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Conch Style: Wearable Art

Posted on: February 8th, 2013 by Leah No Comments

One of the best things about living in the Florida Keys, is the amazing amount of art and culture.  So many artists have chosen to make the Keys their home and that means that we have access to some beautiful local art work for our home and our wardrobe.

Art galleries are one of my favorite places to shop for statement jewelry.  Unique, handmade wearable art is a great conversation starter and sure to elicit the question from your friends. “Where did you get that?”.  Wearable art can be fun, interesting and even glamorous and in most cases, the price point is very affordable.

Ariella Hogan has been making jewelry for more than 30 years.  Originally from Israel, she settled in Key West in 1989, inspired by the diverse colors of the sunset and the unique wildlife of Key West.  Her handmade jewelry is not only incredibly affordable it’s also durable.   She uses a synthetic clay that is flexible, unbreakable, lightweight, water proof and if it gets dirty, it can be cleaned with soap and water.

Ariella makes rings ($12), earrings ($18), bracelets ($28) and necklaces ($40-$60).  You can buy a matching set or you can buy individual pieces to add to your jewelry collection.  My favorite is her bracelets that wrap around your wrist for an effortlessly chic look.

Find her jewelry at The Island Arts Coop at 1128 Duval Street in Key West open Monday – Sunday,  9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  For more information go to: ariellacreations.com.

Wearable Art

Handmade Jewelry by Ariella Hogan, Florida Keys artist

Wearable Art by Florida Keys artist Ariella Hogan

Great selection of wearable art by Florida Keys artist Ariella Hogan

Stephanie Martin has been working with glass for 12 years specializing in glass fusing and combining dichroic two-toned glass and artisan glasses.  Her pendants and earrings have a beautiful metallic coating on its surface that reflect light creating a beautiful glow.  Because these pendants are actually clear, the colors will change with what you’re wearing, picking up blues, pinks or yellows based on your outfit.   Each piece is unique, ranging in price from $40 to $65 for a pendant and $20 for earrings.

Stephanie’s Seaside Glassworks has two storefront locations.  Located in the Rain Barrel at 86700 Overseas Highway on Plantation Key open Monday – Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  and a south location at 81902 Overseas Highway in Islamorada open Monday – Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  For more information go to seasideglassworks.com.

Wearable Art by Florida Keys artist Stephanie Martin

Glass Jewelry and Art Work by Stephanie Martin from Seaside Glassworks

Sand Dollar Pendant by Stephanie Martin, Seaside Glassworks

Sand Dollar Pendant by Stephanie Martin, Seaside Glassworks

 

Conch Style: Dress-Up Your Look with Timeless Vintage Jewelry

Posted on: January 25th, 2013 by Leah No Comments

I fell in love with vintage jewelry at a young age, playing dress-up with all of my grandmother’s bold clip-on earrings and dazzling brooches.  And lucky for me, vintage jewelry has never really gone out of style. It’s timelessness and one-of-a-kind allure are admired by both avid collectors and fashionistas who covet the charm of these intricately designed pieces full of history, beauty and mystery reflective of a different time.

Vintage costume jewelry can be an affordable way to make a statement and is the perfect accessory to add some old Hollywood glamour to your look.  As we approach the season of fundraisers, galas, prom and formal events, consider making your look more unique by adding vintage jewelry.

Don’t worry about the jewelry matching exactly just stay within the same stone color.  If you already own a pair of diamond studs, add a vintage clear-rhinestone brooch to your dress for a bit more glam.  If your dress has a belt or some side ruching, consider adding a brooch to the waistline of your dress to emphasize your waist.    You can also add a brooch to an updo with a bobby pin.   In addition to brooches, you can find some really fabulous earring/necklace sets that will instantly transform your look to be completely chic.

Go big in only one place.  Vintage costume jewelry is dazzling and beautiful and will easily draw attention.   If you’re wearing a statement necklace, go smaller in the earrings and practically bare on your arms.  Use statement pieces to draw the eye to one area, not five.  Wearing too many statement pieces tends to be overkill and will only distract so use vintage costume jewelry sparingly.

