2nd Annual Veuve Clicquot Carnaval


Miami may be known for popping bottles in the club, but this fiesta may have broken a record for champagne consumption. Veuve Clicquot returned to Miami last Saturday to host their second-annual festival of bubbly, the Veuve Clicquot Carnaval. The iconic Champagne House hosted an epic takeover of Downtown Miami's Museum Park for a colorful and indulgent afternoon soiree that included a gorgeous VIP area hosting celebrities like Ciara, Olivia Culpo, Chanel Iman, Gabrielle Union, Nina Agdal, Natalie & Dylana Suarez, and Prince Royce, (to name a few,) and endless entertainment including samba dancers, batucada drummers, aerial performers and fire dancers. The bubbles were flowing all afternoon with guests sipping on their choice of Veuve's Yellow Label, Rose, and latest offering, Rich.

It felt like a blogger reunion since literally every one of my blogger babes made it out. (Veuve can get it!) Since I knew the party would be in the grass, I decided on a casual boho-chic look and finally broke out this off-the-shoulder top from Iorane. My new shorter haircut also made its debut - what do you think?!

If you missed out, keep your eyes peeled for tickets to next year 's bash which promises to be even bigger and better. In the meantime you can practice your pronunciation: Veuve rhymes with "love." You're welcome.


What I Wore

Top c/o Iorane
Shorts: Vintage Levis
Earrings c/o Lucifer vir Honestus


Selfies with my fave Venezolana, Daniela of Nany's Klozet

Babes Chanel Iman, Ciara and Olivia Culpo clearly got the chic memo

Olivia stunned in a lace Alexis dress and Stuart Weitzman heels

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Sisters in style, Dylana and Natalie Suarez. Love Natalie's off-the-shoulder Rebecca Taylor dress 

Top by Iorane, Vintage Shorts, Koko & Palenki Fringe Bag, Taudrey Bracelets



Photos c/o Veuve Clicquot, Gabe Media

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