This weekend was fun. I stayed in Friday night. Woke up early Saturday. Grabbed a fresh cup of coffee. Knocked out a couple blog shoots Saturday morning. And wrapped up the day with my best friend watching funny movies and drinking way too much wine while talking about all the awful guys we used to date. (Yes, we have nicknames for each one too.)
I spent the first half of my Sunday in South Beach. The second half in Wynwood. Overall, a successful (and much needed) fun weekend down south…
Spending this weekend with friends from all walks of life (bloggers, besties, new friends, old friends, etc.) I have to say… I’m so lucky to be a part of this booming blogging industry and do what I love. I’m humbled by it and grateful for all the amazing opportunities it’s brought my way. The fashion… the flexibility… the creative freedom. Everything. Though, not a big blogger, I’m blessed to make this my living. And don’t take it for granted!
Sorry for the gushy-ness. Had to throw that in there!
Today I’m finally getting a chance to share this look (shot a while ago) from Alexis via Neiman Marcus. If you didn’t already know, I adore lace. And am currently having a love affair with all things pink and red (and all variations in between). Because those colors are feminine and bold and unabashed. Those colors are me.
I mean… I “like” other colors (I frequently wear blues and greens). They just don’t make the cut like pinks and reds do because they don’t suit my skin tone/hair color/penchant for all things girly. Pink and red are joyful colors. On trend for SS17. And hard to ignore.
I also love designer Alexis Barabara, who’s synonymous with luxurious South Florida living. Her designs are influenced by the beach, her travels and an effortlessly chic lifestyle. Basically, all things Style Bungalow… Her brand is delicate yet sophisticated, fashion forward and unquestionably fresh. One of my favorites. A designer I’ve featured many, many times on here.
Scroll up + click the pink links to shop today’s look! And as always, thank you for stopping by.