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  • Writer's pictureHannah Applequist

A Multicolored Maxi

One of my favorite things about our vacation to Turks and Caicos was all of the exploring of the grounds that we did! The Beaches Turks and Caicos Resort was massive, with four different themed villages: Key West (where we stayed), Italian, French (pictured), and Caribbean. Each village had its own feel and plenty to do, eat, and see! I loved all of the fun, white and blue furniture and over the top architecture in the French village!

My own version of the Iron Chair!

I loved getting to wear these bright and colorful dresses on this trip! This Lilly Pulitzer dress from Rent the Runway was so great for the location. It is a perfect summer dress in general! The floral print is even prettier in person and I loved the shape of this dress. The fabric was super nice and heavy, but still breathable. I followed what the reviews said and sized down but feel like I could have stayed with my normal size if I wanted a looser fit.

These shoes from ASOS were so great with this dress! They are so comfortable and cute at the same time! I walked everywhere with these and didn't have any problems. I very much enjoyed their blush color in contrast with the brighter colors of the dress! They also added a more casual vibe to the look.

I have shared this bag from Etsy in the past, see here, and use it so much! It is a staple bag for spring and summer. While I couldn't find the exact bag, I have linked two similar options above! Also see my straw bag post I did a couple weeks ago for even more summer bag ideas!

For my bracelets, I wore a cowry bracelet from a set from Forever 21 and a special shell bracelet that I bought on the island!

To finish off my look, I wore some more casual hoops from an earring set from H&M and one of my favorite lipstick shades from Kylie Cosmetics! Also, it's funny what the Caribbean does to my hair.. I started that morning with my full curls and ended up with this! But I enjoyed the different look!

More Pictures Below!


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