When buying vintage jewelry, make sure to examine it with care.  Does it have any missing stones?  Does the piece look like it was crafted well?  Vintage jewelry is timeless so buy what you like and don’t worry about the trends when it comes to investing in a piece you love.  Vintage costume jewelry can range from $10 to $1,000.  However, the pieces that are on the expensive side are typically those that are incredibly rare or were designed by a high-end fashion label.  However, the majority of costume jewelry you can find very inexpensively for under $100.  If you compare this price to something you’d buy at a department store, the price is virtually equivalent so perhaps invest in a quality vintage piece that you will have for a lifetime and pass down to the next generation.

Most jewelry we buy for special occasions tend to be pieces we will only wear once a year, however, consider how you might incorporate a vintage piece with other outfits in your wardrobe.  A brooch, for example, can really be worn with a variety of items.  Wear it on the lapel of a jacket or try combining three brooches and wearing it as a statement on basic shift dress.  You can also use a brooch to secure a scarf around your neck.

Below are two of my favorite local boutiques that sell an amazing assortment of vintage costume jewelry.  Stop in the next time you’re in need of a vintage statement piece for your next event.

Pink Junktique – 98275 Overseas Highway in Key Largo.  Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week.

In One Era – 227 Petronia St. in Key West. Open 11:30 a.m.  to 4 p.m. every day except Mondays.

In addition, if you’re into online shopping try Ebay.com or Etsy.com.  Both have a great selection of vintage jewelry from a variety of sellers around the world.  The more specific you are with your search, the better results you’ll have.  I recommend searching for phrases such as: Vintage rhinestone brooch or vintage rhinestone necklace set.  Good luck and happy shopping!

 

Pink Junktique Key Largo Boutique - Great Selection of Vintage Jewelry

Pink Junktique Key Largo Boutique – Great Selection of Vintage Jewelry

Pink Junktique Key Largo

Pink Junktique – 98275 Overseas Highway in Key Largo. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week.

In One Era - Vintage Jewelry in Key West

In One Era – Vintage Jewelry in Key West

In One Era Key West Boutique - Vintage Necklace & Earring Set

In One Era Key West Boutique – Vintage Necklace & Earring Set

What to wear for the holidays!

Posted on: December 17th, 2012 by Leah No Comments

Sequins, sparkle and everything shiny go hand in hand with the holiday season. Not only will you find them wrapped around your Christmas tree but it’s also the perfect opportunity to add it to your wardrobe. In the Florida Keys, we don’t have a lot of opportunities to get decked out as Keys Casual really is, in most cases, the most dressed up we get, but the holidays are a perfect excuse to dress up a bit more.  And there are plenty of opportunities to wear all that sparkles –  holiday parties with friends and colleagues, family celebrations, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve, and that’s all in the same month!

The easiest way to incorporate a little glam into your holiday outfits is through accessories. I can’t get enough of these vintage bags found at Pink Junktique at 98275 Overseas Highway in Key Largo! Starting at just $35 they are also a very affordable option for getting into the holiday spirit.  Look for sequins, metallic shades and beaded bags as these will easily glam up your outfit without a lot of effort. For a holiday party, I’d pair a glitzy bag with a basic black dress and heels for a wow look. Too dressy for your festivities? Try wearing a glitzy bag dressed down with jeans, black heels and a black fitted tee. This will still help you achieve a glam look without being over dressed. Although I would argue that it is always better to be overdressed then underdressed and being that it’s the holidays…just go for it.

Vintage Bags from the Pink Junktque in Key Largo are the perfect addition to your holiday outfit

Vintage Bags from the Pink Junktique in Key Largo are the perfect addition to your holiday outfit

For a really fun look try a sequin dress like this gold dress from Wild Lily at 81933 Overseas Highway in Islamorada.  Pair this with a basic black heel and black opague tights for an easy glamorous look perfect a New Years Eve party.  Black is always dressier so if you’d prefer a dressed down version of this, try pairing it with a fun color like bright pink.  Wrap a bright pink scarf around your neck and pair it with a similar hued shoe and you’re set. This look has a lot going on so pair down your bag and accessories by staying in the same color tones and go for simple elegant pieces like a basic gold bracelet and earrings.

