inspiración de la casa mexicana
Inspiration can come in all forms, and today I’m sharing some of my favourite photographs from Isla Mujeres. I think I’ve briefly mentioned on the blog before that we have just bought a new home, and so currently my eyes are firmly fixed on all things interior.
From colour schemes down to the little things that make a house a home, when it comes to your own abode every detail sends a message about who you are, the places you’ve travelled, little pieces of your friends and family, what inspires you..
The same can be said for personal style. Your colour palette, jewellery choices, the way you wear an item is all reflective of your personality, your moods, and again you take influence from the people you love and/or are inspired by.
I’ve made some A/W style mood boards based on the beautiful homes I chose to take photos of whilst in Isla Mujeres. Something a little different for my blog but I had lots of fun curating and taking inspiration from this!
Big knits, velvets & that millennial pink shade is sticking around this AW. I’ve had this Ganni jumper open in my tabs for weeks on end now! This beautiful home on the island reminded me to open my wardrobe to pinks and terracottas this season!
MINIMAL/IN THE DETAILS
This gorgeous home is all about the details. The white walls don’t take anything away from the effort that’s gone into the finishing touches – the bold cacti, palms & exotic greenery! In terms of style you can make the same statements in your accessories. Think a clean, crisp, smart white jacquemus shirt with these beautifully detailed Aquazurra top heels and a statement clutch.
MIX OF COLOUR
I do not have a colourful wardrobe at all, but I definitely appreciate the beauty of it in the outside world. I could stare at the clear blue ocean all day long here in Mexico, and driving down streets like these just puts a little smile on my face! This street reminds me of the JW Anderson x Uniqlo jumper I have waiting for me at home! Don’t get me wrong, I’m definitely going to be styling this with black jeans and leather jackets – but it’s the colour pop that I can work into my every day style.
The best season to wear mustard is NOW! I always associate this shade with Autumn, however seeing this home in the glorious Mexican weather I realise mustard transfers well to the warmer months too! This was perhaps my favourite home on the island of Isla Mujeres. Modist but with a unique layout & I love the cacti out the front.