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Cruise: Va Va Voom in Tropical

"Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself." - G. B. Shaw Hey loves! I have missed you guys soooooo much! Hope you all missed me just a little bit, maybe, maybe not? lolz Nonetheless I sincerely apologize for not posting in so long. I went on an amazing cruise. (Which I will be sharing all the deets in my next few posts.) Unfortunately for me once I made it back to Monroe and got the most awful case of the flu! It was absolutely the worst. I felt like death! But praise God that I finally feel so much better!
So the journey to getting on the boat was quite interesting. It was crazy hectic and people were all over the place and one of the workers totally freaked out on us! She just like snapped and was like, "Why are all these people at my counter. She caused this whole scene for no reason but she eventually digressed and we were finally able to get on the boat. (I think all the drama and craziness got to her.) This was my first cruise and I am so glad that I got to go with my boyfriend and his family! There was always so much going on whether it was an event on the boat or an excursion so you know your girl had to do multiple outfit changes! I couldn't possibly document everything because I was moving around so much. I did manage to snap a few pics for you guys!
This particular look was from one of the nights that we went to the club on the boat. I absolutely loved it! The DJ was awesome and the drinks were superb. I danced the night away literally every time me and my boyfriend. (I would practically inhale a slice of pizza and then crash lolz)
I opted for this feisty multicolored skater dress for a fun night of drinks and dancing. I kept my hair and makeup simple to allow my dress to be the focal point. This particular dress hugged my curves in all the right places hence the title Va Va Voom in Tropical!!! What do you guys think Yay or Nay? Make sure to stay tuned to hear more about my awesome cruise!
XO and Stay FAB! - Stormie

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