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Club Med Creactive by Cirque du Soleil


Cirque du Soleil: The pioneer of circus arts


CREACTIVE concept, Club Med Punta Cana

Club Med: The pioneer of all-inclusive destinations & happiness

Club Med and Cirque du Soleil has teamed up to bring their customers the experience of a life time, Club Med Creactive by Cirque du Soleil. Get ready to be lifted to higher and happier heights. Both innovators in their industry, the dynamic duo has set the stage for what they are promising will be a heightened and more fulfilling experience for their all-inclusive customer. 

Said to be “driven by the same passion to be pioneers in their respective markets,” they have come together to merge the premium all-inclusive Club Med spirit with Cirque du Soleil’s expertise in the circus arts.

Beginning July, 2015 guests of all ages will be able to enjoy Creactive, which will be a part of the all-inclusive package. 

The partnership will enrich the already popular circus activities at Club Med resorts. Guests will be able to participate in more than 25 activities, which will be inspired by some of the best Cirque du Soleil shows. Among the activities will be, tight rope, stilts, partitions and a host of other activities, which will be taught in a fun interactive way by Cirque du Soleil experts.

Hold your horses however, don’t go running to book at just any resort. Creactive will be launched, initially at Club Med Punta Cana, Dominican Republic and thereafter, launched at some of their other 65 resorts around the world.

Cirque du Soleil will bring some of their best performers and trainers from 50 different nationalities to develop the Creactive experience, which i’m told will be unique and special, and dedicated to the customers’ happiness. 

Stay tuned, hopefully i’ll be able to bring you some live footage from Punta Cana in 2015. Set you happiness meters to Club Med Punta Cana, 2015 peeps.


I totally blended in with the colorful, Cirque du Soleil background. Hey, life’s a circus. Live it.


 | Dress & Coat: Anthropologie | Bag: Mulberry |

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Military Green

Military Green

Attention! This color has long been a favorite of mine. So, it’s really thrilling to see it rock the street style runway, and i’m  even more thrilled that I kept all my pieces from as far back as 8 years ago. And you can bet i’ll be wearing them long after the trend gets tired. What are your feelings on Military green? Do you like it? Do you wear it? 

Top Row: Shirt Dress, Belted Skirt, Watch, Hat 

Middle Row: Skirt, Pants, Cropped Pants, Trench Coat

Bottom Row: Hand BagPeep Toe Boot, Pumps, Booties.

How I wore That Zara Dress


Autumn Hues


There was just something about this dress. The color, the pattern, the length, the style. It just seemed like something i’d appreciate wearing. A short while back I posted it in the collage, Autumn Hues.

I eventually caved on the dress and the sweater, which i’ll be wearing in combination soon. I paired my dress with a high heel boots. Next time i’ll go the flat heel route. 


| Dress: Zara | Booties: Jessica Simpson | Sunnies: Tom Ford |

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Simple Sunday Wear



The way we dress affects the way we think, the way we feel, the way we act, and the way others react to us. ~ Judith Rasband

I truly believe the aforementioned quote. ButI don’t believe that clothing makes the man.

I tend to call myself the moody dresser. I dress based on how I feel or want to feel. And certainly, the way people perceive one another has a lot to do with mode of dress. Of course, so many times those perceptions are off, which brings to mind “never judge a book by its cover.” Hell, I know folks who are power dressers and are anything but powerful. Conversely, there are simple dressers who are the most powerful people on the planet. Steve Jobs comes to mind. But, his simplicity was his style.

So why the emphasis on style and fashion? Style and fashion, clothing and how one dresses evokes emotion, and ultimately it’s all about the way we feel when we wear those clothes.

Hats are a part of my style. They are a part of me. When wearing them, I feel distinguished. It dosen’t matter that other may not think so. I do. It adds suave to my style and reminds me of home, Grande Riviere, Trinidad, the place where I picked up the hat habit – from my grandfather.

When it comes to style, to each his own. What determines your dress code?

Ok, this post goes way back to the end of August. I’ve got bunches of pics sitting in the archives to post. ‘Twas a simple combination. I love loose fitting, harem type pants. As I’ve gotten older, i’ve moved away from the extreme harems and settled with just baggy or loose.


| Shoes: Dolce Vita| Pants: Zara | Top: JCrew | Hat: Bailey | Clutch: Tory Burch |

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Bonjour Sweater


I’m a mover and a shaker, and I absolutely love change. That goes for my clothes, my hair, my location, and my situation if it ain’t working out the way it should.

My hair has gone through as many changes as my closet. I took out my extensions and got a hair cut, which I happen to love. I’m a bit ahead of myself, but the plan is to cut it short when It turn 5o. In the meantime, and especially at this amazing age, my mantra is Live. Love. Laugh.

I’m graying in the front big time, but i’m not yet ready to deal with the raggedy transition. So I color it in. Maybe when the entire head whitens – which is the case for some members in my family – i’ll wear it all grey. We’ll have to wait and see.


| Skirt: Zara | Sweater: Mango | Shirt: Jcrew | Shoe: BCBG |

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Early September


This photo was taken back in early September. It was a tad cool outside so, I pulled out the leather skirt and pullover. I must admit, I get anxious for the fall to flow in.

I love the little vintage coach bag, which I found at a consignment store for $36. Can’t beat that. 


| Shirt & Vest: Jcrew | Skirt & Shoe: BCBG | Bag: Coach |

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Cancun One Shoulder


I’m still reminiscing about Club Med Cancun, Mexico. I could go on and on about the awesomeness the all-inclusive resort has to offer. But, like I said in a previous post, the story is not mine so you’ll have to wait patiently until I dish all the deers in Island Pride magazine.

For cocktails on the beach this evening, I opted for a one shoulder, culotte romper. Hope that makes sense. It was all about dressing to defeat the heat. So, bare necessities was the name of my clothing game.


| One shoulder Romper: FCUK | Shoes: Miss Sixty | Purse: Coach |

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