We are so blessed to spend so much time here in Florida during the winter. Even though we are here for over 2 months, packing lightweight garments that are super versatile & can easily take you from day to night is key.
I still look for pieces that can serve many purposes & take the brainwork out of getting dressed no matter what we are doing. I love the concept of “Day-to-Dinner” & Amita Naithani does just that! Their entire Resort & Summer 2017 collection can take you from the beach or pool to cocktails or even a glamorous night on the town.
The warm, sunny days are perfect for enjoying some relaxation on the beach or by the pool, but once the sun goes down, it’s time to ditch your beach look for an evening enjoying dinner & drinks with friends. Here’s a sexy night look with my Amita Naithani Summer Batik Print Poncho.
By incorporating an ancient process from India, Amita Naithani is able to design unique handmade pieces with gorgeous detailing. This not your average cover-up with the intricate delicate print & double striped detail along the hemline. There’s no denying the elegance & beauty of this tunic!
Since we were heading from the beach to bar, here’s what I had in my carry-all.
PACKED FOR LATER:
- Tiny, feminine bracelets. My Summer Batik Print Poncho is the statement, so I didn’t want my jewelry to compete with the look.
- Perforated faux leather shorts. It has pockets that are perfect for ID, credit card & lip gloss.
- Studded cage heels. These give me that much needed beach to bar sexy boost.
- Thin, studded, faux leather belt to create an hourglass silhouette.
This super luxurious, sensuous fabric offsets the toughness of the faux leather shorts & studded cage heels. I transformed this tunic into evening attire with a slight cinch of the waist utilizing my tiny faux leather belt.
I can’t wait to showcase my fun, beachy look with my Summer Batik Print Poncho in my next post. Definitely come back for another visit!
So, how do you transition a day look for evening? What key items do you look for?
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Disclaimer: I was compensate for this blog post. The styling & words are my own.