the last of the bests

port in Dominican RepublicThe excitement of the first day stole the majority of pictures, however there were quite a few snaps from the rest of the trip that are worth the share. We went on a catamaran excursion to another island and the famous Blue Lagoon for an entire day and that was by far the most fun for a whole host of reasons. We were fed rum and traditional cuisine, chatted up a troop of baseball players and a couple of mob wives, and just took in the views from hammocks strung up between palm trees. I mean seriously.

leafy greens in Dominican Republicshadow greens in Dominican Republic Brittany, Sally, and Molcoconut waterpalm tree + boat stones on a palm tree palm trees on the beach palm fronds on the beach striped lighthouse lighthouse on the beachAnd for our last supper, we secured reservations at the beachside Mediterranean restaurant and just enjoyed the company and wine and shhing Molly’s explicit and expressive storytelling to respect the English-speakers around us.

Brittany, Sally, and Molly Lindsey and BrittanySimply put, it was a good one and one that I’m already missing and already looking forward to doing again.

And since where there are friends, there is fashion, here are some links to what the gals were gorgeously sporting: Brittany Mac’s (layer this and this for the look), Sally’s, Molly’s, Lindsey’s, and Brittany Hamp’s.

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