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January Trends: Get Beach Ready!

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Here’s What’s Hot for Resort Season in the New Year

Dark Florals

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Floral prints on dark hues like black and navy are in. They were seen in the resort collections of designers like Tadashi Shoji, who reminded us that florals don’t always need to be paired with bright colors. The contrast creates a small but dramatic effect. It’s the perfect kind of dress for the lady who wants attention, but not too much while she is on a resort vacation. C’est chic.

The Breakers Hotel


If you were having trouble figuring out which resort to go to this season, the Breakers Hotel is the answer. The luxury resort is back on everyone’s radar lately thanks to its newly remodeled seafood bar, which opened just last month. The refined restaurant gives diners a beautiful oceanfront view that is straight out of a fantasy. The Breakers is also known for its posh suites, with the most luxurious within the Flagler Club, located on the sixth and seventh floors. Some of its amenities include a dedicated staff of 19 team members

exclusively for the 25-room hotel-within-a-hotel, spa-like marble bathrooms with rainforest shower-heads, house car service in the club’s Tesla and PranaSleep adjustable bedding.


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Looking to get in shape for the new year or stay beach body ready for resort season? Flywheel

has you covered with locations in New York, the Hamptons, Miami Beach, North Miami and Boca Raton. Top trainers like Dwayne Frection, Angela Lutin, Chris Tracey and Natalie Cohen Gould will whip you into shape and keep your body fit, tight and right with their signature spin classes. Flywheel has an extensive schedule during the holiday season so snowbirds always have classes available too.


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by Debbie BancroftPhotographed by Paul Bruinooge /PMc