Ecuador is in a very blessed position, all the year we have a plenty sun in the sky. So for this ocassion i decided to post about a quick trip I made to a beach named General Villamil. This beach is located very close from Guayaquil, aprox one hour and a half. Maybe the night life is not so evident like in other ecuadorian seaboards, but the township is working on this point.
There are several places to eat seafood ( I went to La Ostra que fuma, they have one of the best dishes like the gratin oyster).
Address:Township of Playas, Street 8
If you are a desserts lover, you have to visit ” La Casa de Marie et Gabriel”, and ask them for their lemon pie, coconut flan, chocolate cake and other pretty deliciuos stuff.
Adress: Ave. Jaime Roldós Aguilera, angled to “la Madre de Playas” park.
I went in company of two good friends, one of them took all the photos / @JossKat. I have to admited that eventhough we live in a warm country, we don´t always have the chance to go to the beach, so when I arrived to Playas I decided to go directly to the sea. I wore a classic light blue model hat, you can find it here, and my favourite pair of sandals, the Eco Panama Sandals and a long white blouse with some red embroidery.
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Just a little note about when I discovered the Polyvore amazing website and that I realized it would help me a lot with ???. I have always had fun with my sisters clicking on a product image and instantly having it in my closet (at least this app gives me a virtual experience on how I would look like with these outfits).
As my daily options I prefer to dress casual (most of my clothes are black, grey or blue) but this year I decided to start using more colorful clothes. I let you some examples on how to combine the must-have hat of the season, a Panama Hat and some nice apparel.
You can find the entire models here,
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These days my city, Guayaquil has a weather that changes very dramatically. Last Tuesday I wanted to take some photos with an outfit that I really liked it, and you know what? The raindrops began to fall and at that moment the only two things I was thinking about was: 1) I only need a single photo of my oufit (the hat must be photographed) 2) Smile-eventhought-you know you are getting totally wet.
The sky was totally cloudy and I was a little disapointed, but nevermind I think I got at least some good photos and hope you like it. The only light above my head was a lighthouse (surely you will notice that).
Perhaps you will tell me how did I do to keep my Panama Hat dry? I will tell you a little secret… (Ecua-Andino’s 2015 collection launched a special plastic protection for the hat, you will see the photo below)
So if you want to go out, but are not quite sure of the weather, don’t worry there’s always a solution to it.
For this occasion I wore a casual pair of jeans, some black sandals and a black striped blouse. But my best election was the urban style model hatfor my head.
You can find it here.
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Pics by Virgit Canaz (www.preppyfashionist.com)