Spring ‘13 is brought to you by the island of Antigua. With it's bluer than blue waters, hundreds of pristine beaches, and amazing boats. Not to mention locals who made us feel right at home (even though we were thousands of miles from ours). Day trips. Shopping. Snorkeling. Sightseeing. Or just kicking back and enjoying an ice cold Wadadli, the local brew here. We had all the Good Life elements that truly inspire us—the perfect warm-up act for summer!
|Want to know a sight that always makes us smile? A weathered teak deck and turquoise water. The Caribbean is loaded with it. On both accounts.||Here's something we never get tired of looking at: Sunsets through the palms. Or is it palms and an early morning sunrise? Either way a great way to end or start your day.||Yawl like this one! There's nothing like the sight of a classic wooden sailboat. (In this case a yawl.) Nautical elements are always popping up at our place. From ties to tables..|
|Nestled among the Antiguan mountains and turquoise blue waters is the town of Falmouth Harbour. It's a natural bay and, during the season—a haven for some of the most amazing boats on earth.||Antigua is blessed with 365 beaches, each totally unique. Think about it. That means you could stick your toes in a different stretch of sand every day. How amazing is that?||If you're lucky enough to stay at Curtain Bluff (like we did) one thing you have to check out is the balcony overlooking the bluff itself. You get an amazing 270° view of two bays at once. Margaritas anyone?|
|From November to March, Antigua becomes the Caribbean's go-to place for superyachts. A.k.a. the season for one big boating party.||Diamonds are a girl's best friend. But once you try on our light, breezy new Diamond Lattice Tunic…BFF just doesn't quite seem to describe it.||You'll see it in our new Curtain Bluff Dress. And the shorts. And the bathing suit. (Did we leave anything out?) The colors of the bold, sunny national flag of Antigua so it always reminds us of the amazing times we had there.|