Vacay Way

Last week we took a little vacation to the southeast, starting with a few days in the old, quaint town of St. Augustine, FL. I had been there once before during college and had such simple, joyful memories of it that I couldn’t wait to go back and bring the hubby this time. There’s a sense of history and charm that’s so fun to explore with no particular agenda. It’s filled with cute cobblestone backstreets that make you feel like you’ve stepped into a tiny coastal town in Spain.

On our first morning there, we were anxious to head out for a Cuban breakfast of pork, eggs and café con leche, so I reached for my skull tee and the rest followed suit without any hemming or hawing. The outfit ended up combining the perfect mix of elements that fit right into the St. Augustine vibe – part pirate, part small town lady, and part explorer. Limited packing space sometimes makes for the easiest fashion choices, and that’s how vacation should be.

Zara top and pants, HRH Collection necklace, Prada sunglasses, hat from a random store on Venice Beach (similar), Cole Haan sandals (similar), Michael Kors watch, gel manicure c/o Bellacures, Bracelets: J.Crew, H&M, vintage
Photos by Ian Sheppard


  1. Great blouse.

    $100 Shopbop GIVEAWAY

    Love the entire thing, but especially the sandals!!! I’m on the hunt for cute ones like that!

  3. love the laidback feel of this look – stylish and perf for vaca! x

  4. Love your style, I came across your Blog after you were featured on the Glitter Guiide. It appears your not afraid of color, everyone needs to incormporate color into their wardrobe, color is life.

  5. Love the tee! I don’t have nearly enough good graphic tees. Sounds like you’re having way too much fun!! Enjoy!

    Rebecca (hearts)…

  6. I’m kind of obsessed with your blog. <3

    OK totally overwhelmed here!! Loved your feature on Glitter Guide today so had to come check out your blog — it is sooooo fabulous!! I have a serious jewelry problem and am wondering where your vanity furniture is from? I’m seriously challenged when it comes to keeping jewelry organized.

  8. Nothing against the article, but I disagree with a couple of points to some extenct. I’m probably a minority though, lol. Thanks for sharing it on .

  9. I just found your blog, through the Glitter Guide and I have to say it feels like a nice place to hangout.

  10. I just found your blog via The Glitter Guide and am so happy I stumbled upon it! I live in Ponte Vedra, a town just outside of St. Augustine – I hope you ate at The Columbia and stopped Booma antiques while you were visiting!