Sequin Gold Dress from Wild Lily Boutique MM 81

Sequin Gold Dress from Wild Lily Boutique MM 81

Statement necklaces and flirty dresses are another easy holiday party staple.  I love shopping at Déjà vu at 608 Duval Street in Key West for affordable girly frocks and lots of statement necklaces.  Wear bright hued necklaces or layer multiple necklaces in bright shades, various metals or pearls to dress up your holiday look.  Déjà vu has a huge selection of fun costume jewelry and apparel, many of which are designed by store owner, Stephanie Carter, under the label Judith March.  Starting at just $20, the Judith March label is both adorable and affordable!

Flirty Frocks and Statement Necklaces from Deja Vu in Key West are Perfect for the Holidays

Flirty Frocks and Statement Necklaces from Deja Vu in Key West are Perfect for the Holidays

Happy dressing this holiday season and remember, the more bling, the better!

 

This article was also featured in the Florida Keys Reporter and Keynoter as a part of my “Conch Style” column that runs bi-weekly in the Friday and Saturday edition.  If you have story ideas on style in the Florida Keys, please send me an email at Leah@leahsfabulousfinds.com.

Conch Style: What to buy the girl who has everything

Posted on: November 30th, 2012 by Leah No Comments

Holiday shopping for your friends and family can be a difficult task.  Especially if you have someone on your list who seemingly already has everything.  Luckily, we have so many wonderful boutiques in the Keys that offer an amazing selection of gift items.  Below are a few of my favorite finds from around the Keys that would make amazing gifts for the fashionista in your life.

Give the gift of relaxation.  Every girl would love to spend a night away while getting pampered with her special someone or her girlfriends.  Buy a gift certificate for a spa treatment and a night stay at Hawks Cay on Duck Key.    Their Calm Waters Spa offers an abundance of spa services including massage, facials, mani pedis, and hair cut, color and styling.  In addition, she’ll be able to enjoy the whirlpool, dry sauna, and eucalyptus steam room before or after her treatments. For room rates and spa services go to HawksCay.com or call 888.395.5539.

Gallery Morada in Islamorada is selling the cutest bottle insulators for only $10 that would make great stocking stuffers.  Called the Freaker, they insulate every bottle in your home from a wine bottle to a can of diet coke, keeping it cool or warm.  In addition, they’re made in the U.S. and are machine washable for easy cleaning and come in a variety of colors and prints perfect for everyone on your list.  Go to GalleryMorada.comor call 305.664.3650.

 

Freaker bottle insulator sold at Gallery Morada in Islamorada for just $10.

Freaker bottle insulator sold at Gallery Morada in Islamorada for just $10.

Give the gift of Chocolate.  The Key Largo Chocolate Shop located at MM 100 sells the most mouthwatering, handmade truffles that have ever existed, literally.  Hand-pick them out at their location or order them online at KeyLargoChocolates.com and have them shipped directly to your friends and family. My favorites… almond toffee, milk chocolate caramels with sea salt and key lime dark chocolate truffles.    They also just started selling boxes of 4 truffles that hook onto a wine bottle and would make a wonderful hostess or host gift for that next holiday party you attend.  Want to give a more interactive gift?  Key Largo Chocolates offers classes for adults and kids on how to make truffles.  The adult classes are served with wine and are a great way to celebrate the holidays with your girlfriends.  Call 305.453.6613 for more information.

Kiki’s Spa and Salon Saige in Tavernier has the most amazing all natural soy candles sold for just $22.95.  Called SOi, this candle is made with soy oil that burns cleaner and longer than traditional candles and doubles as a skin moisturizer.  Eco-friendly, biodegradable and available in a variety of scents including blood orange, amber & sandlewood and my favorite, creme brulee.  Stop by or call 305.852.0011 for more information.

