Lately, I have been ditching high heels for more comfortable shoes. Truth is, my feet have been thanking me for it. On top of that, fashion has been giving us a little break, athleisure was so big a few seasons back, and since then, ease has trickled into our everyday uniforms. I love how these sneakers, make up for a cool, laid back look, plus they are as comfortable as they seem!
I really like this top’s asymmetric cut. Its shape, along with the zip up detail revamp the all time classic white shirt. I thought mixing it with a pair of shorts, made the shirt’s structure stand out a bit more, considering how it falls on the back. And to keep it simple, I threw in these really cool laser-cut oxfords.
On my first visit to Cardedeu Residence, an apartment hotel nestled on the slope that surrounds the Lake of Coatepeque, I fell in love with the place. A petite, modern designed compound that allows you to make the most of your stay. The place counts with spacious rooms that have breathtaking views of the lake, an infinity pool and equipment that will allow you to practice water sports. Me and my crew had an amazing time at Cardedeu, and it was a real shame to leave. I truly encourage you to visit if you get the opportunity to, it is great for groups of friends or families.
PS: I would like to thank all the staff at Cardedeu, who made my stay an unforgettable one!
Hi beautiful people! I love this white blazer: it is smart, sharp, and chic. It completely dresses up any look, even if you are wearing tie die denim shorts and a backless bodysuit. Have a lovely end of the week!
Hi guys! I loved the easiness of this look: a bare shoulder, a frayed hem, a monochrome palette. It is my perfect combination for a casual work day. Plus my feet appreciate the flat, classic Audrey Hepburn style pumps. I hope you guys like it!
PS: I was so lucky to step into the chic boutique hotel of Il Bongustaio. This petite, 5 room, hotel is a certain oasis in the middle of the city. It transported me to an Italian villa, with its beautiful gardens, filled with cascading bougainvilleas; its dome shaped hallways, and its marbled floors. A soothing place, that certainly goes well with the italian cuisine served at the, open to all public, next door restaurant.