Sorry No Vacancy!

I am not going to lie, but I live for bars and restaurants with fancy interior. It just makes me excited because I can enjoy the ambiance, and also take some good pictures. I really wanted to dress bright and tropical like, since I knew No Vacancy had tropical vibes as their interior. I am wearing a black crop top with some sea shells on them from Zara, and paired the black crop top with a bright yellow cheetah print skirt from Zara as well. You can’t feel boujee without some good pair of sunglasses can you? I am wearing Celine shades. Also, I know the skirt is huge fashion risk since it’s not common, but trust me I went for it. Sometimes you just have to take the risk with fashion if you want to pop out because I like playing around with my outfits.
I am obsessed with their amazing cocktails, and they have a really nice bar with different drinks. I loved exploring their drinks, and just hanging out with my bestie. I accessorized, my outfit with a chain necklace from Zara and Express. I paired them with sunnies, I am wearing Ray-ban sunnies here.

“Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak.”

Hope you guys got some decor inspo and fashion inspo from this post!! Enjoy, work hard and stay true to yourself.


I am definitely sucker for roof top venues. I love roof tops bars, restaurants, hotels etc. There aren’t quite roof top venues in Tampa since Tampa is still a rising metropolitan. But, I found a gem in the heart of downtown Tampa called Attic Café. I have been desiring to visit Attic Café persistently, and I am satisfied because I finally got a chance too.
The view was noticeably impressive, you could see the entire downtown range from the roof. I tried there matcha latte which was truly decent. Nonetheless, I have been fascinated with matcha tea.

Let’s talk about what I wore to Attic Café. I wore a white off shoulder top with jazzy puff sleeves from Zara. Trust me, while wearing the top I felt like I was one of the ladies from Renaissance era. I combined it with a black crochet shorts from Zara, which impeccably complemented the theme of the top. My ensemble looked like a modern version of Victorian era’s fashion. Sorry, guys I am throwing some historical terms because I am taking European history this semester ha-ha. Anyways, Attic Café was astonishing, and I will positively go back to try their menu! Oh yes! Shout out to my lovely mom for being the photographer like always.