Besides the tiny detail that when driving in Cayman, you must do as the English do, which, after 7 days I still couldn't master, the island was as close to paradise as it gets. Wonderful food, gorgeous sunsets, psychedelic houses, nice people, and funny accents galore.. what else can you ask. I for my part managed to get a tan that might last for the entire summer and I also got to see the house where I lived for those two years of my childhood. Nothing like reminiscing on times you don't really remember. One more thing I can scratch of my bucket list! Before I lose you to another blogger, let me get to the good part:
Look 1: Dress- ASOS skirt worn as dress, Necklace- Jewelmint, Bracelets- Peru, F21, Panama, Sandals- LF
Look 2: Top- H&M, Bottom- Zara, Necklace- J.Crew, Sunglasses- BCBG
My best look yet- Courtesy of Victoria Secret and Captain Marvin's
Look 3: Top- F21, Skirt- American Apparel, Shoes- ALDO, Hanbag- Cambridge Satchel, Earrings- Tara Chial, Ring- Kenneth Jay Lane, Bracelet- David Yurman, Sunglasses- BCBG
I found this bandana in my mom's bag. I am sure she's been reading the mags and wanted to rock her 80's fashion. I am giving her points for embracing 'vintage' accessories!
Look 4: Top- H&M, Skirt- Brandy Melville, Belt- H&M, Sandals- Coconuts, Necklace- Nepal, Rings- Peru and Mexico, Sunglasses- BCBG
PS-This pictures were not saturated for intense colors, that is how the water looks everyday...