Vacation Every Day with Palm Breeze


Palm Breeze

I dream of leading a relaxed tropical life filled with sand, sun and beachside bliss. Everyday would be a vacation day and a colorful beach cabana would be my permanent address. If an everlasting island retreat is also a dream of yours, Palm Breeze sparkling alcohol spritz is the perfect beverage for you and your entourage of friends. It’s light and sweet taste combined with the perfect amount of fizz makes it ideal for a summer get together, beach party, pool party, girls’ night or tropical themed cocktail party.

With the help of Palm Breeze, I turned my friend’s patio and later my NYC roof deck into my very own tropical destinations. Even without palm trees, clear water and white sand, the fun, refreshing sparkle of Palm Breeze made a simple Saturday feel like an afternoon in paradise.

Summer Cocktails

Palm Breeze sparkling alcohol spritz

Palm Breeze‘s delicious flavors, Ruby Red Citrus and Pineapple Mandarin Orange, can be served in the can, on ice, in a decorative glass or mixed with vodka. You could even serve it in a coconut if you want to be extra tropical. After all, nothing makes you feel more like you’re at a resort than drinking from a coconut. As for food, I love pairing Palm Breeze with Mexican favorites such as chips and guacamole, tacos and quesadillas. Not only do they go well with the tropical elements of the beverage, they are also party classics your guests will love. So why not soak up the sun this summer with a cool glass of Palm Breeze?

This summer Palm Breeze and Blo Blow Dry Bar are hosting fun girls’ nights across the country featuring tropical beach blowouts, tasty hors d’oeuvres and Palm Breeze drinks. Gather your girlfriends and RSVP here to their events in San Diego, DCAustin and Dallas. Cheers!

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Saturday Socialite Link Up: Bridal Edition

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With love in the air and June weddings just around the corner, I wanted to feature some of my favorite bridal links. Enjoy!

Gain inspiration for these stunning real weddings (theknot.com)

Ask a wedding expert – who pays for what? (junebugweddings.com)

Best honeymoon destinations by month (brides.com)

19 flower crowns to top off your wedding style (marthastewartweddings.com)

Marchesa shares 6 tips every bride should know before getting married (townandcountrymag.com)

Deliciously gorgeous wedding cakes (weddingwire.com)

Wedding belles engagement ring coin purse (katespade.com)

Free People launches bohemian bridal line (huffingtonpost.com)

How to make a DIY wedding planning kit (stylemepretty.com)

Beautiful beach wedding dresses (destinationweddingmag.com)

20 makeup tips every bride should know (cosmopolitan.com)

Black and white wedding inspiration (100layercake.com)

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Celebrate Caribbean Week New York at the Rum and Rhythm Benefit & Auction

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One of the best parts of living in New York City is leaving it for a beautiful exotic location. While it’s always nice to come back to the excitement of the five boroughs, sometimes New Yorkers just need a break. When life calls for some time away, I like to trade in the island of Manhattan for the islands of the Caribbean. Every time I visit the Caribbean, I fall in love all over again with its beauty, beaches, warmth and culture.

Having a Venezuelan mother, I’ve been exposed to Caribbean culture, food and of course vacations since before I can remember. As for the food, I absolutely love arepas, empanadas and cachapas. As a child I used to spend summers swimming in the Caribbean Sea and taking in the Caribbean sun at a beachside club known as Puerto Azul. I’ve also visited beaches, local markets and the breathtaking Virgen del Valle on the Venezuelan island of Margarita. In the next few years, I hope to take a much-needed Caribbean cruise and visit the islands of St. Thomas and St Barths. When trading an island for an island, I’d trade in Manhattan any day for an afternoon on a Caribbean beach with white sand, relaxing waves and clear blue water.

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From June 1st through June 5th, the Caribbean Tourism Organization is bringing the flavor of the Caribbean to New York City with Caribbean Week New York 2015. The goal of Caribbean Week New York is to celebrate the unique travel experiences, business offerings and more that the Caribbean offers. The main event – the Rum and Rhythm Benefit & Auction taking place on the evening of June 5th at the exclusive Tribeca 360 at 10 Desbrosses St. in Manhattan. This event will feature samples of the region’s award-winning rums, cocktails by popular mixologists, authentic Caribbean culinary cuisine, musical entertainment and a fund-raising silent auction benefiting the CTO Foundation for Caribbean nationals pursuing studies in tourism and hospitality. To savor the taste, spirit and sounds of the Caribbean at the Rum and Rhythm Benefit & Auction, reserve your tickets here.

Caribbean Week New York offers a number of events catering to the media, travel agents and people interested in unforgettable Caribbean experiences. On the evening of June 3rd, couples interested in a destination wedding and/or honeymoon can visit the Caribbean Romance Pavilion at EZ Studios. Take a look at the events calendar to see what else Caribbean Week New York has to offer. Mark your calendars for Caribbean Week and celebrate the culture, diversity and of course the cuisine of this amazing region at the Rum and Rhythm Benefit & Auction.

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post, but the opinions are all my own.

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Mother’s Day Weekend Recap

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I’m originally from Wilmington, Delaware and went home for Mother’s Day weekend. Since my sister now lives in Baltimore, Saturday we spent the day with her in the Inner Harbor. While you may have seen lots of riots and chaos in the news lately, there’s a side of Baltimore that you didn’t see. I absolutely love strolling around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and seeing all of the beautiful boats go by. It’s totally worth a visit, especially for the aquarium. Here I am (above and to the left) with my mom and sister in the Inner Harbor.

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See what I mean?

Baltimore Maryland Inner Harbor

How about now?

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The next day, we treated Mom to a classic Mother’s Day brunch.

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And celebrated my cousin’s 21st birthday with a pie.

I hope your Mother’s Day was as wonderful as mine!

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The Met Gala Shows us a New Era in Fashion

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The Met Gala is truly the ultimate night of fashion. It’s elegance, exclusivity and overall beauty are beyond compare. This year, however, the fashion (or should I say lack there of it) took the red carpet to a whole new level. While I absolutely loved  Amal Clooney‘s red gown and Sarah Jessica Parker‘s daring headdress, when it came to Beyoncé, Kim Kardashian, and J.Lo’s nearly naked dresses, I couldn’t help but feel that I was looking at flesh not fashion. 

I’ve always seen the perfect red carpet look as a dress that compliments the woman wearing it. While we should admire the couture gown, what we should ultimately remember is the woman who wore it. In the case of these fabulous three women, I didn’t see or remember a dress, all I saw was the woman. While their amazing bodies absolutely deserve to be flaunted and shared with the world, I wondered why they chose to wear so little at an event celebrating fashion.

According to an article I read in The Cut, this minimal wardrobe choice is part of a new trend known as the “couture body.” While wearing an expensive designer gown is still a status symbol, the couture body takes it to the next level. With all of the expensive trainers, nutritionists, doctors and luck of the draw genetics that goes into achieving a red carpet-worthy body, it’s no wonder that we’ve moved into a post fashion era where figures are the new Fendi and curves are the new Chanel. In a world where a toned physique is often a sign of a luxurious lifestyle filled with gym memberships, organic foods and deep tissue massages, it seems like the hot bod has become the ultimate status symbol. While I’m uncertain as to if this is a passing trend or a new era in fashion, it might be time to start hitting the gym twice a day.

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