Traveling in Style: My Cartagena Lookbook

I'm fresh off the heels of an incredible vacation! I already shared my travel tips and must-do activities in the city, but just as important, is what you wear for each. I had so many amazing pictures from my short trip that I wanted to do one all about my lookbook. 

Day 1

 Hanging on the balcony of our villa in my  Tobi Come Together Shift Dress

Hanging on the balcony of our villa in my Tobi Come Together Shift Dress

For exploring the city after flying in, I changed into this comfortable, chic sundress from Tobi. It was perfect for wandering around the beautiful streets of Cartagena. The fabric is soft and breezy and the lace-up detail is a great finishing touch.

Day 2 

 Ice cream and head wraps are hot weather essentials

Ice cream and head wraps are hot weather essentials

After getting messy at El Totumo, I wanted to clean up but stay comfortable. I opted for a pair of vintage jean shorts and blush lace-up bodysuit. Since my hair was too much of a mess to deal with after the mud, I gave it a quick rinse and tied on a colorful head wrap, then adding a pair of fringe earrings for a look just screamed summer vacay. 

Day 3

Cartagena Private Boat White Party

Today was the day we decided to party it up on a private boat we chartered to explore the Rosario Islands. Some of the girls and I decided to make it a white party, so I rocked the Gigi neoprene bikini from Triangl. I'm obsessed with their bikinis! They fit well, look super luxe but are pretty inexpensive, and it came with a really cute neoprene drawstring bag that doubled as my backpack for the day. 

Day 4

 Getting lost in the city in my  Tobi Carlie Skater Dress

Getting lost in the city in my Tobi Carlie Skater Dress

Cartagena is such a bright, vibrant city, so this lilac skater dress from Tobi was a perfect fit for an afternoon walking around town taking pics with the squad. The temperature was 85-90 degrees each day, so something short, breezy, and open was exactly what I needed. It was such a beautiful dress I kept the rest of the look simple, just fringe earrings and a fishtail braid to keep my hair out of my way.

And if you noticed, yes I did wear the same gold flatforms every day! I despise checking luggage so picked footwear that was comfortable enough for walking around in and would work with all my other outfits. 

Let me know what are your go-to items for vacation and how you style them! And thank you to Tobi for collaborating with me on this post!