Dress: Robert Rodriguez (similar style here); Shoes: Henri Lepore Dezert; Bag: Chanel; Sunglasses: Target; Necklace: BaubleBar
One of the things I loved most about our trip at sea was the excuse to dress up every night. There's something undeniably old world and romantic about boarding a ship armed with some of your finest evening attire, and nothing but a slew of dinner plans and cocktail parties ahead. And trust me, it was a moveable feast in every meaning of the phrase. Each evening, we enjoyed a new restaurant on board, taste testing our way through every cuisine imaginable -- from hearty steaks to incredibly fresh lobster and crab -- and everything in between.
Our last evening aboard, we enjoyed a private dinner at the Chef's Table, where the Executive Chef Antonio Cereda, prepared each dish for us practically before our eyes. While each dish outdid the one before it, I have to admit, the seafood risotto remains my ultimate weakness.
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