So I'm back now, back from a wonderful week-long vacation!
Sorry for disappearing like that but now I'm so glad to be back to blogging!
Hope you all had a great week. Can't wait to hear all that I missed and share my travel experiences too.
It was a vacation filled with beach, water, water parks and road trips.
On the 4th of July we were at St Louis, Missouri, a beautiful city with architecturally rich buildings , nestled on the banks of the Mississippi river.
The very mention of St. Louis reminds me of Lewis from St. Louis from the movie Sex and the City. I do not know how many times I've watched every episode of Sex and the City over the years. I've always been a die hard fan of the show- the fashion, the city and the events in the life of the four friends never failed to impress me and the first movie was like an icing on the cake. Right now, I wish I had an assistant like Lewis from St. Louis (Jennifer Hudson), who would help me finish all my pending household chores and catch up on the blogging part and also hook me up with a place which rents expensive bags like her patchwork Louis Vuitton!
Though, I originally planned to wear something in red, white and blue, on the 4th of July, I ended up wearing this comfy, cotton, chevron-striped dress as the temperature was a freaking 102 degrees and the heat and humidity was simply intolerable. In case you are thinking 'What? no red, blue and white on the 4th of July?', my sweet friend was smart enough to collect these red, white and blue bead strands from the parade downtown, and suggested I wear them to bring in the color scheme of the day!!
Tell me, did you wear red, white and blue on America's Independence Day?
How did you celebrate the 4th of July?
What I Am Wearing:
dress- Maurices bag- Steve Madden flats- Kenneth Cole
watch and sunnies- Guess bracelets- Buckle, Forever21
Thanking you Yours faithfully
P.S. My absence for a week has put me behind with all the blogging work and I'm trying to catch up with all your comments and posts. It will take some time but I promise I will visit you all soon. Thanks for all your lovely words in my previous posts!