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in Style, Thailand

Organic Cotton, Rattan, & Shells

It’s been 6 years since I’ve been to Thailand, which feels like a few lifetimes ago, and it couldn’t be a more special reunion. I’m celebrating this moment with my family by exploring southern Thailand, a part of Thailand that is completely new to me. It’s been a gorgeous trip so far, and I am so excited to share that it has been vastly different than the experiences I’ve had in Bangkok and northern Thailand.



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in Style, Swim, Trinidad & Tobago

Tropic of C

It stands for Tropic of Cancer, Capricorn, or even Candice, but I sit here quite happily thinking to myself that it stands for Tropic of Carolyn. In case you haven’t heard of it yet, Tropic of C is a sustainable swimwear, designed by Candice Swanepoel, inspired by the tropics, with signature Brazilian curves and vintage flair.



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in London, Style

Which Hunter Boots Are Right For You?

I LOVE rain boots! I have recently discovered Hunter Boots, and because of their rainbow of color choices, my obsession has multiplied. The realm of rain boots is a whole new world to me. Do I want tall, short, matte, glossy, socks, no socks, and most importantly – what color should I choose? Obviously all important decisions.

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in London, Style

Pink + Green Blazer in London

It’s spring in London! Or at least that’s what they keep telling me. It is April, and it is indeed showering (let’s hope May brings many flowers!). Yesterday, it was sunny, rainy, cloudy, blue skies, and hailing – all at once!



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in Style, Travel Guides, Trinidad & Tobago

10 Things To Do In Trinidad & Tobago That Aren’t Carnival

We had the time of our lives experiencing T&T Carnival for the first time, and although the highlight of our trip was playing mas, we truly loved spending our first few days seeing and understanding Trinidad.

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