Thursday, July 24, 2014


Cynthia wore...
Two piece- The Reformation
Sunglasses- Nastygal

I've been obsessing over having the perfect two-piece outfit for this warm weather and I finally found one from The Reformation! The heat in Mexico has been a little unbearable so I love to wear comfortable clothes that allow me  to stay cool this summer! It is really hard to look good when you are constantly sweating, so I think wearing a two piece is a great way to stay fresh and chic this time of the year! 


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Saturday, July 19, 2014


Cynthia wore...
Skirt- Cos
Crop top- Topshop
Clutch- Zara
Heels- Diane Von Furstenberg

Milan is such a beautiful city filled with things to do, it felt wonderful to be back! Our first stop to sightsee of course was the City Center, where the mesmerizing Duomo stands tall to greet you and welcome you to the city. It never ceases to surprise me how beautiful the architecture is and the cute little streets that surround the square always inviting you to discover new restaurants and cafes.  I think despite how big this city really is, my favorite section of Milan will always be Piazza del Duomo!

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Thursday, July 10, 2014


Cynthia wore ...
Sunnies- Nastygal
Skort- Zara
Crop-top - C+D Designs

One of the highlights of our trip to Italy was going to Cinque Terre. Five beautiful towns that are all interconnected! Take a hike to discover all of them or if you aren't the sporty type then you can opt for the train or the boat as well. Unfortunately for us, most of the hiking trails were closed, so we were only able to do one in the town of Vernazza.

I wore one of our recent designs, which is an off-the-shoulder crop top that has proven to be perfect for the summer! 

We had so much fun exploring the colorful and picturesque towns of Cinque Terre. Hope you enjoy the photos!

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Friday, July 4, 2014


Amanda wore...
Full Skirt - Cos
Crop top- Zara
Clutch- BCBG Max Azria
Stilettos- Zara
Sunglasses- Karen Walker
Jewelry- Vintage

Back in Italy and we couldn't be more excited! It had been a long time since our last visit. The landmarks in Florence are as impressive as we remember them, always leaving us awe! For this specific post we went to one of our favorites: Santa Maria Novella church. We mainly like it because its an undemanding section away from the commotion of the Duomo and Historical Center. It is never too crowded and even though not entirely secluded it is a truly harmonious area. We tried to capture this in this post, hoping you would get a little sense of what being here feels like.
Best from Italy!

xx Amanda 

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