Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas, Bahamas: Navy, White and Red Printed Tunic







Photos by Krista!



If you were following along with me on Instagram (thanks!) then you know I hopped onto Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas for a fabulous cruise to the Atlantis in the Bahamas. One day at Atlantis, I wore this great coverup. It was the perfect lightweight piece to cover up my pale winter skin, but still looked great at the beach! I definitely recommend this tunic for every age. It's conservative but fun, too. It reminds me a lot of Tory Burch's tunics but for a fraction of the price! 

It was so amazing and so incredibly refreshing to have left the freezing snow and to feel the warm sun on my skin, I definitely wish I could have stayed longer! One of my favorite things about being on the beach is not wearing any makeup and very minimal jewelry. It's simple and easy and sometimes that's all you need! This tunic was also great to wear while traveling from boat to land and back onto the ship! It was covered up enough that we were able to enjoy lunch back on the boat without having to change! Have a fabulous day!

Yours,

6 comments:

Cynthia Hoyt said...

I am obsessed with this tunic! It is so chic and super cute! I love Talbots, it might be the best kept secret for timeless dressing (for young people that is, because most consider it to be for older women)!

Cynthia
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Dana said...

Love it lady! You look so happy (and I was absolutely jealous of your travels while I was commuting through a snowy NYC)!

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Erin Fairchild said...

I love that tunic! I would have never thought to check out Talbots! Thanks!

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Melissa Blake said...

Gorgeous!! Would LOVE to be in a tropical locale right about now...

danavaughncook said...

I so love that you wear pieces from Talbots! A classic you can wear forever .

Gin & Realism said...

Love that tunic! Your trip looked awesome- and so did your outfits!

 

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