Sunny Side Up

Photography by James Woodley
Shot on location at The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami

Lindsey: AYRA Swimwear top, Showroom 305, Miami; Christian Dior sunglasses, Eyes On Lincoln, Miami Beach; and Calypso pants, Encore Plus, Boca Raton. Lilly: Sequin jacket, Hot Pink Style collection; Marc Le Bihan skirt, Deborah James, Fort Lauderdale; and Christian Dior sunglasses, Eyes on Lincoln

“Sequin trends aren’t just for the holidays. More and more, we are seeing sequins implemented into summer wardrobes. Don’t be afraid to pair light sequins with a matching color or complementary fabric.”


Sea sweater, Deborah James; and AYRA Swimwear swimsuit, Showroom 305

“Once reserved for conservative beachgoers, one-piece swimsuits have made a comeback. Welcome this summer trend by experimenting with multiple styles and a complementary cover-up or pantsuit.”


PilyQ cover-up, Bloomingdale’s, Town Center at Boca Raton

“Embracing your curves is so important when it comes to beachwear. Find a bathing suit or cover-up that falls and hugs in all the right places. Fringes and tribal prints can do wonders for your figure and your confidence.”


Lindsey: Escada dress, Bal Harbour Shops; and Report Signature shoes, Macy’s, Town Center at Boca Raton. Lilly: Robert Rodriguez jumpsuit, Encore Plus; and Alice + Olivia shoes, Bloomingdale’s

“Black and white fashion never goes out of style. A backless black jumpsuit provides a flattering alternative to your typical on-the-town options. White showcases your tan and, when featuring a high slit, lends a discernible sexiness to your summer look.”


Adriana Degreas skirt, Encore Plus; AYRA Swimwear top, Showroom 305; Michael Kors shoes, Macy’s; and hat, Deborah James

“Beach vacations require quick, simple wardrobe changes at a moment’s notice. Turn heads by pairing your beachwear with a matching maxi or headpiece. A pop of color or animal print will only enhance the trend.”


About LLScene

Best friends Lindsey Swing and Lilly Robbins keep their faithful readers in the know when it comes to the hottest style and lifestyle happenings in South Florida thanks to LLScene, the duo’s popular blog/website (ll-scene.com) for the 20- and 30-something crowd. In addition to their fashion insights, Lindsey (a newlywed with a passion for Florida State football) and Lilly (a former Miami Dolphins cheerleader) help businesses with branding opportunities, event planning and much more.

The Ritz Turns 15

In honor of the property’s 15th anniversary, The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami (455 Grand Bay Drive) is rolling out a host of specials and events starting July 1—from spa exclusives to celebration dinners with renowned chef Michelle Bernstein. Call 305.365.4500, or visit ritzcarlton.com/keybiscayne for details.

Crew Credits

Stylist: Jenna DeBrino, Hot Pink Style
Assistant Stylist: Amanda Miller, Hot Pink Style
Hair/makeup: Hot Pink Style
Art Direction: Melanie Geronemus Smit and Evelyn Robles

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