No surprise here; days on board the Regal Princess were a little breezy. Outtakes with my hair flying everywhere look a little bit intentional, so we just worked with the wind! This was one of the most nautical-inspired pieces I brought on the trip, but I kept things low key and bohemian with a fringed-out clutch and lace-up sandals. I'm now three days removed from life on the ship, and I have to say, I'm missing the ocean something fierce. Can't wait to share more about the Regal Princess! Check out my posts about our port days in St. Thomas and Princess Cays in the meantime.
As soon as I heard about the quaint, French-inspired streets of St. Maarten, I started brainstorming ideas for the perfect outfit, and it took my discovery of Australian boutique Showpo to come up with it. I love finding rompers that look like dresses because I feel so much more comfortable in them, but still get the feminine qualities a skirt gives off. We strolled the streets of Marigot in the hot sun and learned a few facts about both the Dutch and French sides of the island, which I'll talk about in detail on an upcoming travel post. For now, let's revel in the insane amazing details of these crazy Elina Linardaki sandals, shall we?
I can’t wait to tell you all the details from my short time in St. Thomas on tomorrow’s travel post, so for now, here’s a look at my outfit! Tuesday was one of our scheduled beach days, so I wanted a convenient outfit I could wear my swimsuit under. I also made sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, as it’s 99 steps down to shore from the top of Blackbeard’s Castle, and we’d be doing a lot of walking to get there in the first place. It was my first time trying the neck handkerchief trend, and as much as I loved the look, it actually came in handy keeping my face and neck dry. Looking back, I could have even doused it in cold water before putting it back on to cool down after standing in 85-degree sunshine for six hours. Next time!