Hello from Paradise Island in the Bahamas, my friends!
I kind of flew under the radar with my recent travel, but to be honest, I’ve been so focused on everything that this trip totally snuck up on me, too. I’ll share photos and updates with you soon, but you can follow along on Instagram in the interim.
For today, though…
I’m checking in to share a few photos from a really fun project I did last week with Shoptiques, an online shopping site that’s basically a curated selection of hard-to-find fashion from the world’s best boutiques.
(Read on to learn more about the site/see more photos, but first: The best part of our shoot last week? This impromptu puppy photobomb. I died!)
Have you heard of Shoptiques? I hadn’t, admittedly, until I started to learn more about the site over the past few weeks.
It’s a brilliant idea, really – and I’ll give you the cliff notes version: Shoptiques.com is a website that allows you to “filter through the clutter” of the fashion world and get immediate access to local boutiques across the globe (in cities like New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Paris and more).
It’s a great concept for girls who live in non-metropolitan cities, are time-starved, or just want to discover new brands and boutiques.
I also curated a selection of my favorite spring dresses, skirts and other separates, which you can find here.
My favorite thing about Shoptiques is that they list what boutique your item is actually coming from – including a few of my favorites: Pinkyotto and Bash & Bow in New York; and Mulberry & Me in Chicago.
Before buying, you can read up on neighborhood details, specific boutique reviews and even facts about the owners, so you really get the whole “shop local” vibe. Cool, right?
A quick trip to Le Corner des Createurs in Paris, anyone?
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My picks | this post (below):
Lastly, Shoptiques just launched their mobile app, which makes shopping the site and saving your favorites that much easier. You can download it here (or if you prefer desktop, you can shop the site here).
I have a few more looks to share with you from our photoshoot, and you can expect those next week. Stay tuned!
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*FYI, this is not a sponsored post.