Mad for Martinique!

mike-rosenthal-tack-artist-group-paule-ka-paris-beverly-hills-hotel-editorial-girl-1500x994The Iconic and glamorous Beverly Hills Hotel a.k.a The Pink Palace was built in the early 1900s and is known for its 1950’s architecture, stylish decor, and legendary guests. It’s a dreamy place I’d like to visit just so I can experience having breakfast at the Fountain Coffee shop whose walls are adorned by my the Beverly Hills Hotel made-famous Martinique print. I have been a fan of this Banana Leaf print for a VERY long time just recently discovering it’s origin just a few years ago. Dolce & Gabbana recently released an entire collection dedicated to this iconic print and I wish I had the $$$$ to buy it all. Thankfully lots of other designers who are more affordable caught on because now I see this print on everything being sold everywhere! I want to buy it all! I just have a love for tropical prints so it’s no surprise to me that the Martinique print caught my attention. I have pillows, phone cases, bed sheets, and clothing in this print and I am not sorry about it. Recently I got my hands on an AWESOME two piece Martinique Print swimsuit via Unique Vintage and seriously want to wear it every single day of my life. Though I got my hands on the swimsuit late this summer, I am glad I at least got to wear it last month at Green Valley Ranch pool which somewhat reminds me of the Beverly Hills Hotel haha. I created this post, not only to discuss my obsession with this print, but to share with you all the cool Martinique print clothing and accessories I have my eye on or have already bought (for you gals who love this print too hehe). First things first though, lets talk about my new favorite swimsuit!
img_9458Can you tell I am totally in my element wearing this swimsuit?img_1914 The Beverly Hills Hotel is known for its stylish Pink and Green Motif so of course I wore hot pink lipstick!img_9466 Just ignore I am doing the same pose in each of these photos hahaha.img_9457 My head scarf, purse, and jewelry is all vintage. My pants are American Apparel.img_9456

This swimsuit bottom is sold out but you can find the top by clicking here.


And if you want another option that isn’t already sold out, Unique Vintage has this awesome 1 piece!

Dolce and Gabbana recently released a swimsuit just like it for hundreds more. So I’d go with the Unique Vintage swimsuit.


Net-a-porter $575

However If you have the money and want me to live vicariously through you, you could always go the D&G route with these coveted pieces.riley-montana-dolce-gabbana-banana-leaf-collection-ss16-01


Neiman Marcus $2445


Neiman Marcus $7745


Neiman Marcus $2645


Caftan. Bergdorf Goodman $2445


Neiman Marcus $2495


I can cry for these right? Zappos $1145

Now if you don’t want to wear the print but you want to decorate your home with it, here are some cool options I found:


Want to decorate your bed or seating with Martinique print decorative pillows? Say no more, Etsy has got you covered with Pillomatic. $16

tropical-glam-banana-leaf-print-duvet-coversWant something more for your Martinique obsession? How about this Duvet from Society 6? Target recently had a Martinique set like this with two pillow shams on Sale for much cheaper. If its sold out at your local target at least you have a backup :).

37821337_030_bComplex wont allow you to paint or use wallpaper? Try this awesome Martinique print Tapestry from Urban Outfitters. This is awesome for dressing up boring walls! $59

il_570xn-884563707_37ohMake your bathroom a tropical oasis with this Martinique print shower curtain, also found on Etsy! $86.50


With the rise of fame of this print, I can definitely see more of it being produced and released within the fashion world. Hopefully, I won’t turn into that awesome cooky lady from Advance Style that loves to wear all green haha. Don’t think I will ever get tired of Martinique!


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