Pita Pata Diva: The Cutest Cotton Vintage Suits on Etsy!

HEY GUYS!!!

Oh my gosh.... I haven't been able to get a blog post up since MARCH! That's pretty much never happened EVER. But when you get married and do a DIY wedding, this glittery smoke comes over you at the very beginning of the wedding planning process...  suddenly you emerge 8 months later, married and completely in shock that 8 months has gone by. It's cuh-razy. And awesome. But, I'll tell you more about that later!

Although summer is coming to a close, it will soon be time to plan for your winter getaways! It's starting to get juuust a little cooler here in Chicagoland... perfect time to start planning for more warm weather ;-) I'm hoping to go to Florida this winter, actually.

And while you're planning for such awesome things, I highly suggest you hop on over to Pita Pata Diva! I've actually posted about this shop before. They make THE most adorable custom vintage suits for the beach / pool. I had a whole bunch of them made for my sailing trip around St. Martin, St. Bart's and Ile Fourche:

I wore my ruffle top as a bandeau one of the days ;-)

I wore my ruffle top as a bandeau one of the days ;-)

I don't know about you, but if you're allergic to polyester like I am, it can be difficult finding suits to lounge around in the sun!

As you can see, these pieces are PERFECT for it! All I had to do was put in a request with the store owner (omg she is SO sweet) and she did 100% cotton linings for me in EVERYTHING.

These are all the pieces I got. I chose tops and bottoms I could mix and match so I have LOTS of options. Pardon the wrinkles!

Look at the adorable heart shaped stitches!

Look at the adorable heart shaped stitches!

I love how the lining is a different print, but still goes along with the colors!

I love how the lining is a different print, but still goes along with the colors!

Aren't they beyond cute? I love 'em. I am definitely going to bring a couple of these down to Florida with me this winter!

So, head on over to Pita Pata Diva's shop now! You can also follow them on Instagram and Facebook.

Tell them I sent ya ;-) And don't be afraid to ask the store owner questions! She has been above and beyond helpful to me.