Beach Trip Outfit Inspiration – The Honeymoon Edition

Hi friends! It’s been a while, but I have returned. I am officially a “Mrs.” now and am settling back into the real world after our wedding and honeymoon. Will and I honeymooned in Antigua last week, right after our wedding. So, today I would like to share what I wore on our honeymoon for some beach trip outfit inspiration. The weather in Antigua was partly cloudy and had a high temperature in the low 80s every day. With the a constant beach breeze, it never felt super hot. This meant I was able to comfortably wear shorts and sleeveless tops when I wasn’t in my bathing suit – what more do you need when at the beach!?

Now, before we got to Antigua, we had an unplanned detour in Miami due to a flight delay. We were happy to stay in Miami for a day and get some relaxing pool time in. Thankfully our airline and hotel in Antigua pushed our travel arrangements back so our trip was not shortened. The outfit below I wore in Miami after some pool time and right before venturing to South Beach. My light pink crossbody bag from Sole Society has been a favorite piece of mine this spring. It was perfect for traveling as well since it does not take up much room and the blush shade goes with everything!

Beach Trip Outfit Inspiration - What I Wore on our Honeymoon - Miami - SCsScoop

Outfit Details: Crop Top (similar) | High-waisted Jeans | Sunglasses | Crossbody Bag | Necklace

Once in Antigua, my main outfit was a bathing suit with a cover-up since we were on the beach or a boat everyday. The resort we stayed at required more dressy attire for dinner, so I wore the floral dress below from Lulus. I got this dress specifically for our honeymoon and I loved how the colors mimicked all the bright flowers that bloom in Antigua.

Beach Trip Outfit Inspiration - What I Wore on our Honeymoon - Antigua - SCsScoop

Beach Trip Outfit Inspiration - What I Wore on our Honeymoon - Antigua - SCsScoop

Outfit Details: Floral Dress (similar #1, similar #2) | Initial Necklace | Sandals

If you are interested in Will’s outfit details, you can find everything listed here. Below are a few other favorite pieces I wore during our honeymoon and travels. I like to keep my beach trip outfits pretty simple so mixing and matching for different looks takes a minimal effort. The floral sweatshirt linked below is a major favorite. It is so cozy and was perfect for the plane rides.

My Beach Trip Outfit Necessities

Now that I am back in D.C. I cannot wait for summer weather so I can wear these items again. Do you have any go-to beach trip outfits or pieces you love for beach vacations? What did you wear on your honeymoon? Whether you are beach-bound or not, I would love to hear about the new outfits you have picked out for spring or upcoming summer vacations.

Cheers!

Sarah Camille

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Most Popular Blog Posts of 2017

Hi friends and happy New Year! I am back home after an unplugged weekend with Will in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Getting back into my groove this week has taken extra time. Is it just me!? I have been reflecting on all the changes I have encountered in the past year. While I look to the year ahead, I thought I would first share with you the ten most popular blog posts of 2017.

First, here’s a little peek of our weekend adventures. We hiked more than 11 miles through snow in 17 degree weather. This may sound terrible for some of you, but we had an absolute blast. It warmed my soul (the hot tub helped with that too!) and gave me the fresh, quiet air that I was craving.

Now, here are the….

Most Popular Blog Posts of 2017!

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#1 ~ Good Stress & my 30 Minute HIIT Treadmill Workout – This post features a HIIT Treadmill workout that I have enjoyed all year long. The workout has also been super popular on Pinterest.

 

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Wedding Registry Tips - most popular blog posts - SCs Scoop#3 ~ 10 Wedding Registry Tips to Make the Process Easy – Creating a wedding registry was one of those things I thought would be simple. But, the options out there made it confusing. If you’re getting married soon, this post will be worth bookmarking!

 

How to Style White Jeans for Fall - most popular blog posts - SCs Scoop#4 ~ How to Style White Jeans for Fall – A Summer to Fall Transition – Clothes you can wear for multiple seasons are always a great option. This post will provide some style inspiration for you.

 

#5 ~ Getting that Summer GLOW: Rodan + Fields Sunless Foaming Tan Review – Reviewing this product was a lot of fun for me, so I’m happy so many people have enjoyed reading it! I am still amazed by the natural look this sunless tanner provides.

IMG_0455#6 ~ Prevent the Damage of Gel Manicures with this Alternative Nail Polish – If you get annoyed by the damage gel manicures does to your nails, this product will be your new best friend. It was one of the best beauty product discoveries I had in 2017!

