Here are three looks I took with me to the Mayan Riveria last week. When I am packing for a trip, like last weeks’ to Mexico, I write down every day I’ll be there, and then I plan what I’d like to wear. Then, I take the list with me, for reference, and I look put-together every day with little effort.
Above is a Roxy cotton dress I used as a beach coverup. I like this San Diego Hat Co. hat– that I’ve had for a while, White Havianas www.havaianas.com and a new French Kande vintage cross on custom, black, sand-blasted jasper.
This was for dinner at Maroma. Cute and comfortable. It’s a Velvet, cotton-blend dress, with sequins http://velvet-tees.com/ . The back on this dress is the surprise, dipping to your waist… it is beautiful and I wore a gray, lace bra, by Cosabella. I added this lariat sterling-clad chain with large gray shell pearls, from my line.
Another, light cotton dress for beach coverup. I prefer something feminine, and comfortable for breakfast on the terrace, and then head to the beach for long walks and lounging. It’s from Roxy as well, and I wore it with an extra-long chunky sterling plated beveled chain from my line.
These I brought, to keep comfortable while eating at night on the terrace. It is very windy in the Mayan Riviera at night (and day) which keeps the temperature comfortable, as it’s in the high 80′s during the day. I hardly used this cotton crocheted bolero and the scarf by Tommy Hilfiger…but always bring a couple items like this, because if I am too cold, it ruins my evening.
I wore the triple strand of faceted Smoky Quartz necklace with FK bars in sterling plate. It’s a statement necklace that goes from day to night with ease. Don’t over-think it… just look cute… and stylish.