For as long as I can remember, I’ve been trying to get my butt over to Anegada to do the Conch Island Tour with Kelly Land & Sea Tours. Thanks to laziness and procrastination this has been a never-ending battle of “to go or not to go”. After hearing Conch Island survived Hurricane Irma’s and Maria’s wrath, I decided it was time to get over to Anegada and have some fun!
While watching the News last night, it was brought to my attention that Spring made its way back into our lives again. Now you know your girl didn’t know anything about this “Spring Season”, since I live on and island where it is literally 80 degrees Fahrenheit everyday. And it seems that the North East of the United States of America doesn’t know what Spring is either, thanks to Winter Storm Toby. Any who, now that we are all on the same page (knowing that Spring has started) I thought, what better way to kick off the Season than with a blog post about Spring Outfit/Lookbook ideas and tips? I’ll be spilling the tea on my favorite pieces for Spring featuring REVOLVE clothing.
It seems that all of my blogs and evidently, my life revolves around the aftermath of Hurricanes “Irmaria” and whats to come of the British Virgin Islands. There isn’t a day that I do not hear about Hurricane Irma stories, people angrily asking when they are going to receive their insurance cheques, if the B.V.I’s infrastructure will ever improve and the list goes on. It was about time that my friends and I came together and enjoyed an evening of solace, conversation, food, views and happiness.
Fast-forwarding to 3 months+ post Hurricane Irma and one can say that the British Virgin Islands has made a significant amount of progress towards “normalcy”. Resorts such as Peter Island Resort & Spa, Bitter End Yacht Club and Little Dix Bay may not reopen until late 2018 into 2019. With the closing or downsizing of businesses, comes the laying off of employees. Elmore Stoutt High School and other schools were ripped to shreds by Hurricane Irma, leaving thousands of students without a safe and comfortable place to learn and get an education.
The closet of an Island Girl only consists of one season, summer. When Fall Season comes around, envious thoughts fill my brain. The only thing I can put on are flip flops and crop tops while women in colder regions get to wear cozy sweaters and booties! Every year I would pin many fall outfit inspirations on Pinterest, while dreaming of strutting down 5th Avenue in those same outfit inspirations. Finally, this year I got to experience the Fall Season which allowed me to unleash my fashion dragon. I’ll be sharing with you my fashion tips to help you have a comfy yet chic Autumn/Winter season.