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My Bachelorette Fashion in Cancun!

When I found out that my bridesmaids planned a lavish trip to the Moon Palace in Cancun, I quickly started to plan my outfits. My rule of thumb for packing is to always include a swimsuit, day outfit, dinner outfit, and a party dress. All of those items can hit your budget so I was able to utilize my resources to get it done cost effectively.

Bride bag from Rent the Runway


All of my swimsuits were from Amazon and were all $19 a piece. Over the years I have seen brides wear cute branded one pieces. Since I am curvy, I knew that it would be difficult to find a one piece that fits. The company below on Amazon goes up to a size 2XL. I am wearing a 2XL in the white BRIDE suit, but my other suits are an XL from the same company.


During this trip, my day, dinner, and party outfits all merged into one! I ordered a few pieces from Rent the Runway. If you aren’t familiar with their plan, click here to get $30 off your first rental… RTR has changed my life. I rented four pieces for this trip, a day bag that says BRIDE, Chimi Sunglasses, an unworn Milly dress, and the cutest white romper (I received tons of compliments!). See the looks below:

I recently discovered a brand called Grass-Fields. They specialize in dresses, clothing, and accessories using traditional African prints. My head wraps turned heads, literally. I customized it with my BRIDE pin from Amazon.

Last by not least, my disco pants! My lovely custom-made sequins pants were sent to me by Revelry. Now I know many of you may think that sequins pants aren’t comfy especially in the heat, but Revelry lines all of their clothing so that you do not feel the sequins at all.

Sequins pants from Revelry in size 14

If you have questions about any of the sizes of my outfits, comment below.

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