Palm Beach Retro

Good morning everyone! I’m back with this cute little retro look I wore while I was in Palm Beach. There’s something about Palm Beach that just screams 60s to me – being there is like being back in time! Everyone is so happy, everywhere you look there are flowers, and all of the houses and shops are so clean and painted beautiful, bright colors. I thought this little polka dot bikini was the perfect swimsuit to wear for a pool day, especially when paired with a hair scarf and some retro sunnies (which are on sale, btw!).

An updated “What I Eat In a Day” post will be up tomorrow – a bunch of you have had questions about me going vegetarian so I want to start sharing more recipes on the blog! We’ve found quite a few meals that even my husband enjoys (and he is definitely not vegetarian haha). Stay tuned! xoxo

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  1. This retro look is so adorable!! Love the polka dot swimsuit!!

  2. This is one of my favorite swim looks of yours ever!! Ahhh so cute!

    xoxo A

  3. I love the setting of these photos! & the polka dot bikini! Dying to go to Palm Beach…you should try St. Augustine’s in FL if you haven’t been, it’s the oldest city in the US and is so charming 🙂

  4. Oh I love this look! That polka dot bikini, those sunnies and the hair do – gorgeous!
    Definitely inspired me to try a little retro glam every once in a while!
    xx Janine

  5. Love this cute throwback look! I’m excited to see your “What I Eat in a Day” post tomorrow! 🙂

  6. Retro is always my fave!


  7. That bathing suit is so cute! Palm Beach looks gorgeous.

    Kendal / Life With Kendal

  8. That’s a gorgeous swimsuit! And I’m excited about the recipes, I suck at cooking and when I cook I want my parents to like it and not talk bad about it because it’s vegetarian…

  9. Laura Leigh

    You are absolutely rocking this retro look lady! I love it!!

    xo Laura Leigh
    Louella Reese

  10. T

    Yay! I’ve been a vegetarian for over a decade and don’t miss meat at all. At first I was always just swapping out the meat portion of a meal with substitutes (faux beef, chicken, etc.), and while I still use them on occasion, over time I came to found that there were so many delicious recipes that didn’t need any kind of meat component at all. It’s better for me, animals, and the planet, so it’s a win-win-win, in my book. I’m not vegan, but I’m working to cut more dairy out of my diet and my absolute favorite milk substitute is oat milk. I like it better than the real thing in tons of stuff, from coffee to cereal. Looking forward to your post!

  11. Super cute!


  12. kathy

    Just darling.