Sunday, June 12, 2016

Palm Springs (Part 2)










DRESS: Chicwish // SANDALS: Bettyville (soldout) similar here and here// WATCH: Michael Kors
CLUTCH: Pom Pom // SUNGLASSES: Karen Walker c/o Ditto // EARRINGS: Francesca's (sold out) similar here and here 



I wanted to share this gorgeous boho embroidered dress from ChicWish that I wore on my birthday in Palm Springs. I wanted a fun, comfy, and breathable dress to wear in the desert and this one was perfect. I love the embroidered details and the kimono inspired style look that is trending everywhere this season. I also love that the dress is lined which is usually a rare find. I’m wearing a cami inside for a more conservative look, but it also looks gorgeous without it. The lace up details of the dress is absolutely stunning. I’m wearing an XS and it does run true to size. I love pairing it with my Valentino inspired sandals or for a more dressier look, pair them with some nude heels or pumps. I decided to pair this look with my favorite pom pom clutch and my new sunglasses from Ditto which are the Karen Walker poolside sunglasses. I love this service which allows you to rent designer sunglasses for $24 a month and you can switch them out anytime for a new pair. If you are interested in trying this service (which I highly recommend) you can use my code STYLESREVEALED  at checkout at www.ditto.com to get your 1st month’s absolutely FREE. I’ve already traded three different designer sunglasses which included my favorite designer, Prada. I honestly love and want to keep them all.

 It’s funny when we were looking for places to shoot this outfit and the Mikado restaurant was right in front of us. We actually had dinner here last year and it was my first experience with dining at a Hibachi grill. Hibachi is a great experience and I recommend that you try it at least once in your life. You choose from a menu of food and  the chefs cook everything in front of you.  While they are cooking, they are providing entertainment by doing tricks with their cooking gadgets and releasing fire which literally come out of nowhere. I was a bit weary of the knives trick and fire and honestly stood back a little.  They also launch food in your mouth which I certainly didn’t care for since it never made it inside my mouth. I was actually a little embarrassed since everyone seem to “catch” their food and I was the only one that didn’t. My husband reassured me that it happens to everyone, but I think he was only trying to make me feel better. Despite not catching the food, it was a fun experience and the food was great.
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