Love & Lacoste: What to Wear to the Miami Open Tennis Tournament

Lacoste is the official outfitter of this year’s Miami Open Tennis Tournament, which kicked off yesterday in Key Biscayne. The annual tennis event has held a myriad of names over the years, (the Lipton, Sony Ericsson, and most recently the Sony Open,) but always marks the official start of spring with a slew of tennis stars and sports enthusiasts descending…
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One Eleven at the Farmers Market

I don’t consider myself a “jeans and a t-shirt” kind of girl, but some days my fashion brain just wants a break and I reach for the basics. Take for example last Saturday, when I headed to the Coral Gables Farmers Market with my camera-toting sidekick Andrea. The market happens every Saturday during spring in front of City Hall, and…
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Seeing Spots in Alexis Spring/Summer ’15

Let’s be honest: when it comes to black and white, it’s been done. Somehow, (through use of magical powers or fairy dust,) Alexis has managed to reinvent the enduring trend with a monochromatic circle-cutout for their Spring/Summer 15 collection. These aren’t Jackie O’s polka-dots. The graphic print creates a serious optical illusion that is both bold and totally chic. In…
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Coral Gables Fashion Week Kicks Off at Cattiva Boutique this Thursday!

The first-ever Coral Gables Fashion Week is here! Join me this Thursday, March 19th from 6 to 8pm at Cattiva Boutique as we kickoff three days of festivities with a Gables’ Night Out shopping event. Sip on champagne and enjoy complimentary hair styling by Doperdoll Salon while shopping the latest looks from designers like Torn by Ronny Kobo, Dolce Vita,…
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Turquoise Waters and Coral Sunsets

While browsing the racks at Shop Splash in South Miami a couple of weeks ago I stopped abruptly when I found this chic lace jacket and pencil skirt. The fabric was delicate, but the color vibrant. It’s the typical edgy-yet-elegant aesthetic that is the hallmark of Alexis, and very much representative of my own personality. Needless to say I couldn’t…
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