Just got back from a fabulous vacation in Cancun, Mexico with some gal pals. We had an adventure filled 4-day trip. Sharing my outfits and what I wore in Cancun.
I always opt for casual and comfortable on planes. I wore this graphic tee from Abercrombie. This specific one is not on their site anymore but their oversized graphic tee fabric is amazing. Order your true size. These leggings are old from Adidas and the TechLoom style from APL. I cannot rave enough about these shoes. The pink was a limited-time release but they come in tons of other colors. I’m wearing them here for athleisure purposes but they’re phenomenal running and training shoes.
The luggage is Samsonite. Pretty old but linking similar here.
Day one we checked in the Riu Palace Americas, which is a stunning hotel by the way. It’s an all-inclusive adults only hotel. There are 3 pools and beautiful aqua blue water with white sand beaches. The service is phenomenal. Food at the buffet and on-site restaurants is great. Rooms are maybe a tad outdated but still very nice and comfortable and you’re not there to stay in your room really so it didn’t matter to us. Definitely recommend. This was our most chill day of the week where we just enjoyed time by the pool and on the beach soaking in all the amenities and scenery.
The suit is from Coral Reef. Tops and bottoms are sold separately so you can mix and match any styles, colors, and prints. Love their price point. Their suits are great quality and fit true to size.
We booked a Chichén Itzá, Valladolid & Cenote Tour through Get Your Guide. Definitely give it 5 Stars. It was great to take in the history and culture of the place we were visiting and learn more about the native people. Definitely, a highlight of visiting the Yucatán Peninsula is the opportunity to swim in a Cenote. These are freshwater underground lakes that are rich in calcium and stunningly beautiful. They’re fed by the underground system of rivers. It’s a magical experience. Your guide will tell you about them and the rules regarding swimming in them – as this is the drinking water supply for the Peninsula.
Y’all – you will see this hat in nearly every outfit picture because let me tell you – YOU NEED A HAT here.
Swimsuit is hard to see here but it’s this suit from Cupshe. Wore this one twice on the trip. Very sporty but still fun. Wearing a medium.
Took a half day tour to Tulum to swim in 2 more Cenote’s one of which is a young Cenote and is in a literal cave. It was a very cool experience.
Wearing a peach bodysuit from Abercrombie but I’m not seeing this color anymore so linked the style below. Lime shirt is also Abercrombie. Shorts and shoes are both a couple of seasons old from Target
Swimsuit is this super popular one-piece from Amazon. It has 21k reviews and is such a cute swim. Fits true to size. Does not come with the very functional lifejacket as seen here.
Got a little dressed up for dinner at the Black and White Steakhouse on the property this night. Yes, the restaurants here are included but you’ll have a much longer wait than the buffet and they don’t take reservations. You just put your name in as early as possible and wait for your table.
We took the ferry to Isla Mujeres. It is such a beautiful island and highly recommend you take a day to spend on the island. Our intention was to rent a golf cart and drive around the island, shop, explore and spend time on the beach BUT…. nobody brought a drivers license which you obviously need to rent a vehicle. So, we were lucky enough to find a snorkle tour that we could hop on and it was a fabulous experience. I don’t know the name of the tour company but they have a booth at the end of the Isla Mujeres terminal when you’re dropped off by the ferry.
Wore this Magellen UPF Shirt while snorkleing to protect my skin while in the water and the sun.
Sadly our final evening came. It’s always bittersweet when a vacation ends but I am always excited to get back to routine and sleep in my own bed.
It was such a fun trip. We weren’t really concerned about outfits or fashion but just exploring, relaxing and enjoying the experience.