Tory Burch - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim #MBFWSWIMThe Shore Club hotel's private cabanas were the perfect spot to host an intimate preview of the Tory Burch 2014 Resort Collection. We were invited to enjoy mimosas and mini quiche, pool-side, and browse through some of the new Resort Swim collection. This was an especially great way to start the morning because I got to (finally) meet Lexi of Glitter and Pearls and Alyson of The Average Girls Guide - in person! I have followed their blogs from when I first started and they have both been so kind and helpful to me along the way. It was a Happy day :)
Please scroll down to the bottom of this post to see shots of what I wore to this event.
Thank you to Annie Weiss from Tory Burch for my invite.
|Left: Amira dress|
|Tory Burch Amira Dress|
|Adorable mocs and flower sandals|
Tory Burch Marlow Leather Loafers (middle)
|Perfect ruffle details|
|Tory Burch pillow and my O'Neill bag|
I decided to wear this black and white crop top by Naven and pair it with this white ruffle midi length skirt. Black and white was not a novel color combo at swim week, by far, but I will always love this classic color combo and decided that even thought the combination was mundane, the pieces were standout. It worked! What do you guys think?
Oh, I've been getting a lot of questions about my earrings - they're Gorjana - but they're older and soldout. I've linked to a similar Gorjana pair down below.
Thank you for reading and for following my blog! I hope that you guys have all been enjoying the Swim Week coverage! xo
|Photo courtesy of Lexi of Glitter and Pearls|
|Photo courtesy of Lexi of Glitter & Pearls|
|Mutlicolored vintage Ebay rings; gold ring c/o M16 Jewelry|
|Evil eye wrap bracelet (unknown brand), cross bracelet c/o Pura Vida Bracelets (part of their Charm Collection - I highly recommend these bracelets, they're handmade in Costa Rica and have a wax coating on them that makes them more durable than most of the bracelets in this style) A portion of the company proceeds go to Costarican artisans and other charities.|
|Jeffrey Campbell Soiree's (uncomfortable sons of bi$*%#@) `|