Exploring the empty streets of Espanola Way in South Beach, Miami. Loving this super comfortable and fitted green dress. I’m usually one to stick to naturals and black when it comes to dresses. But I find myself reaching for more basic colors, I find basics and solids mean they will have a longer life in my wardrobe. I’ve foundFemme Luxe is a great place for basic dresses and pieces, at an affordable price. I’m all about dressing cute and looking like a million bucks, without having to spend it, which is why I also love browsing ShuShop Shoes for affordable and tredy styled heels.
Another night in New York for New York Fashion Week. More amazing designers and more amazing food and wine! These boots were most definitely the show stopper of my look for this nights shows. Finding thigh high boots, that are actually thigh high on me, are a bit of a struggle, as I am 5 11′ and my legs are a bit longer than the average gal. Needless to say, I was one happy camper when I saw these maroon babes while shopping in SoHo. And once again, with a Lilac and Lilies favorite dress. This single strapped, suede material dress was a show stopper!
Another great spot, not vegan, but a really cool atmosphere restaurant is Cipriani. The Hadid sisters were dining in Cipriani Downtown with us this same night, a celebrity favorite.
I always love how each major city has their own little foreign pockets. Take, for example, Little Italy in New York or China Town in San Fransisco. And here in Miami Beach, we have Española Way. Our little Spanish quarter in the middle of the hustle and bustle.
With the amazing Spanish restaurants, foreign music and Spain’s architecture, it’s like we took a trip back to Spain.
Española Way is definitely one of my favorite little spots in Miami Beach, and a great place to visit if you’re ever this way! Or if you’re just looking for a delicious Nutella filled croissant.
Española Way, in Miami Beach, has always been one of my favorite little spots to visit. The pink walls, hidden corridors and Spanish music, really make it feel like you’ve travelled to Europe!
And what better way to experience it, than with a little staycation at the El Paseo hotel! Right in the hustle and bustle, with the cutest little balconies and coffee room, it made for the perfect spot!
A cute little greeting, some yummy biscotti, a fresh cup of coffee, and I felt right at home!
I’ve always been one for dainty and simple jewelry, the gaudy and large pieces never caught my eye. And I’ve found the perfect company that has me covered, from rings to bracelets and necklaces, everything I would want in one place! Here are a few of my favorite pieces that would go well with any outfit!
One of the great things about living in Florida, despite all of the natural disasters mother earth has been bestowing on us, is the fact that we can enjoy a sunny beach day even in the middle of November. That being said, the swimsuit shopping is never over. And these two suits are such a crazy bargain, I could not pass up the deal.
Found my new favorite bikini color, yellow! Absolutely in love with the fit of this bikini. It can sometimes be a bit of a risk to get bikinis from a company who doesn’t specialize in bikinis. But I’m absolutely thrilled with this one from Romwe and will definitely be purchasing more and saving a lot.
I’m also loving their retro styled sweaters, it may still be blazing hot here in Miami, but it’s never too early to stock up on some cute sweaters.
Once again I've had the pleasure of walking for the amazing Lila Nikole. She released her new 2018 designs at no better place than Swim Week Miami. And she had even expanded to men's wear and mommy & me suits!
Of course I had to share some memorable images from the show.
Last night I was lucky enough to see Sports Illustrated new girls walk the runway at The W Hotel in South Beach.
And shortly after, I skipped across the street to the Funkshion tent to watch some amazing new designers walk their new collection on the runway. And ran into the lovely Lila Nikole, who I'll be walking for this Saturday.