Miami Swim Week Outfit: Beating The Heat

Hi all, 

In continuing with the recap of Miami Swim Week outfits, we're talking about this fun ensemble worn to the opening events on Thursday, including a yummy Sergio Rossi lunch with Style Rac, a Peace Love World Cocktails & Preview party, the Sports Illustrated Opening Party at the W and late night cocktails at The Edition Hotel. 

An Outfit for a Hot Day in Miami

Thursday was really hot in Miami. When is it not, I guess, right? But the heat called for an outfit that could beat it - an outfit featuring light colors and fabrics. This linen, off-the-shoulder piece from Elle-Est-Grece was perfect for the occasion and kept me cool during the day. Comfortable and easy to style, it's one of those Summer pieces we should all have in our wardrobes. To continue the beat-the-heat theme, I paired the top with a white pair of shorts (same in chambray here).

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Folli Follie Accessories

Since I was wearing an off-the-shoulder top, I wanted to feature some statement earrings. Luckily I had the opportunity to partner with Folli Follie during Swim Week to give you all look at some of my favorite pieces.  I went for this cross pair from Folli Follie and the matching bracelet to boot. Big fan of the collection and felt these were the right amount of bling for the day's activities. For the bag, I also chose Folli Follie, and in particular this versatile, small, light blue number. Not only did it pair perfectly with the outfit, but I knew I needed a bag to take me from day to night and this one does it very well thanks to its size. Big enough to carry everything you need during the day or to work, but small enough to be worn to a fun, casual dinner at night time or happy hour. 

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To finish off the outfit and add some height (hehe), I chose my current go-to espadrilles from Schutz

How do you beat the heat but remain chic? Let me know your tips and tricks in the comments below!

As always, thank you for reading!