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dmargherite_jannely-7848Coconut Grove is one of my favorite areas to stroll around during the weekend. I am still in vacation mode and suffering from PTD (Post Travel Depression). This is a real thing and I will share with you tips on how to survive the symptoms. If you ever feel going on vacation after you came from vacation, then you are experiencing the damages of PTD. There are little changes you can do in your everyday life to cure wanderlust. I always try to change my everyday outfit during weekends and use something more travel appropriate. You can trick your mind while you are still stuck in your city.

To welcome the Summer with all the good vibes, I have decided to recreate my wardrobe with more bright and soft colors. Old Navy has a great selection of summer clothing for a great price. I haven’t bought there since my last time I traveled to New York. That was 6 years ago. After stepping inside Old Navy again, I discovered this floral print pants with incredible fit. I recommend you check their selection of pants and dresses. Perfect for summer days and the upcoming holidays.

I continue to dig into the 70’s mood with this fringed crop top that my friend Estephanie gave me for my birthday. She really knows my style and I felt in love the moment I tried it on. This is the perfect top for all summer long.

So going back into PTD, a good way to enjoy summer season without having to step out of your city is to Staycation. Last Monday, I decided to go to the beach with my parents and rent some umbrellas and chairs. It was the perfect day. If you are feeling more fancy, rent a hotel room and just enjoy a Margarita by the pool. Next weeks I will be sharing more ideas to cure PTD and how to enjoy your vacations at home. Have a lovely day friends!

Pants: Old Navy (similar)    Top: L’amour (JcPenney)    Earrings: Ohm Boutique 

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dmargherite_jannely-7858Photography by Danielle Margherite