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Holding onto Summer

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Photography: Meagan Weatherby Photography 

DETAILS  I  Shirt-dress: Vintage  I  Bikini: Luli Fama Swimwear  I  Sandals: Manolo Blahnik  I  Hat: H&M (UK)  I  Necklace: BellafusionI  Sunnies: Nicole Miller  I  Clutch: BCBGMAXAZRIA


I am in denial that summer is coming to an end. I am holding onto every last ray of sunshine, green leaf and fruity cocktail. As much as I love Fall fashion, it hard not to reminisce  about all the adventures from the past few months that didn't require bundles of clothing and heat pads. In the meantime, I am going to keep wearing my most favoured summer pieces, even if it means layering them. 

One of my currents faves is this Luli Fama two piece Bikini. It is edgy, unique and versatile. The corset style Bikini top has a vintage feel as it sits right at the ribcage with a sexy string tie detailing.  Since this top is a little unconventional from the typical triangle bikini top, it  also works great as a layering piece. You don't have to stop wearing y…

When in Rome

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DETAILS   Lace Top: H&M  I  Skirt: Neon Rose  I  Flats: Givenchy  I  Necklace: Winners  I  Clutch: YSL  I  Leather wrap Bracelet: Juicy Couture  I  Onyx beaded Bracelet: Bellafusion

When in Rome, do as the Romans do. Instead of the typical tourist travel around Rome, I highly suggest going off the beaten path to find some of the most stunning views, amazing eats, and the best cultural experience. 
Rome is a large city, that is very busy all of the time. It is also very warm in the summer months, therefore, I recommend wandering around with no real agenda to comfortably explore the city at your own pace. With temperatures over 40 degrees (over 100 fahrenheit) one needs to stay hydrated and take breaks. There are unique Cathedrals on just about every street, great place to (respectfully) slip inside to keep cool while taking in the history and  stunning designs. 
One of the places that can't be missed is the view from the top of St.Peters Basilica. People often skip going up as it …