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Travel Diary: Miami

March 27 2017 | adthrive psp

Miami is one of my favorite cities to visit. It’s an easy/affordable flight from New York City, which makes it the perfect getaway. The past few times I’ve visited Miami, my focus was beach, beach, pool, beach.

But when I went to Miami last month my focus was completely different.

I was in Miami for 24 hours for a layover during my trip to Cuba. So instead of focusing on the beach, I decided to spend the day exploring Miami’s Wynwood Art District. I spent the day there in my favorite dress from Universal Standard.

The Geneva dress is becoming an essential part of my travel wardrobe. I can style this dress in so many ways and it feels like a fresh look every time. Here’s how I spent one day in one dress, Miami style.

Morning: YouTube Vlogging

I threw on the Universal Standard Geneva dress with some sneakers and a headscarf to go exploring the Wynwood area in the morning. I knew the Wynwood Walls were gorgeous and I wanted to scout the restaurants and coffee shops in the area.

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Dress: Here | Headwrap: Here | Shoes: Here | Sunnies: Here

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Afternoon: Work, Work, Werk!

I spent the afternoon taking meetings at the sunny Miam Cafe on NW 3rd street. The staff was very kind and I felt comfortable hanging out there for a bit. If you go I recommend getting one of their Matcha Lattes. I also recommend taking pictures in front of their black and white striped building… so cool!

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Dress: Here | Shoes: Here | Sunnies: Here | Backpack: Here | Phone Case: Here

 

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Evening: Dinner at Coyo Taco

I wasn’t sure how the food would be in Cuba, so I wanted to make sure I got something super yummy before I flew over. We went to Coyo tacos and omg yum! I’d recommend you save room for the Paletas la Michoacana, which are basically homemade mexican popsicles. Delish!

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Dress: Here | Shoes: Here | Sunnies: Here | Kimono: Here

 

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I had an awesome 24 hours in Miami and my Universal Standard dress was perfect for everything I wanted to do throughout the day.

p.s. did you know that I’m currently on a cruise to the Bahamas? Come along with me: Follow my instagram! xx

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11 responses on “Travel Diary: Miami

  1. Margie Daniels

    I love the look!! You look very COSMOPOLITAN! I am planning to visit Cuba in July….Please provide me the details on the beautiful you had there….I can’t wait to see the pics of your cruise…

  2. magmar1014@aol.com

    I love the look!! You look very COSMOPOLITAN! I am planning to visit Cuba in July….Please provide me the details on the beautiful you had there….I can’t wait to see the pics of your cruise…

  3. Impurrfect Life

    You look like you had a great time in Miami. Great pics too! I visited Miami briefly last fall taking an anniversary cruise to the Bahamas. Best time ever! I wish I could have stayed longer. The vibe, the people, the food- all awesome. I will definitely go back.

  4. impurrfectlife@gmail.com

    You look like you had a great time in Miami. Great pics too! I visited Miami briefly last fall taking an anniversary cruise to the Bahamas. Best time ever! I wish I could have stayed longer. The vibe, the people, the food- all awesome. I will definitely go back.

  5. free music

    Awsome info and straight to the point. I am not sure if this is truly the best place to ask but do you guys have any ideea where to employ some professional writers? Thx 🙂

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