Every once in awhile I saw a brick road in Michigan, but here in Florida, they seem to be just about everywhere. While they may not be the most fun to drive on, they are beautiful and charming. I mean walking around tree lined brick streets is pretty much something out of a movie.
They also seem to lead some pretty cool places since a lot of them are in older, more established, and often adorable parts of town.
A stop for some sesame and matcha ice cream at Matcha House led to this brick street surrounded by stunning, lush parks. They were pretty jungle-like, so I’m not gonna lie, I didn’t venture too far into them, though I could absolutely see why a more outdoorsy type would want to spend hours walking around or having a picnic.
Just being there was pretty magical. I could have spent practically forever under the cool shade of these giant trees wondering how long they have been there.
For this summery Florida adventure, I wore a summery sundress that is always comfortable. There are so many pretty red and pink and striped sundresses out there that make me so happy I live in a place with endless summer now.
I paired it with red shoes that are, no joke, fourteen years old. I wore them a lot when I first bought them, then set them aside, and now they are back in heavy rotation. So is my outlet find Burberry bag. But really, I just hope more brick streets and swoon worthy parks are going to be in rotation in my life.
Dress: Rosetta Getty // Shoes: Manolo Blahnik // Bag: Burberry // Sunglasses: Saint Laurent