Crochet Tunic Dress c/o Studio 12.20
Forever 21 Skinny Belt
Vintage Bag via Goodwill
Love Knot Sandals c/o fibi & clo
After spending a day at the beach, we decided to explore the downtown area of Miami Beach, which caused us to stumble upon the gold mine which is Española Way. It's located on 14th street, between Washington and Pennsylvania Avenues, and it's filled with mom and pop boutiques, restaurants, and cafes. Española Way is a historic Spanish village, one of Miami Beach's first historic landmarks, which is home to a variety of dining experiences including Italian, Cuban, Spanish, French, and Mexican food. Can you say heaven? We treated ourselves to dinner that evening at a Mexican restaurant and then we came back for a Cuban lunch the next day (posts to come). My stomach is grumbling at the thought of it.
One of my favorite stops along Española Way was a cute, little gelato shop (Milani Gelateria) with some of the best gelato I've ever tasted. They let us taste little spoonfuls of each flavor but in the end I gave in to Pistachio.
Apparently, during the nighttime, the whole cobblestone street comes alive with live music, twinkling lights, and dancing. We were never in the area past the sunset but next time we'll definitely be stopping by at night.