Beach Day Recipe

A great day at the beach needs a few basic ingredients.

Beach, coverup, swimsuit, flip flops, sunglasses and great weather.

Coverups are all about fun bright colors right now. They are a continuation of the fashion from the runways, not just a tropical print sarong.

Poupette St. Barths offers such a cute intrepretation of the off-the-shoulder dress.  Easy to put on, take off and then put on once again to take you to and from the beach to the bar.

True confession, I wear mine backwards because I really like the pompom tie at the waist, but it’s supposed to be at the back.  Fashion, like art, is all about personal interpretation.  

Pitusa is a new found fave of reversecommuter’s.  Spotted at a beach chic boutique in Miami I was unmediated drawn to the neon happy colors and the pompoms – yup, that is all it takes to draw me in!

Funny that a week later at Miami Swim Week who do I meet Clara Lago, the founder of Pitusa , in a gorgeous neon orange layered coverup from the Spring 2017 Collection.
Pitusa  sources it’s cotton from Peru, “Peru’s woven cottons are the best”, and with clever embellishments such as pompoms and evil eye medallions to add unexpected depth and detail to their gorgeous and fun dresses, tops, pants and jumpsuits, it is no surprise this line keeps growing at a breakneck speed since launching in 2011.

Beach bags are crucial.  Not just to hold your stuff but more importantly to deliver your vibe.

Thanks to a self-proclaimed “snarky bitch” cool girl from NYC (think of a girl you would ❤️ to hang out with), who founded Fallon and Royce, beach bags just got a major facelift!  Her wit and sense of humor is our gain, and the price point was an unexpected surprise in a really good way!

Now the only thing to do is grab a great beach read and some spf!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s