After a long (and painfully hot) day of sightseeing the day before, we were ready for some beach time and were off to another private island in the Islas del Rosario (Rosario Islands) on our fourth day in Cartagena.
I find that beachwear can oftentimes be a little tricky (or leave you self-conscious) when getting to the beach requires traversing (bashfully) in a city setting (in your new super cute, but very sheer tunic) before reaching your destination. So, this summer, I purchased a few simple pieces that are light enough to wear to the beach, but tailored (and not transparent) enough to avoid pseudo-naked city walks of shame, and I was glad I had them for our trip.
For our island/beach day, I wore a black cotton crop top (likely the most versatile piece in my wardrobe right now) and gray jersey wrap skirt (that shows just enough leg to be sexy) over a nude pink bikini, and paired it with my trusty metallic havaianas, nautical striped denim tote and flash lens Ray-Ban Clubmaster sunnies. I was also excited to break out some of my new street buys from the trip, a perfect off-white panama hat and turquoise beaded wrap bracelet (that can also be worn as a necklace).
Top | New Look Ribbed Crop Top || Skirt | ASOS Soft Wrap Pencil Skirt || Bikini | Victoria’s Secret, similar style here || Sandals | Gold Slim Havaianas || Tote | Prima Donna, similar style here, here and here || Hat | Street Vendor, Cartagena, similar style here || Sunglasses | Ray-Ban Clubmaster Flash Lenses || Bracelet | Turquoise Beaded Chain, Beach Vendor, Islas del Rosario
LOVE – MY.