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Viva Mexico!

15-16th of September is the time when the whole Mexico celebrates. It's the Mexican Independence Day. Since Ada Maria is Mexican and we live here, we couldn't pass on the opportunity to join the celebration. We danced, sang and listened to the music on the central square of Cancun and couldn't pass on the opportunity to eat our full with churros (sorry marquesitas, you're too heavy). I have to admit, even though we were already sleeping by the time of fireworks it was a memorable evening for us (and yes we didn't have it too easy to wake the next day).



I was wearing:
Labyrinth skit
Converse shoes
c/o Nordgreen watch
Uniqlo Chopper top

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. Oh what a fun celebration to go to! Sounds like you guys had a great time - dancing, singing and eating!

    Maureen | www.littlemisscasual.com

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  2. What an absolutely FUN place! Your outfit is adorable and so is your beautiful baby!

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  3. Take me to Mexico please!!!! I heard a ton about this beautiful country but never gotten the chance to see it in person. I can't wait!!!

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    1. if you ever visit Mexico and especially Quintana Roo, drop me a line< I'd be thrilled to meet in person

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  4. Celebrations in Mexico are always fun!

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  5. I love your beautiful maxi skirt! It sounds like such a fun family night out too! :)

    Hope you are having a lovely day :)

    Away From The Blue

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  6. Independence celebrations are always great fun; celebration of freedom. Love your skirt. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. What a good time with your baby! So, so happy you find time to relax and raise your family.

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  8. I love fireworks. They are always present during big celebrations.I hope you enjoyed the holiday.

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  9. This seem awesome place even though I haven't been to Mexcio but would love to visit it.

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  10. Super love your skirt! It's just perfect for the celebration. Happy to know you had a great time.

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  11. love your outfit and your earrings too...

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  12. Woooho party in Mexico, I love the skirt so much. Easy to wear yet effective.

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  13. Oh, this looks so fun. I'm glad you were able to celebrate this way! Love your outfit as well <3
    the creation of beauty is art.

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  14. OMG your skirt is giving so much life! You look fabulous as always.

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  15. What a fun and memorable celebration to be part! I must admit that I love Mexican holidays, because my neighbors celebrate and always invite me or stop by with delicious homemade Mexican food. Which is a weakness for me. Lol.

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  16. That skirt is a lot of fun and the celebration sounds like a blast! I wouldn't be able to pass on the churros either.

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