Jan 06, 2017

A Jamaican Sunset

Wearing: Cuyana Summer Hat, Prada Timeless Sunglasses, Drapey Coverup Kimono (similar by Marysia), Marysia Mott SwimsuitMelissa Sauce Slides

It’s been pretty cold and rainy here for awhile, so today I’m sharing the last of my warmer looks from my trip to Jamaica. This particular evening was spent hanging out with good friends near and in the ocean as the sun disappeared over the horizon. This Marysia swimsuit has become my favorite as it is especially flattering in cut and color, and I practically lived in my coverup too. I’m missing the crystal clear warm waters of the Caribbean and can’t wait to make it to somewhere with warmer weather again soon.

This weekend I’m doing some much needed new years cleaning and hanging out with my littles while my (lucky) husband is off on a ski trip with friends.

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What are you up to this weekend? Are you missing warmer weather too or have you gone off to find it?

Photos by Kate Skogen for Hej Doll.

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This place is gorgeous! Now you have me wishing I was some place warm!

You look stunning! I am obsessed with that swimsuit. Beautiful photography as always 🙂

i always adore your one pieces – super cute! hoping to get to Jamaica some day!

Wow!! So beautiful! Sounds like you had an amazing trip!

Absolutely beautiful!! I love your one piece too!

This has me dying for a warm vacation! This looks absolutely stunning! Love your swimsuit BTW!

That is a nice looking bathing suit. I would love to visit Jamaica even if it is cloudy and raining.

I always love your travel post. This looks absolutely beautiful.

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Looks lovely there! I am in desperate need of a beach vaca!

These photos are gorgeous!! I would love to go to Jamaica!!

Absolutely stunning! I loved visiting Jamaica too!!

This is gorgeous! Definitely makes me want to start planning another trip to Jamaica. It was such a wonderful place to visit!

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