My presence is requested this Saturday for my son’s 7th birthday ((insert ugly cry emoji)) but that’s not all. The dress code is swimwear. Yep, I’m going to be spending the day poolside with mi papito next to my very chiseled husband and this Mama want’s to feel good in her skin. I also want to avoid sporting a mega wedgie, post epic water slide. So I’m looking for something secure but not if I have to sacrifice style. That’s why I’m in love with these Amita Naithani pieces and their whole meaning behind their brand. They believe that you should feel great in what your wearing while seamlessly transitioning from beach to dinner ((sans the sand)) without a full outfit change.
Grab your flatform wedges and prep yourself for weekly car washes because sand is going to be everywhere. “Sand for you, and you, and…” Darn you Opera for that extremely played out analogy. And thank you Amita for making the most gorgeous textiles in resort wear.
I love what clothing can do to you. I love that you can hang a dress on a hanger and walk past it every day, silently worshiping it in all it’s glory and planning on the day when you will slide it over your shoulders for a memory filled night. That’s what I think every time I finger through my closet and gently pet one of their embroidered or tasseled dresses. They are beautifully made and have an agglomeration of detail in every piece.
I’m not a new fan of Amita. In fact, I have a history with Amita strong enough to challenge fellow relationships and long enough to have an IG update “two years ago today” in my stories. Amita even accompanied me to Cancun and Spain. I showcased Amita in my very firtst IG TV video and still wear their pieces weekly. As a content creator, it’s such a blessing for companies to not only want to work with you, but to continuously share opportunities when they could potentially work with anyone they want.
This year, I picked a black swimsuit, adorned in white embroidered flowers and adjustable straps. This fuller coverage one-peice is beautifully crafted and washes well. There’s a substantial amount of padding adding support and shape. I paired it with a matching Vintage Lace tunic with similar white embroidery. One thing Amita does well is adding tassels to every pull string.
My last pick was this versatile eyelet button up in all white. It’s Peter Pan collar and retro styled buttons make this piece almost vintage-like. Its construction is enough to swoon over! But check out how I paired it for two different looks below.
This just proves that Amita Naithani can easily go from day to night with ease. You will be the biggest fan yourself if you just took a chance with them.
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How would you pair these pieces this summer?