29 September 2008

Imagined Travel: Caribbean Cruise

Clearly I'm just dying to travel since most of my posts are these Imagined Travel ones. It's been a few months since I really traveled so I can't wait to get out there again. I like to think of myself as relatively adventurous so the idea of a cruise never seemed exciting to me. All that time on a boat with the same people sounds way too stifling. At the moment though, I wouldn't mind some relaxing water and tropical breezes, kicking back with a good book and plenty of sunscreen. I don't know if I'll ever take a cruise, but I know plenty of people do each year. I'm imagining here a Caribbean Cruise. Peak season is all year round so even though summer has faded here in the States, beachy warmth is still occurring out there on the water.

PS. Today's picks are far from wallet friendly, but I couldn't help myself.



Outfit consists of:
Black zebra beach towel. Available at Debenhams for 5.40 pounds.

Tape cassette plastic tote. Available at Fred Flare for $16.

Vintage inspired tiger and smoke sunglasses. Available at House of Sunglasses for $9.99.

Vintage Rudi Gernreich wool polka dot bathing suit, size 10. Available at Archive Vintage for $298.

Black and gold snake print Bernardo sandal. Available at Urban Outfitters for $59.99.

Flame Diane von Furstenberg cotton knit tube dress. Available at net-a-porter for $365.

Gold mesh Art Nouveau purse by Evans. Available at Antique Peek for $240.

Givenchy key necklace. Available at Archive Vintage for $298.



4 comments:

Q's Daydream said...

That bathing suit is wonderful!!! Sun and warmth does sound nice right about now! :o)

Aimée said...

In Phoenix it's still 102, so I guess I would be looking forward to the tropical breezes and maybe a bit of an evening chill. :)

Transletics said...

Seriously, that bathing suit is amazing. You'd have to have pretty firm thighs to wear that, so that's why I'm not heartbroken I can't afford it :)

Aimée said...

I love how colorful the suit is. As a non-wool wearer I categorically stay away from wool. Still isn't anyone else wondering about wool and a bathing suit? How do these things go together? How is wool practical in the sun?? So many mysteries.