My recent whirlwind trip to the Caribbean was nothing short of exotic, breathtaking, and inspiring. In preparation for this three part adventure I knew there was only one designer I was interested in using for my wardrobe while I was filming excursions for Coconut Bay in St. Lucia and then reviewing b2 Hotel in downtown Miami, and Scrub Island Resort in the BVI. Lisa Kaminski’s swim and resort wear has been featured before on my blog and her pieces never fail to strike the perfect silhouette. Whether you are dressing up or down her collectible designs make a scene and turn heads. I confess swim wear has always been a little tricky on my curvy figure. However there is just something about Lisa’s designs that make me feel like a million bucks. She truly knows how to wield a special kind of magic in her garments. The kind of magic that might just convince you that romance, adventure, and intrigue are still very much alive.
|Everything in one medium carry on bag and a tote bag for my electronics and purse.|
|Loved this organized bag where I kept accessories, makeup, and toiletries.|
|Remember this dress? Check out the bikini version below!|
|The Barcelona Swimsuit Love the bikini version!|
|The sexy Revered II mono-kini made me feel like a Bond Girl|
|The Soleil Tunic was a match for the Caribbean sunshine!|
Love this shot provided by Bclip for Coconut Bay Resort in St. Lucia with the famous Pitons in the background.
|I wore this versatile maxi quite a bit. Flattering, yet still colorful and light enough for the warm tropics.|
|This dress was perfect pool side or topped with a jacket for the airport.|
|What’s hotter than a white bikini on a Catamaran?|
|Going Snorkeling in this cute fish print. Contrasting prints with the multicolored cover up.|
|That black mono-kini making an appearance again.|
|Coconut Bay Resort provided lots of sun hats and wraps from their boutique.|
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