You may have noticed how much I love basket purses. I’ve started quite the collection, with 14 and counting, my closet is beginning to look like a basket weaver’s workshop! Under $100 and one of a kind, these unique purses are the perfect way to bring new life to your wardrobe, and they go with everything!
Archives for April 2018
I love bold, unique wardrobe pieces, and this Free People, J. Crew, and Mary Frances Combo is no exception! Check out these fun and unique pieces, and see more of what I’ve been wearing lately on AnnieWearsIt.com, or my Instagram @AnnieFairfax!
I love the environment, and I want my fashion choices to reflect that. I’ve partnered with PrAna to share their organic cotton blouse, available in 4 colors, and show how it holds up in the heat of the Mexico desert. Spoiler Alert: This is my new favorite top!
This wrap dress is so comfortable, easy to wear, and is the perfect day-to-night piece, plus it’s currently on sale for less than $70!
I’ve worn Palm Beach Sandals for years, because they’re versatile and luxurious! They come in dozens of color combinations from neutrals and metallic to neons and even school color combinations, plus they’re available in lots of different styles like the classic Palm Beach styles shown here, wedges, Wellington, and a few others, plus you can […]
Zak Ik is a luxury boutique inside Azulik Resort, underneath Kin Toh Treetop Restaurant in Tulum, Mexico that sells everything from shoes, handbags, and totes to dresses, tops, swim coverups and more. Before entering, we were asked to remove our shoes in order to “connect with the Earth”, and it was only the beginning of […]
This easy to wear piece helped me save room in my suitcase, by doing double duty as a lovely day dress, and the perfect dress for a night dancing in plaza near our hotel. It’s currently on sale, and available in another lovely print too!
The ruins of Tulum were one of the highlights of our visit to the area. Built more than 1,000 years ago, these stunning relics of the past are a great way to experience the history of the people who originally inhabited this area. For only $10 USD/person, visitors can walk through this ancient Mayan site