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Style Spotlight & New Prints for Spring Break

Are you ready to elevate your Spring Break style game? Introducing the brand new Sophia Dress and our best-selling Bananakeet Dress in ALL NEW PRINTS -discover the Palm Print, ZigZag, Fan Print and more!!

Sophia Dress: Effortless Elegance

The Sophia Dress is the epitome of effortless elegance. Its flattering silhouette and lightweight linen fabric make it ideal for beachside strolls or brunch with friends. Available in vibrant new prints inspired by tropical blooms and ocean hues, the Sophia Dress adds a touch of sophistication to your Spring Break look.

Pair it with strappy sandals and a wide-brimmed hat for a chic daytime ensemble, or dress it up with statement earrings and wedges for a night out on the town. However you style it, the Sophia Dress is sure to turn heads wherever you go.

Bananakeet Dress: Island Vibes

If you're dreaming of palm trees swaying in the breeze and crystal-clear waters, the Bananakeet Dress is your go-to choice. Made from breezy linen and featuring playful new prints, this dress exudes laid-back island vibes perfect for your Spring Break getaway.

Whether you're exploring local markets, lounging by the pool, or sipping cocktails at sunset, the Bananakeet Dress keeps you cool and stylish all day long. Its versatile design transitions seamlessly from day to night, making it a suitcase essential for any tropical escape.

Why Choose Linen?

Both the Sophia Dress and Bananakeet Dress are crafted from high-quality linen, a fabric known for its breathability and timeless appeal. Linen keeps you comfortable in warm weather by allowing airflow and wicking away moisture, ensuring you stay cool and fresh under the sun.

Linen also adds a touch of luxury to your Spring Break wardrobe. Its natural texture and relaxed drape give off a casual-chic vibe that's perfect as a beach coverup or a night out!

Shop Now and Embrace Spring Break Style

Ready to dive into Spring Break fashion with the Sophia Dress and Bananakeet Dress? Visit our website to explore the latest prints and get ready to make a splash on your vacation!




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JetSet to Grenada

JetSet to Grenada

We caught up with the inimitable Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon (aka JetSetSarah) after her recent trip to Grenada.  Sarah knows our islands almost better than we do.  She’s a travel writer, on screen host, and a self described “Carivangelist”. We’ve hung out with her in the Virgin Islands and appreciated her quick take on the Spice Island of Grenada. Follow her adventures on Instagram and on Facebook and at JetSetSarah.com

  1. How often do you travel to Grenada and what makes it such a special island?This was my fifth visit to the “Spice Island” and even though I’ve only been home a few days I’m already looking forward to my sixth! Grenada is at the sweet spot of being an island that’s relatively undiscovered by crowds and still genuinely welcoming and also having a diverse and developed (but not too developed!) tourism product in terms of hotels, restaurants and activities. You can have a high-end and vacation in a luxury resort or a homey, intimate stay at a bed-and-breakfast. Either way, you’re guaranteed a good time.
  2. What’s your favourite thing to do in Grenada?Most people don’t know that Grenada is a three-island nation with two sister islands, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. I’ve done day trips (it takes two hours on the ferry) from St. George’s to Carriacou, which has just 7,000 people, a single gas station and, they say, 100 rum shops. I’d love to go back and stay over for a couple of nights to really get the feel of the place without rushing to make the afternoon ferry.
  3. Can you give us an “insider” tip to the most unique attraction on the island? On this last trip I visited Grand Etang National Reserve for the first time. It’s a 3,000-acre protected rainforest in the center of the island that’s really popular with hikers and birdwatchers. I went with local guide Simon Green, whose company, Hidden Treasures Hikes, offers custom tours. We hiked to Grand Etang, the crater lake at the center of the forest, and saw Mona monkeys swinging in the trees. Visitors make the mistake of thinking that beaches are the Caribbean’s best or only asset. But there’s so much more magic to be found when you leave the coast and go deeper. Grenada is proof.
  4. Give us a rundown of your favourite places to stay/eat/drink on the island? Stay: I was a guest at a couple of places, at opposite ends of Grenada’s best-known beach, Grand Anse. Silversands is a two-year-old luxury resort with a fabulous spa and the Caribbean’s longest infinity pool. Mount Cinnamon has a clutch of villas and suites on the hillside above the southern end of the beach and is a great pick for families. On my next trip I have my eye on a stay at Calabash Hotel, a family-run boutique beachfront resort on the south coast. Eat: No one leaves Grenada without eating at BB’s Crabback in St. George’s. It’s a family run join on the water that’s famous for its - you guessed it - crab backs. Drink: I don’t have a favorite bar but I do recommend that wherever you choose you order a traditional rum punch. Everyone has a slightly different recipe but they’re all so good, and ALWAYS topped with a generous dusting of nutmeg. Grenada is the world’s second-largest exporter of the aromatic spice, so not to try it would be rude!
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