Winter Garden Outfit

Whenever I travel I always try to do something cultural. Amidst all my Disney fever and the commercialism of my Florida trip; I decided we were going to an art museum. Unfortunately, the museum was in Winter Park not Winter Garden. It was an understandable GPS error. I knew we were in the wrong place when we ended up in front of someone’s house. However, this little area was quaint and slower-paced than the environments of our other outings; so we explored.

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We had lunch in an empty bar and wandered. The maxi dress was perfect, it is super comfortable and has some edge with the utlra-high slit. The neon pink earrings I made give a fierce pop of colour to this simple outfit. The sandals are Sam Edelman which I got on sale; I love his line! The purse also acts like a wallet and has a rocker edge.

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Wherever I go I try to find boutiques unique to the area; Winter Garden had this tiny, adorable bath shop (Wildflower Beauty). I bought their ‘bath tea’ for my grandma and the scrubber for myself. The bath tea soaks were such a different idea I had to buy some for the cute factor. I felt good to support a local business (the owner’s mom was working in the shop).

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On the drive home I had an intense craving for ice cream and Googled an ice cream parlour near the hotel. Funnily enough we could see this giant ice cream cone from the hotel balcony. I had to go for the photo opp.

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Maxi Dress: Lulu’s
Sandals: Sam Edelman
Earrings: Made by me
Purse: Jacob (now closed)

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Bright Shadows

DIY, Fashion, Allergy Life. Toronto jewelry designer, blogger & starving artist at heart.

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