All-natural SOi candles sold at Kiki's Spa and Salon Saige in Tavernier

All-natural SOi candles sold at Kiki’s Spa and Salon Saige in Tavernier

The Banyan Tree in Islamorada is selling Mini Emergency Kit’s For Her for only $16.  Available in glittery red, green or silver, this mini case would be great for your car or purse.  Offering 17 beauty and personal care essentials for the occasions when we don’t have access to our beauty tools at home.  The kit includes a bandage, safety pin, earring backs, deordorant towelette, dental floss, breath freshener, mending kit, tampon, nail polish remover, stain remover, clear elastics, lip balm, emery board, hair spray, clear nail polish, double sided tape and pain reliever.  Help your loved ones avoid near disasters with this adorably handy emergency kit.  Did I mention it’s sparkly?  They’re absolutely fabulous.  Call 305.664.3433 for more information.

Banyan Tree in Islamorada sells Emergency Kits for Her.

Banyan Tree in Islamorada sells Emergency Kits for Her.

Every Florida Keys girl should own a Lily Pulitzer dress.  Their bright patterns and classic shapes can be worn all year-round and the lady in your life will love it.  The Key West Lily Pulitzer shop features the iconic dresses along with women’s and kid’s clothing and accessories.  A Lily Pulitzer shift dress is a classic wardrobe staple she will have in her closet forever.  Located at 600 Front Street in Key West.  Prices range from $88 to $238.

Happy holidays and happy shopping!

This article was also featured in the Florida Keys Reporter and Keynoter as a part of my “Conch Style” column that runs bi-weekly in the Friday and Saturday edition.  If you have story ideas on style in the Florida Keys, please send me an email at Leah@leahsfabulousfinds.com.

 

Conch Style: Defining the Keys Casual Dress Code

Posted on: November 15th, 2012 by Leah No Comments

The majority of the events in the Florida Keys all have one thing in common, the Keys Casual dress code.  By definition, the Keys are casual, laidback, and known for their “anything goes” type of attitude.  So what does this mean when it comes to what to wear to an event ?

Women seem to have this dress code figured out.  At “Keys Casual” events, you will typically see women wearing dresses or skirts with wedges or sandals.  Not only does this work for the warm climate but a dress can dressed up or down for the occasion by simply pairing it with the right accessories.  Worn with sandals and a light-weight scarf, your look will be more casual.  Pair that same dress with wedges or heels and a clutch, and the same dress will look more formal.  For women, dresses and skirts are really the perfect piece of clothing for the Florida Keys.

This dress code really gets interesting when it comes to men.  Typically you will see them in everything from cargo shorts and flip flops to slacks with a jacket.  This creates quite a range of looks on the spectrum of “Keys Casual”.

Keys Casual should really be defined as: “If you’d wear it fishing, don’t wear it to our event.”

Let’s start with the shoes.  There are really only two appropriate shoes to wear in the Keys for a “Keys Casual” event: a leather sandal or a loafer.  Leather makes both look more refined and sophisticated while still being comfortable.   It’s also important to think about the venue for your event, will it be held on a beach?  In the Park?  At a tiki bar?  Both of these shoes will still easily navigate the landscapes of many venues for Florida Keys events.  Reserve your dress shoes for a more formal occasion like dinner out in Miami.

Flat front shorts or pants are always going to be more stylish than a pleated front.  Pleated front pants and shorts scream old man.  If you’re still wearing this style, upgrade to flat front.  Wear slacks in more casual hues such as kahki, gray or even a color like blue or salmon.  Although you really can never go wrong with black, if you are going to wear black pants to a Keys Casual event, make sure you are wearing a more casual shirt such as a polo so that  you aren’t over dressed.

Acceptable shirts for the Keys Casual dress code consist of short sleeve polos, short sleeved collared button down dress shirts and Oxford long-sleeved, collared button down shirts.  Short-sleeve button down shirts made by Tommy Bahama are the perfect Keys Casual look and are easy to come by in the Keys.  But don’t confuse this with Hawaiian shirts.  Hawaiian shirts should really only be worn if you either a. live in Hawaii, b. are attending the Good Health Clinic’s Annual Luau fundraiser, or c. work at a tiki bar.  Instead, wear shirts that are going to be more complimentary on you.   My father once gave me the advice that it’s better to be noticed than noticeable.  Big red flowers covering every square inch of your shirt are noticeable.  Instead, try a shirt in black or white hues.  Both hues will always look dressier, more stylish and more current than shirts covered in prints.

