When the cold winter days in Boston chill you to the bone, you start wishing for the return of spring! Well today’s no different. In order to mix up my normal wintry style choice of chic, no-nonsense black on black, I chose this pink patterned dress. I think the pop of pink is an invitation for spring, and is the perfect way to glam up a basic black ensemble. I would be remiss to exclude a warm blazer coat, along with thick stockings and riding boots, which come together in so many of my outfits that I might as well dub it my winter uniform!
And to make my look complete, I of course bring some of my travels into my wardrobe. My ring is the Inca Rose stone that is found all around Argentina. I bought it on my recent trip through South America, and I absolute love its delicate pattern of pink hues.
This look was perfect for when I attended The Boston Globe Travel Show, which I can’t recommend highly enough! Put it on your calendar for next year, and be prepared for an overwhelming feeling of wanderlust as you learn about all the destinations you can visit.
The travel show was in the Seaport District of Boston, which is one of my favorite parts of the city. The Seaport is growing and rapidly becoming the city’s hottest neighborhood. The ocean front views are everywhere, and the sleek modern buildings give this old historic city a contemporary flare. Some of my favorite bars are here in Seaport District, including Atlantic Beer Garden for after-work drinks, the Envoy Hotel rooftop bar for summertime views of the city skyline, and Lawn on D to enjoy a beer with lawn games and swings! It also has the Institute of Contemporary Art, the Children’s Museum (check out the adult night a couple times each year), and the Harpoon Brewery. There are lots of events to enjoy at the Seaport World Trade Center. And the best seafood restaurant in the city is on the Boston Fish Pier, called No Name. Seaport District is an awesome neighborhood that is becoming very popular with young professionals. It’s one of my favorite places to hang out in Boston!
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Ring: Boutique in Argentina
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