Mykonos continued

The island of Mykonos is full of surprises. Every twist and turn brings with it new blue and white adventures, promises of authentic culture and history. I have loved exploring the winding streets, taking pictures at every second, wanting to keep the movie-like scenes with me forever.  Whether it’s a cute little cove, complimented by the clearest of waters, or a street bustling with locals, I love it all.

We have moved hotels a couple of times, keen to explore all aspects of the island. We stayed at the beautiful Belvedere Hotel, a crisp white haven at the town’s summit. After days wondering, popping in to the most divine little boutiques (sometimes it pays to come here empty handed; we wanted to buy it all), there is nothing better than jumping in to the tantalizing pool, letting your mind wonder as you gaze upon the floating bourgonvilia; pink floral dots just sipping past you.

Then came the Santa Marina, a little slice of beach luxury, with what seemed like hundreds of little pools placed intricately up the cliff. Everywhere you looked were different coves; some offering honeymoon worthy vistas, others foamy waves for some added drama.

Whilst you can’t stay in a hotel forever, we wanted to. They’re all that beautiful. But they’re only little snippets of what this island has to offer, and so the rest of it awaits…

Outfit Details
Bikini by Monday Swimwear, Pants by Faithful the Brand, Bag by Revolve, Hat bought locally // White Dress by Zimmermann, Bag by Michael Kors, Shoes by Zimmermann // Polka dot Dress by Tularosa // White pants by Faithfull the Brand, Shirt by J.Mclaughlin, Shoes by Zimmermann, Bag by Bulgari






  1. The link to the red dress is incorrect an I can’t find it on Google.. Is there any way to provide more info on where to find the red polka dot dress? I’m in love with it!

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