Adrian Foster’s wrap pieces are minimalist items that pack a big bang. Without being over designed, the items he creates are timeless, classic, and you are guaranteed to garner a compliment or two every single time you wear one. These wrap shorts are no different – from the streets Read More
I spotted this orchid mural while driving along the Gandy in St. Pete and had to have a picture in front of it. By now, you should know that I am a huge fan of murals. What you probably do not know, Read More
The warm weather has taken me outdoors to explore new places, old houses, and paddle boarding. I paid a trip to the Ca’ d’Zan in Sarasota a few weekends ago. The Ca’ d’Zan is the mansion that the owners of the Ringling circus called home during the winter months. It is a Mediterranean Revival mansion directly on the water which allows it to enjoy fabulous breezes and has some of the prettiest stained glass windows I have ever seen on a house.
The estate is now home to the Ringling Circus Museum which has displays that are equally as fascinating as they are haunting. The costumes definitely yelled at me and I spent quite a bit of time perusing their construction. There was a gigantic to-scale model of what the set up of the circus would have been back in the day as it traveled around the country – talk about attention to detail on some of those pieces!
I have long been a sucker for print mixing. When I see a fashion blogger get it done and done right it makes me want to try to achieve it myself. I’ve always found myself attracted to the floral on stripe combos so I figured that was the best way to play it safe while trying to have the courage to mix prints.
This outfit is little more special to me because the stripe cover up number is actually done by yours truly, and will one day hopefully be a part of a with love from Guyana line. I intended for it to be a beach cover but realized it worked really well as a light spring/summer piece as well. Read More
I’ve had my eye on the Nikki dress by Martine’s Dream for quite some time. It looks like the quintessential, flowy, tropical, vacation sundress and oh, I am a lover of sundresses. I had a pretty tough time choosing between the green and the yellow.s Lately, the weather has been perfect for sundresses and since I snagged the Nikki dress I just had to put it on while walking around downtown St. Petersburg a few weekends ago.
I really like the artsy vibe of St. Pete. There are so many makers and creative souls scattered across the city and you can tell from just driving around because of the various sculptures and murals that you will pass. This mural has been my favorite since I moved across the bridge.