When it’s golden hour in Orlando, you drop everything and take a photo. As you can probably guess, Florida is one of my favorite places to vacation. In Michigan, summers can feel pretty short compared to winters. While this trip was short lived, I took full advantage of the 80+ degree weather. This was my first time in Orlando and like any city in Florida the people were beautiful and the food was delicious. I tried a restaurant near the park called Miller’s Ale House which was perfect bar food for the night.
We explored the city and toured the Orlando Eye which is a fairly new attraction. It opened in 2015 and its perfect for viewing the entire city way up. Psst, Florida residents receive a discount ($18) and if you’re a tourist book online for savings too. Next up, cocktails! Whenever I’m in a city that has a Sugar Factory I’m there! The drinks are so fun and delicious. If you haven’t tried their cocktails, you’re missing out.
Lately, I’ve been piecing together my spring/summer wardrobe and I must say I’m finding some great neutrals, statement pieces and deliciously comfortable shoes. Can you tell I can’t wait for summer already? I just crave the sunshine; it puts me in a productive mood.
Why oh why has it taken me so long to get into mules? Who knew they were so comfy and easy to walk in. A one and done type of outfit is just my style. I’m loving all crisp neutral looks for the spring. And that’s it! Back to Michigan I go. See you soon Florida, xx.
Here are my tips for your spring/summer wardrobe:
- Show a little skin, whether it’s your shoulders or legs – do what makes you feel sexy!
- If you can’t wear it 3 different ways, you might not need it. Yes, I’d love to buy everything I like but it’s really not the smartest way to shop, especially on a budget. I try to pick pieces that are neutral or versatile in my closet.
- Above all, make sure you’re comfortable. I used to have a thing for buying shoes that were cute but not the most comfortable to walk in all night. Not the best idea!
- Lastly, shop around! 9 times out of 10 someone else makes something similar and probably cheaper. Designers are always trying to keep up with trends, so I’ve noticed similar styles in different stores. Don’t spend a ton of money. Google is your best friend.