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Flower Girl.

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Tulum is a dream. It’s full of pretty backdrops, bright clear blue water, slanted palm trees, the best pina coladas and mojitos and amazing food.

This abandoned pink house was everything. Really captures a happy feeling and the essence of beautiful México.

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TULAROSA ‘payton’ dress  (sleeveless version here
FLOWER CROWN (cute ones here + here)
ISABEL MARANT caroll sandals (sold out, but a bunch of my favorite IM’s here)

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Toucan.

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Colorful and bold look from Playa del Carmen! After a few days in Tulum, Betty and I decided to book a couple of extra nights in Playa del Carmen since its just about an hour away from Tulum. Although, we prefer Tulum, it was nice to change it up a bit.

We stayed in this awesome little private villa that had our own pool and it opened up to the ocean- ugh, too good! Just a few steps away there was this little dock that caught our attention, it stood out against the clear, bright blue water!

For our last day here, I decided to keep it simple with a classic white button down.. Tip: I always make sure to pack a button up (either in black, white, or stripes) whenever I go somewhere beachy. It serves as a nice cover-up over your bikini or with some cute denim cut-offs like I styled here!

The big sombrero was the perfect fun detail to not only keep me from the sun but also to complete the look!

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PINS & NEEDLES shirt (sold out but similar here + here)
PAIGE DENIM denim shorts
CORNETTI ‘atrani’ sandals

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Tu-tu-lum.

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Giving you a little bit of beach and sunshine with these photos because I just got back from Tulum, México a couple of days ago and I’m already missing it!

Decided to take a mini getaway with one of my close friends, Betty. We debated between Hawaii or México and I convinced her that she would fall in love with México. Booked 5 days between Tulum and Playa del Carmen. Between the two, we definitely enjoyed Tulum a lot more. Its much more cool, hip and young. The bars and restaurants are beyond- I recommend getting a reservation at Hartwood if you visit Tulum. There were also other good spots like Gitano, Casa Banana and Casa Jaguar that we loved. Also, visit or try to stay at Coqui Coqui- freaking amazing little boutique hotel as well as a perfumerie!

Every little corner you turned was picture perfect, it really was hard to take a bad photo. It’s my third time getting away to Tulum in a year and half and I’ll probably make it a yearly ritual. It’s that good.

Enjoy these beachy photos and hope it inspires you to book a one way ticket somewhere!

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