Valentine’s Day Beach Style

February 8, 2016

I’ve always been a little underwhelmed with Valentine’s Day. Restaurants are crowded, flowers are overpriced, and prix-fixed menus annoy me. Since we live on an island, I’ve come up with a few stress-free Valentine’s Day beach ideas and styles – just add rum.


Casual: Champagne Stroll

Valentine's Day Beach Style Casual

Throw on an adorable swim coverup and accessorize with a cute anklet and sandals before you grab a towel, a bottle of bubbly, and some shatterproof glasses and hit the beach for a sunset stroll and toast.

1. Swim Zip Sophisticated Cover Up 2. Blanc Limé 3. govino Shatterproof Champagne Flutes 4. Swim Zip Circle Towel in “Black Sand Beach”  5. Mary Grace Design Anklet 6. Crocs Sexi Flip Sandal


Active: Beach Cruising

Valentine's Day Beach Style Active

It’s no secret that two of my favorite beach activities are volleyball and ATVing. Add to that my favorite person and you have yourself a fun day. Pack a basket with some easy snacks, gear up with this cute rash guard and my choice sunglasses (I have 2 pairs — just in case) and jet around town, stopping at different beach spots and playing a game.

1. The Beach Glass 2. Vans Tortoise Shell Sunglasses 3. Swim Zip Circle Towel in “Ocean Blues” 4. Picnic Time Canaste Picnic Basket 5. A Cut Above Gift Box 6. Wilson I-Core Mini Pink Game Volleyball 7. Swim Zip Short Sleeve Rash Guard


Romantical: City Evening

Valentine's Day Beach Style Romantical

Slip on a cute maxi dress throw your camera in your clutch and hit the town. Hold hands, explore, and share an ice cream or a beer. There’s something very romantical about walking around an old town with your Valentine.

1. Samsung NX3000 Mirrorless Digital Camera 2. Roll Top Clutch 3. Natasha Drop Earring 4. Lee and Lane Maxi Dress 5. Old Havana, Cuba 6. Essie Polish in Watermelon 7. Kate Aspen Frames


How are you spending your Valentine’s Day this year? 

P.S. one paragraph challenge: how I met your father and looking for someone that things you are magic

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