The great thing about shopping for a Keys Casual look for men is that most of the places you already frequent for all your boating and fishing supplies already carry a good assortment of “Keys Casual” shorts, slacks, polos and button down shirts.  Take a look at a few below the next time you need some clothes for an event.

West Marine – located in Key Largo, Marathon and Key West.  This boating Mecca store also carries a nice selection of men’s clothing including polos, button down shirts, slacks, shorts, leather sandals and loafers.  Open Monday-Saturday: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.  For store locations go to www.WestMarine.com

Backcountry Cowboy Outfitters – Located in Islamorada at MM 82.2, this retail store carries everything you need for your kayaking, camping, and outdoor adventure needs.  In addition, they also carry some great clothing for men including linen and knit flat front shorts, leather sandals and silk button down collared shirts.  Open Monday-Saturday: 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. and Sunday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m..  Contact them at 305.517.4177 or www.BackcountryCowboy.com for more information.

Florida Keys Outfitters – Located in Islamorada at MM 81.2, this retail store specializes in saltwater fly fishing offering fly fishing rods, reels, fly lines, flies and accessories.  In addition, they offer a nice selection of Oxford long-sleeve button down shirts and flat front slacks and shorts by Vineyard Vines.  Open Monday – Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.  Contact them at 305.664.5423 or www.FloridaKeysOutfitters.com.

Blue Boutique – Located in Islamorada and Key West, this retail store carries a nice assortment of contemporary men’s clothing from sport jackets to casual pants, to premium denim, watches, wallets, belts and footwear.  Open Monday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.  Go to BlueIslandStore.com for locations.

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Owner of Backcountry Cowboy Outfitters, JC Mikula, models a linen button-down shirt, flat front shorts and leather sandals from his store.

 

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Leather loafers found at West Marine for $79.99.

Conch Style: Spotlight on Besame Mucho

Posted on: August 24th, 2012 by Leah No Comments

Stepping out of the ordinary, into an exotic place is a gift within itself.  Besame Mucho is that kind of an experience; the type of boutique that you’d expect to find on a quaint street in Paris.  Nestled on Petronia street in the local neighborhood of Bahama Village in Key West, this carefully curated boutique offers treasures from around the globe.  From hand-stitched Moroccan slippers to designer chocolates, this store is filled with hand-made, luxurious items with a little something for everyone.

Established in 1999, Bésame Mucho, meaning “Kiss me a lot”, was founded by locals Meredith Bollong and her partner Michael MinKhin.  Inspired from their extensive travels, this boutique is filled with all the things they love.  Having grown up in Key West in the 70’s, Meredith remembers when Key West was smaller and strewn with exotic local shops that could have been from the West Indies.  Her goal was to provide that same feeling with her store.   “I’ve always been sensitive to my surroundings which is why we aim to fill our store with hand-made and old treasures that have stood the test of time,”  stated Meredith Bollong.

Top finds from Besame Mucho:

1. Have you ever tried a milk chocolate bar baked with fine nibbles of hickory smoked bacon?  This combination is exquisitely done by this Chicago company and is a must try!  Vosges Haut Chocolat Mo’s Milk Bar – available for $9.95.

Vosges Haut Chocolat Mo’s Milk Bar

Besame Mucho’s entire line of chocolates!

2. Hand-stitched Italian leather slippers from Morocco. These posh slippers come in a variety of metallic hues and look-like something you could love and live-in… forever.  $168

Hand-stitched Italian Leather Slippers from Morocco

3.  Besame Mucho is the only store south of Miami carrying Kiehl’s skin care products.  In addition to Kiehl’s, they also carry old-world brands such as Dr. Hauschka Skin Care from Germany and Italian made Santa Maria Novella.  From perfumes to lotions to candles, you will find a variety of apothecary items to fit your needs.  (prices vary)

Besame Mucho’s entire Apothecary line can also be found online at besamemucho.net

4.  Straw beach bag wrapped in gold fabric available for $48. So beautifully done, you could carry this bag not only to the beach and on the boat but it could also be used it as a large purse for when your normal purse is just not enough!

The carry-all bag for the beach or just shopping in Key West.

5. Simple and delicate, hand-made jewelry from artisans around the world.  Each piece is made from the finest items including sterling silver and 18K gold, you will find a variety of unique pieces here.  (prices vary)

Beautiful hand-made jewelry and accessories.

