weeks of space, unpacking, painting and lots of cardboard boxes. It was also my first video in a LONG time! I thought it would be fun to share some fun facts, tidbits and Easter eggs that you can find in the original 22 second clip of my video that I submitted.
These past few weeks have been absolutely crazy, unknown and has honestly felt like an entire year has passed us by. I hope everyone is staying safe, home and healthy. It’s about time that I fill you in on what I’ve been up to during the pandemic… I bought my first home!
One of my biggest packing tips might seem a little odd for sailing off in the Caribbean… Bring a hoodie! Not for island adventures of course but for the Dive In Movies late at night on deck! Sharing all about the Dive In process and my traditions for those nights.
I have a bit of a confession to make, or another change that has happened recently. I am no longer a vegetarian. Yes, you read that right. So, here is a bit of an update on how I got to that point and back again which all started with bacon 18 years later.
It’s been a while since I’ve shared a little black dress (LBD) on the blog, and the reason is a bit simple. I was in desperate need of some LBD options in my closet, I hadn’t bought any in a long time. The moment that I saw this one pop up on Main Street Dresser I couldn’t have ordered it fast enough.
Panama Canal is officially the southern most point that I have sailed to, and let me tell you that day was a journey on it’s own. This destination was the reason why I went on my specific cruise this year and I now have the honor of saying that I’ve done it twice. All the way through, turned around and came back again.
I can’t tell you how many compliments I got on this banana leaf pink swimsuit last month. It doesn’t help that I wore my palm leaf kimono over it and showed up on deck commanding attention the second I stepped out of the elevator. The suit quickly became one of my favorites and I couldn’t wait to share it with you.
I was pleased as punch the moment that I stepped ashore in Aruba. It’s been one of my favorites from the beginning and I couldn’t wait to explore it further. I did something a bit out of the norm and booked a tour through Carnival that gave a tour of the island. Normally, because I am so comfortable on that island I would have just hired a local and saved quite a bit of money. The tour did not disappoint and gave me an insight to the island that I didn’t quite see before.
What does this girl wear to spend a day touring a desert? Apparently, a maxi sundress and flip flops! Let’s be real, when it comes to the warmer temps I am always wearing a sundress. Prior to my trip I had a blast ordering dresses from Main Street Dresser. When I came across this maxi I knew I needed it in both colors, pink and blue! Let me tell you, it did not disappoint.
Miss Me? I’ve been a bit busy sailing the Caribbean sea these last couple of weeks. I managed to work my fins off right until it was time to sail out, so it was a much needed break. Where have I been? Well, this year’s vacation was a 14 day cruise and a partial Panama transit!