How to Stand Out in the Jungle

What to Wear in Tulum Mexio

Orange Floral Print Dress (only $51!) / Layered Choker Necklace / Tassel Bracelets / Pave Ring / Straw Clutch

This is totally a “first world problem” kind of problem, but I’m just going to put this out there: it is not very fun taking photos what is basically the jungle.

Vacation Style / Tropical Dress & Straw Clutch

Case in point: my flat hair (it fell out within minutes of curling it), my sweaty forehead and my oil-stained clothes (after having rubbed insect repellent all over myself). All of the elements are against the idea of a shoot — including a husband who would much rather be hanging on the hammock. I’ll have to admit, these aren’t my favorite photos, but this is one of my favorite outfits from our trip. I fell in love with this tropical print dress as soon as I saw it.  From the one shoulder ruffle to the bright bold pattern — I knew I had to bring it with me to Tulum. I also don’t have much orange in my wardrobe, but that might just have to change after this number. So remember: if all else fails (curls, sweat, bug bites galore), just throw on a dazzler of a dress and all will be right in the world again.

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  1. Rach wrote:

    That orange dress is so cute! Love the tropical prints!

    Posted 6.28.17 Reply
  2. You look amaze! I see no flat hair nor sweat or bug bites! I promise! I love this dress. SO beautiful on you. Lookin gorgeous, as always, despite your jungle surroundings — lol!

    Posted 6.28.17 Reply