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Last weekend, I ventured to South Florida for a little vacation in Palm Beach, and from  its rich history to its beautiful architecture, everything about this place was incredible.


We checked into The Colony Hotel, and I knew from the moment we arrived it was the perfect place to stay. If its pink exterior wasn’t enough to satisfy my tropical taste, its banana leaf-printed carpet in the hallways put the icing on the cake. Better yet, it was walking distance from both the beach and Worth Avenue, the area’s famed upscale shopping district.


Along Worth Avenue, there were plenty of details to take in, and not just in the stores, which essentially define luxury shopping. If you don’t pay attention, though, you just might miss the little side streets, or “vias” as they call them, with even more shops, restaurants and hidden gems to discover.


After a little bit of shopping, we stopped by Pizza Al Fresco, tucked away in Via Mizner, for some fantastic margherita pizza. We dined outside next to a little piece of history.

Addison Mizner, the architect who introduced the Mediterranean style to Palm Beach and whose mansion lies at the end of Worth Avenue, had a pet monkey named Johnnie Brown, who just so happened to be buried -- yes, buried -- right next to our table circa 1927. It’s little things like that that made our Palm Beach experience so unique!


We wrapped up our trip with a visit to the Palm Beach Zoo to mingle with a flock of flamingos. We immersed ourselves in the “Flamingo Experience,” which took us behind the scenes to meet-and-greet these loveable and hysterical feathered friends. We walked them around the zoo, gave them a little snack, and then posed for a few selfies. It was the highlight of our trip!



This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of VISIT FLORIDA. The opinions and text are all mine.


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Palm Beach Adventure with VISIT FLORIDA


Last weekend, I ventured to South Florida for a little vacation in Palm Beach, and from  its rich history to its beautiful architecture, everything about this place was incredible.


We checked into The Colony Hotel, and I knew from the moment we arrived it was the perfect place to stay. If its pink exterior wasn’t enough to satisfy my tropical taste, its banana leaf-printed carpet in the hallways put the icing on the cake. Better yet, it was walking distance from both the beach and Worth Avenue, the area’s famed upscale shopping district.


Along Worth Avenue, there were plenty of details to take in, and not just in the stores, which essentially define luxury shopping. If you don’t pay attention, though, you just might miss the little side streets, or “vias” as they call them, with even more shops, restaurants and hidden gems to discover.


After a little bit of shopping, we stopped by Pizza Al Fresco, tucked away in Via Mizner, for some fantastic margherita pizza. We dined outside next to a little piece of history.

Addison Mizner, the architect who introduced the Mediterranean style to Palm Beach and whose mansion lies at the end of Worth Avenue, had a pet monkey named Johnnie Brown, who just so happened to be buried -- yes, buried -- right next to our table circa 1927. It’s little things like that that made our Palm Beach experience so unique!


We wrapped up our trip with a visit to the Palm Beach Zoo to mingle with a flock of flamingos. We immersed ourselves in the “Flamingo Experience,” which took us behind the scenes to meet-and-greet these loveable and hysterical feathered friends. We walked them around the zoo, gave them a little snack, and then posed for a few selfies. It was the highlight of our trip!



This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of VISIT FLORIDA. The opinions and text are all mine.


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The floral dress that has quickly become a closet staple for me is this little Show Me Your Mumu number. It's so easy to throw on and go, especially on reaaaaally hot Florida days! And, the sunflowers just make my heart oh so happy.

I'm wearing... dress (also love this style) // hat // shoes // similar bag (this one is so cute though!) // sunglasses


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Sunflower Shower


The floral dress that has quickly become a closet staple for me is this little Show Me Your Mumu number. It's so easy to throw on and go, especially on reaaaaally hot Florida days! And, the sunflowers just make my heart oh so happy.

I'm wearing... dress (also love this style) // hat // shoes // similar bag (this one is so cute though!) // sunglasses


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Thinking about the "busyness" that has consumed my day-to-day life recently, it's always nice to take some time to reflect and relax. It is so important to find ways to destress after each day, to unplug, unwind and just b r e a t h e. As much as I like to stay in that go-go-go state of mind, I have to remind myself that it's important to slow down too. Even if it's just a lazy evening to myself, watching Netflix and scrolling through Pinterest, it always leaves me feeling recharged and ready to take on whatever is next!

I'm wearing... Lucca Couture dress (c/o) // bag // hat // sunglasses // similar earrings

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Mini Floral Dress


Thinking about the "busyness" that has consumed my day-to-day life recently, it's always nice to take some time to reflect and relax. It is so important to find ways to destress after each day, to unplug, unwind and just b r e a t h e. As much as I like to stay in that go-go-go state of mind, I have to remind myself that it's important to slow down too. Even if it's just a lazy evening to myself, watching Netflix and scrolling through Pinterest, it always leaves me feeling recharged and ready to take on whatever is next!

I'm wearing... Lucca Couture dress (c/o) // bag // hat // sunglasses // similar earrings

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