Happy Friday!! I’m officially back from my vacation in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. I had such a blast in the Caribbean celebrating my cousin’s destination wedding. We stayed at the loveliest resort – Majestic Colonial Resort Punta Cana. The best part of the trip was spending time with the family. I adore my family and since we all live far away it’s really nice to get all the cousins, aunts, uncles, and little ones together.
Sharing one of the looks I wore to dinner while at the resort. I packed a ton of maxi dresses for the trip since it was in the high 80s with 90% humidity! I picked up this dress a few days before I left at J. Crew and it was the best purchase I made! The dress is breezy and perfect for high humidity weather. I paired it with a lightweight cardigan, sandals, and my favorite basket bag for a relaxed evening dinner look.
I will share more looks for my trip next week including what I wore to the pool and beach! I got a ton of message and questions when I posted this photo. I’m working on a post to share all my swimwear finds so stay tuned!
Have a lovely weekend!
I have a slight obsession with sunrise & sunsets. Therefore I had to wake up early one morning and watch the sunrise. It was very peaceful and extraordinary to watch the sunrise on the beach.
We spent our last afternoon in Mexico being beach bums and relaxing.
The resort went all out for the Christmas Eve dinner!! There was so much food I didn’t know where to begin!
I had a fabulous time vacationing in the Riviera Maya! A great location to soak up some sun, relax, see some history, and have a ton of fun!!
First thing in the morning we checked out the Dolphin show at our resort. They offer packages to swim with dolphins and be a trainer for a day. It was fun seeing the dolphins perform all their tricks. However after watching the CNN film Blackfish the whole dolphins, whales, and animals in captivity thing doesn’t sit well with me.
After the dolphin show we soaked up some sun on the beach and got out tan on!
In the afternoon we drove to Playa Del Carmen to do some shopping on Fifth Avenue also known as Avenida Cinco. We were able to get all of our souvenir shopping done in two hours. Playa del Carmen is a major party scene and it was super busy and the streets were filled with interesting characters.
We had dinner at Don Pablo at our resort. This restaurant was by far my favorite! The food was spectacular!!! I had a fig salad, cream of celery soup, and roasted gulf sea bass fillet. Everything was divine!