Shop Besame Mucho at 315 Petronia Street in Key West Monday thru Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. or anytime at www.besamemucho.net.

 

This article was also featured in the Florida Keys Reporter and Keynoter as a part of my “Conch Style” column that runs bi-monthly in the Friday and Saturday edition.  If you have story ideas on style in the Florida Keys, please send me an email at Leah@leahsfabulousfinds.com. 

Florida Keys Conch Style: The Key to a Fashionable Wardrobe

Posted on: July 27th, 2012 by Leah No Comments

In the Florida Keys, it can be difficult to be stylish.  The heat and high humidity are not complimentary to getting dressed up. And our testosterone- infused pastimes don’t exactly inspire creativity in fashion.  It isn’t out of the ordinary to spend an afternoon at a community event, take a boat ride to enjoy the sunset and then end up at a restaurant for dinner and drinks.

The secret to a fashionable Keys wardrobe is versatility, owning great basics, buying colorful on-trend accessories and finding comfortable, yet stylish shoes.

Living an active lifestyle means being ready for anything so your Florida Keys wardrobe needs to have versatility.  Not only do we want to look stylish, but we also need to be able to get in and out of a boat without a problem.

Look for pieces that can be dressed up or down – taking you from the boat as a bathing suit cover-up, out to dinner with friends.

Investing in great basics is the foundation to any stylish wardrobe.  Look for pieces that fit and flatter your body.  Wardrobe basics should include fitted shorts, a few colorful fitted shirts, a long maxi dress, two to three colorful jersey dresses, a fitted jacket in a neutral color (such as tan, black or navy), a nice black dress and a great pair of jeans.

Next, add colorful, on-trend accessories such as scarves, jewelry and bags.   This season’s hottest fashion trends include:

  • Embrace neon.  Neon and bright colored pieces such as pink, orange, and yellow are in this season.  Don’t be afraid of color: wear a pink dress with a bright yellow scarf.  When shopping, look for bright colored accessories to add to the great basics you already own.
  • Color-block your look.  Create this by pairing two complementary colors such as yellow and purple or blue and orange.  You can do this by adding a jacket or handbag to your outfit in a color on the opposite side of the color wheel, or be bold and wear a red top with a yellow skirt.
  • Wear contrasting patterns together.  As long as the base color of the two patterns is the same, go for it.  Think long navy striped maxi dress paired with a navy floral scarf.
  • Pair colorful accessories such as a bright bag, statement necklaces and sandals with neutral shorts and top or a black dress.

In addition, here in the Keys comfortable shoes are a must.  Try wedges for a more dressed-up look and lots of bright colored sandals and flip-flips.  Look for a few neutral-colored shoes and then buy lots of color as shoes are a great way to add color to your outfit!

Check out the following affordable Keys boutiques for creating your fashionable Florida Keys wardrobe:

Miss Monroe Boutique in Plantation Key (MM 88.5 bayside) – find fun, flirty frocks in patterns and on-trend colors, a wide-selection of jewelry, and unique sandals and shoes to complete your look.

Waters Edge Gift Cottage in Key Largo (MM 95 bayside) – Great styles in a variety of sizes and colors with a fabulous selection of dresses, jeans and accessories.  This boutique also offers amazing housewares and gifts.

Christina’s Boutique in Marathon (between Bealls and Office Depot) – This boutique offers great colorful handbags, a variety of jewelry, cosmetics and sandals.

Wanderlust in Key West (310 Petronia Street) – Find ethnically inspired beachwear and dresses, local, hand-made jewelry, colorful scarves and a great selection of fashionable sandals.  Oh yeah, and they sell some fantastic local art.

 

Colorful Tory Burch inspired handbags ($49) from Christina’s Boutique in Marathon.

 

Dresses and local artwork at Wanderlust Boutique in Key West.

 

This article was also featured in the Florida Keys Reporter and Keynoter as a part of my “Conch Style” column that runs bi-monthly in the Friday and Saturday edition.  If you have story ideas on style in the Florida Keys, please send me an email at Leah@leahsfabulousfinds.com.