Mahekal Beach Resort (part 5)

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I can’t imagine a beach vacation without denim cutoffs. There are a lot of options out there, but nothing beats a Levi’s pair.

DETAILS: shorts – Levi’s, shirt – Forever 21 (men’s), swimsuit – American Eagle (try this), sandals – Adidas, location – Mahekal Beach Resort

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Mahekal Beach Resort (part 4)

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Bikinis are fun but this asymmetric one-piece swimsuit is currently my favorite.

DETAILS: swimsuit – JCrew, sunglasses – Cole Haan, location – Mahekal Beach Resort

Mahekal Beach Resort (part 3)

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The fastest way to get dressed on vacation is to wear a dress. This one is now on sale!

DETAILS: dress – Zara, bag – MOMA, sandals – Havaianas

Mahekal Beach Resort (part 2)

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This monochromatic beach cover-up/dress was one of my favorite looks during my trip. It’s light airy fabric was perfect for the hot and humid temperatures.

DETAILS: dress – Canvas by Lands End, sandals – Havaianas , glasses – Cole Haan

Mahekal Beach Resort

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I just came back from a week-long vacation at Mahekal Beach Resort in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. In the next few posts I’ll share some of my looks as well as location shots from this amazing beach-front resort.

DETAILS: bikini top – H&M, trousers – H&M, sandals – Adidas

Uxmal

IMG_0590IMG_0596IMG_0599IMG_0604I didn’t want to leave Hacienda Uxmal without taking a picture of the cozy interior. I could have easily spent a week there, but not this time. We still had things to see, such as the Maya ruins at Uxmal.

DETAILS: romper – ASOS (sold out), espadrilles – Soludos

Edzna & Uxmal

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Another stop on my Mexican vacation was the Mayan ruins of Edzna. The structure in the background is the main temple, but there are several building in the vicinity. Later, we spend the night at Hacienda Uxmal, which was one of my  favorite hotels on this stip. Happily it fell on my birthday.

DETAILS: romper – ASOS, espadrilles – Soludos, hat – bought in Mexico (similar one)