In today’s edition of What I Wore This Week, Ciarra Lorren Zatorski shares her past five days—which just so happened to coincide with her much-needed Caribbean holiday.
Some favor their birth months, others, the Yuletide season. For me, August is the clear winner as the one month of the year that the fashion world seemingly comes to a halt, and us working within it can recharge our drained batteries. Don’t get me wrong—the lack of monotony and the unceasing hustle and bustle of the industry lead to a thrilling day-to-day. But, truth be told, we all need some R&R from time to time.
This year was certainly no exception. After weeks of back-to-back photoshoots, longer workdays than usual, and of course, navigating the restrictions of the ongoing pandemic, the anticipation of August’s holiday grew stronger by the minute. August has finally rolled around, and my two weeks of break have officially begun—hallelujah.
In celebration of summer vacation and the world’s reemergence as part of the vaccinated population, I took a trip to Aruba, the secluded yet breathtaking gem of the Caribbean named “One Happy Island.” There, the sun is always shining and the weather is sweet. Picture-perfect beaches of powdery white sand and clear water stretching the length of the small island become your backyard and the carefree natives your neighbors. There’s a certain spirit to Aruba—one of ease and simplicity that tends to grab ahold of your worries and send them out to sea. It’s anything but the New York lifestyle. Life is simple; life is trouble-free. And, life in Aruba calls for a much more relaxed wardrobe than that of the east coast. Take a walk in my shoes for a week of easy, breezy (and predominantly monochromatic) island dressing below.
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