West Palm Beach, FL Travel Guide + Video

I traveled to the beautiful and scenic West Palm Beach three times during a month timeframe. To say I fell in love, that I’m obsessed, and half of my heart is still there, is just the least of how I feel about West Palm Beach. Since visiting multiple times, I came up with a little travel guide to help you plan your next visit!

Things to do:

The Improv: We found tickets last minute and went to the Improv for a comedy show and dinner. We had a blast! Highly recommend a visit, even if you don’t know who the comedian is. Enjoy drinks, dinner, and laughter. Side note: there is a two drink minimum.

Visit The Colony: The Colony grounds are open to view. Head over to their pool bar, or stop at one of their restaurants!

Visit The Breakers: The Breakers has a beautiful and scenic grounds to explore. The public is welcome in, but valet is $30. However, you can shop and spend $30, the valet is free. We spent a couple hours exploring and shopping!

Shopped on Worth Avenue: A great stroll through luxury shops like Chanel, Valentino, and Tiffany & Co. It’s a beautiful area where you can dream big!

Beach day on Jupiter Island: Jupiter Island is full of beaches that you can visit! We spent the majority of the day exploring the island and beach hopping!

Shopped in CityPlace: Highly recommend going in the afternoon for shopping, dinning, and entertainment. The area is so pretty, they had great options for restaurants, and entertainment. This is where the Improv is at.

Lion Country Safari: My heart. Oh my goodness. I didn’t think it was real until we got there. This is a “cage-less” zoo where you can ride around (in your car) in a Safari like setting with wild animals roaming around you.

Where to eat that we loved:

Hogsnappers: Hands down, the best sushi. I’ve eaten here like 3-4 times.

Polo at The Colony: We stopped for lunch while we were visiting The Colony grounds. They had light bites like sandwiches and salads. A perfect place to slow down and enjoy your time in a super cute setting.

Lighthouse Diner: So, so good. Breakfast all day, yes please! It’s a great local place to visit.

Okeechobee Steakhouse: Hands down, the best steak I’ve ever had in my life.

Vintage Inspired White Dress

Outfit Details: Chicwish dress c/o, Michael Kors bag, Sam Edelman wedges

This past weekend my sister and I took a stroll in my old neighborhood-we stopped by my favorite pink home with a green door. Before we moved, Jacob and I would spend each afternoon with our pup walking around the neighborhood and then once a week we would head over to the froyo shop for a tasty treat! My sister and I had a girls day out visiting some of our favorite stops-I also can’ thank her enough for shooting my looks for this week!

There is nothing new about a LWD, in fact they really never go out of style-which is why I have so many! This little white dress in particular had a vintage silhouette that I just couldn’t deny. The fabric was light and kept me cool-it happened to be very humid on the day I wore this dress! The dress actually ties at the shoulders, so it’s easy to adjust the fit! I was thinking a cute cardigan would pair well with this dress when the sun drops and it gets a little cooler outside. I love this colorful striped option!

Lace Cross Back Dress

Outfit Details: Chicwish dress c/o, Similar flats, F21 hat, Cult Gaia bag

A little white dress for this time of year is nothing groundbreaking. It’s a classic piece that will never go out of style. I recently added to my LWD collection this little number that it so flirty and feminine! Besides the lace, what captured my attention was the cross back detail-I mean SWOON! I’m actually packing this little cutie for my upcoming Key West trip! While I paired this dress with flats, I plan on re-styling it with wedges for a dinner date with Jacob!

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