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View More: http://joffoto.pass.us/the-little-market-in-dc#8 ~ 11 Cheap Date Ideas & a New Bag from The Little Market! – Having fun with your partner doesn’t have to cost much! If you’re looking to create more quality time with your love in 2018 this post is for you.

img_4241#9 ~ The Ultimate Fall Fashion Checklist – Fall is my favorite season because of all the layers you can incorporate in a look. This post will help you get the fashionable fall looks you have been wanting.

Lady in Red Perfume for Holiday Season & Promo Code - SCsScoop.com#10 ~ Lady in Red Perfume for the Holiday Season & Promo Code – This fragrance is my new favorite. I enjoyed talking about a new brand that has a lot going for it too.

Just thinking about these ten posts alone, I realize what a busy year 2017 was for me. I had a blast putting my creative energy into this blog and partnering with some awesome brands. I am super excited to see what 2018 has in store for my little corner or the world wide web!

THANK YOU to everyone who has supported me along the way! Your continual support means so much more than you know. 

Now, I would love to here from you! Is one of my popular blog posts your favorite from 2017? What content would you love to see more or less of in the new year? Any and all feedback is welcome in the comments below.

To stay in the loop, you can subscribe to Sarah Camille’s Scoop in the righthand sidebar. You can also follow me on Facebook, InstagramTwitter and Pinterest!

Before I sign off, I will leave you with one of my favorite New Year wishes, courtesy of writer and fellow blogger Neil Gaiman.

Make Mistakes

Here’s to a wonderful year for you and yours!

Cheers!!

Sarah Camille

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A Christmas Tree Tradition in the Making

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Christmas traditions are like the special ingredients to someone’s holiday season. They are the big, little and most importantly memorable rituals we do. Personally, I love traditions that emphasize family time and connecting with each other. Will and I have created a Christmas Tree Tradition that stems from our first Christmas together. With Christmas so close, I figure it is the perfect time to share our Christmas tree tradition and share a few traditions you can start in your home.

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Our Christmas Tree Tradition

At the beginning of this December, for the third year in a row, Will and I travel west to chop down our Christmas tree together. This year, our new Christmas tree tradition felt extra special because it is the first year we are living together. So, we didn’t have to do “rock, paper, scissors” to see where the tree would end up! And never again will we need to – woohoo!!

On the first Saturday of December, we headed west for our mini road trip to the Christmas tree farm. Thanks to Toyota, we were hooked up with a Land Cruiser to help get us there in style! It was the perfect vehicle to tackle gravel roads, some off-roading, and of course transporting our seven-foot tree home. My favorite feature of this SUV is the bird’s-eye view, which you can see pictured below. I love how it shows your position when you are parking or stopped at an intersection.

Our trip to the Middleburg Christmas Tree Farm is the first step we take to get ready for Christmas. With holiday music playing as we drove into the countryside, venturing to get a Christmas tree feels exciting, but also kind of premature. Every year I have questioned, “How it is already time to do this again!?” Nonetheless, this year we had beautiful weather and we were excited to be keeping the Christmas tree tradition alive.

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Once we got there, we travelled all over the farm for the perfect tree. Ironically, but maybe not surprisingly, this is my favorite part and Will’s least favorite part. So, since the first time we did this, Will has found it necessary to joke about how long it takes me to find the “right” tree. I come up with silly ways of marking them, so I do not forget them, too. This year I put trimmings at the top of trees I liked, which had the advantage of making other tree browsers think “my” trees were defective! Does anyone else do such silly things?!

After scouring through the whole farm, we found a perfectly full and beautiful tree. It was time to cut it down! Just imagine Will cheering, “Finally!!” Once we cut the tree down, we took it away in our buggy to be wrapped up before placing it on our car.

We drove off in our sweet ride and headed home, anticipating all the Christmas to-dos, and all the wonderful quality time to come during the holiday season.

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A Christmas Tree Farm Tradition - Let's Go Places - SCsScoop.com
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Shirt | Quilted Vest (cheaper version)| Scarf  (similar)| Jeans | Boots | Watch | Pineapple Necklace

I hope this is a tradition we will be able to continue for years to come. It is such a lovely way to get enjoy the countryside and kick off the Christmas season. Now that I have shared our new tradition, I would love to know about your holiday traditions.

Do you have a Christmas or holiday tradition that involves traveling somewhere special? Do you have any traditions with your Christmas tree? 

If you don’t have any Christmas tree traditions yet, stay tuned. Tomorrow I will share a few affordable traditions you can start this year.

Thank you again to Toyota for offering us a sweet ride for our mini road trip.

Cheers and happy holidays!

Sarah Camille

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