Hello, friends! We are back, from the sunny, 90F, blue-water, white-sand, Caribbean. Can’t say I am the happiest having to put on sweater and long pants again, but home, sweet home, we are back! Now I can reminiscent about our cruise vacay, sans the motion sickness, while drinking my favorite milk tea.
Before children, on-foot was my preferred way of travel. I used to pack my days with places to see, things to do, and foods to try. With children, as some of you might know, no schedule is the schedule. The best vacation is the ones where you embark one, maybe two activities each day, with easy logistics. That makes amusement parks super attractive to families with young children, and child friendly cruise trips. Last year, we tried out Disney’s Dream and this spring, the kids could barely wait to go back.
Apart from the 12-hour childcare, rainforest spa, live performances and the fantastic adult-only restaurants, I particularly fond of the dress code the public observes on the cruise. How often, can an urban mom of two, have three and maybe four outfit changes in a day, ranging from Lulu Lemon to Carolina Herrera? … Today, I will show you the outfit I wore on the last day of the trip, which I wore during the day with flat sandals and fun glasses, then again to dinner at night with heels and a touch of red lips. 🙂
A fun fact about this romper was that it arrived in the morning on the day we departed. I spotted the piece a few days ago and immediately decided it would be going to cruise with me, but it didn’t arrive after 3,4 days as usual, so I called Moda and they overnighted my order to me. Thank you, Moda, for such wonderful customer service! I am looking forward to style it other ways in future posts, even though it is super cool just as is.
Thank you so much for reading! It feels good to be back and chatting with my virtual friends again, until my next post!
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