Happy Wednesday! I arrived home late late late last night in New York from Jamaica and I'm not ready to face the real world yet. The Jamaican weather was perfect. It was sunny every day until about 3 pm, and then it would rain a bit, just in time for us to go back to our room and take a nap before dinner. By sunset, it was always back to clear skies and tropical weather. I went with my best friend from college, and it was the perfect chance for us to catch up while also celebrating her new masters degree (she graduated earlier this month). With clear blue waters still on my mind, I'm inspired by all things seafoam and coastal right now:
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Architectural Digest recently featured a compound of Turkish villas that were completely transformed for a single family by designer Isabel Lopez-Quesada. The breezy master bedroom, complete with a four-poster bed and an antique French chaise lounge, is to die for.
Because I'm still high on those sunny vacation vibes, I am loving SIR the Label's Resort 2016 campaign. The pictures and clothes are equally sultry + chic.
I can't get over pom pons (see here for evidence), and this Moroccan blanket would be perfect for reading on at Central Park and picnics + beach days.
ASOS pleated midi skirt ($45) + strappy heels ($57) = the perfect summer "dressy" look.
Although mostly seaside vibes are flowing here, I can't deny my love for an all-black ensemble. Maja Wyh shared this look on her blog, and I love the effortless blouse paired with a leather mini (here's a vegan option).
I'm loving the scalloped edges and the robins egg blue on this Leyla pouch, and it's only $31!
One of my favorite artists is Lisa Madigan. She recently came out with a new collection of paintings entitled "Kaleidoscope." The blunt brushstrokes and mix of hues of "Morning Glory" makes it my favorite from the collection.
While on vacay, my friend Grace and I were discussing how statement bracelets and statement earrings have seemingly taken over for statement necklaces. Baublebar's Pearl Stud Cuff ($32) is on my jewelry wishlist.