I had the greatest time a few weeks ago exploring my neighbor to the north, The Palm Beaches! The trip was filled with vintage + art shopping, delicious food and nights at some of the area’s most prominent resorts. Need I say more?

The lobby of the Boca Resort is always a beauty.

We ended up traveling on ‘National Lemonade Day’, so naturally, we all got some freshly squeezed refreshments in celebration.
worth-avenue-palm-beachThe streets of Worth Avenue is always darling to look at as you walk around. It’s full of the cutest little nooks + crannies, doorways + windows.

Lunch poolside at Shaka Bar & Grill proved delicious and so festive with drinks served in coconuts. The restaurant is next to a surf simulator, the Flow Rider.worth-avenue-palm-beach

worth-avenue-palm-beachWater Sports + Food
Kayaking with Blue Line Surf and Paddle Company was a treat. The staff was super friendly and the shop actually has a great selection of swim + resort wear – including the dress I wore below! Viewing the Jupiter inlet and lighthouse from the water was a great way to mix up our days and do something a bit active. We popped across the street to Guanabanas afterward for a quick bite – they’ve got some great outdoor space on covered terraces overlooking the inlet.backless dress
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A visit to The Gelateria is a must! The owner is just the sweetest guy, and he sure knows his gelato. He whips up a variety of artisanal, seasonal flavors including Lavender {a crowd favorite}
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similar sandals + eyelet skirt

group coconuts

The Boca Resort is a pink palace just made for photos! The amenities aren’t too shabby either…complimentary car service to the nearby Boca Beach Club, several on-site restaurants {including Serendipity and it’s delicious ‘frozen hot chocolate’!}, pools, spa, the list goes on and on. If only I could move in and never leave!

poolside-lunch-boca-raton-resort-and-spa boca-raton-resort-and-spawaldorf-astoria-boca-raton-spaThe Boca Resort has fabulously ornate spa with a service called a ‘Ritual Bath’. If you’re ever visiting, it’s definitely a must try experience! It includes multiple bath options + a water massage.vintage-blue-and-white-books vintage-clock vintage-jewelry

Shopping on Antique Row was definitely a highlight of the trip. Shops like Cashmere Buffalo, CASA Modern & Antiques and Cote Jardin Antiques are beaming with architectural salvage pieces, upholstered furniture, chunky jewelry and beautiful books.

And there you have it! My trip highlights in a nutshell.
Can’t wait to re-visit sooner rather then later!

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