Style Diaries

Riviera Maya Style Diaries: Day 4-7


Time flies when you are having fun (and apparently not much blogging happens either). Sorry fashionistas! Between the beach/pool and nightly activities it was hard to find the time to chronicle my looks. Check out what I wore on the last few days in Cancún.

Day 4


On Day 4, we went to dinner at a surprisingly good  hibachi restaurant on the resort. I wore  white laser cut shift dress with my white cross-body bag. I broke up the white with a pop of orange lipstick and a pair of neutral sandals.

Day 5


On Day 5,  we went to Coco Bongo in Playa Del Carmen. It was not what we were expecting, but at least I got to wear this adorable blush pink romper.  It is the perfect romper because it can be worn on a night out with the girls or a daytime brunch. I love versatility.

Day 6


Day 6 was probably the most fun days of the trip. We started of the day going swimming in one of the beautiful cenotes (natural sinkhole) near Tulum. It was so relaxing and I have never seen fresh water that was so gorgeous. After a refreshing dip, we headed to Tulum to see the Mayan ruins. It was super hot, but it was such a majestic thing to see! I wore high waisted shorts and black skippies.



P1000463It was really a great day!

Day 7


On the last day I kept it simple in a floral romper courtesy of Aeropostale. I accessorized with a turban headband, buckle wedges, and my white cross-body bag that is definitely going to be my summer staple.

It was amazing trip and just so much fun! I want to go back already. I hope you all liked my last few looks of the trip.

xoxo Lex Loves Couture

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