What the hell happened last night? Or last weekend? Or last week? Unless you're a teetotaler, a heavyweight, or uninterested in any form of inebriation (good for you!), you asked yourselves at least one of those questions. And, it seems that after one hazy stretch of warm-weather days, getaway-perfect brand Miguelina needed answers for the latter. Indeed, Miguelina's latest lookbook features designer Gambaccini and her gang (from perennial muse Natalie Obradovich to our own senior editor to Timo Weiland to street style queen Catrinel Ardeus) sporting pieces from its spring '13 line, with a series of Instragram shots chronicling a road trip that we'd have "liked" from start to finish.
In dreamy snaps that are making our jacket anxiety all the deeper, Miguelina (who's clearly done this before) embarks on an Independence Day adventure filled with sandy hair, dripping bathing suits, bonfires, and Chandon-induced hangovers. Then, of course, there are the clothes – lacy-white caftans, coverups that take you from the beach to the country club (which, judging by these photos, is the way to power through day-drinking), and shocking neon bikinis that are guaranteed to make your tan pop. While we'd like to jump in that shiny Range Rover Evoque right now (Miguelina, are you listening?), we'll wait to tomorrow to plan our weekend getaway (or longer) plans, or at least dream about waking up with a sunny glow, surf-sprayed locks, and a camera-roll full of memories — even if some late nights mean, you know, we can't actually remember them.
Click to peep a lookbook — all made up of Instagram pics — that will make you click over to Travelocity in 3, 2, 1...
Photo: Courtesy of Miguelina/Catrinel Ardeus
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