I can sum up this trip in two words: Absolutely breathtaking. Every day was an adventure, and we truly embraced the boating lifestyle for six full days. By the end of the week, I almost could imagine myself quitting my job, selling everything and starting a new life in the islands. The island vibes are that contagious. I can see why someone who lives in the states would give up their two cars, a big house and a corporate job in suburbia for this life.
In less than 48 hours, I’ll be sailing the British Virgin Islands for a whole week! Ya’ll, this is my dream vacation, and my fantasy is finally coming true. The work grind has been exceptionally hard to get through this week because all I’m thinking about is infinite sunshine, cerulean blue water and ice cold painkillers (the cocktail, ya’ll).
Today, it’s all about discovering your personal style. So far, we’ve covered how to begin your wardrobe basics journey and how to match your wardrobe to your current lifestyle. Make sure to catch up by reading parts one and two. Because personal style is a big talking point, I’m going to to discuss your color palette in the next post!
On the first day of spring, I couldn’t wait to pull out my white dresses, tops and pants. Especially white denim. My favorite spring outfit by far are these crisp, white pair of cropped jeans and a relaxed button-down blouse.
This week, it’s all about connecting your wardrobe to your lifestyle. Your basics are the foundation of your wardrobe, so they should reflect what you do most often, whether it be at the office, at home with the kids or traveling every weekend.
The first thing to do is a lifestyle breakdown. Think about your daily/weekly activities. Check your planner if that helps too. Where do you spend most of your time?