I’m going to admit something that usually earns me some enemies...
I don’t like South Beach.
Sorry, Miami gals, it’s nothing personal! It’s just that, well, you’re way to fab for me. You ladies can stay up late and party hardy and wear neon crop tops and rock beach hair and look like a million bucks in your itty-bitty bikinis in the morning… And I just can’t keep up. (Also, I say things like “party hardy” so clearly I’m not cool enough to hang.)
Of course, I’m making a major generalization here. It’s just that as a tourist and an outsider, it legit seems like everyone and their mother (and their mother’s mother) is out and about at 2 AM in the city that never sleeps (sorry, NYC—I’m demoting you.)
I do like palm trees though. And vibrant sky lines. And endless ocean. And anything remotely tropical, so I guess I could get behind South Beach… so long as there’s a hotel bed somewhere that doesn’t thump with the beat of round-the-clock club music.
I also really do like the new limited-edition South Beach Quinny Zapp Xtra stroller—so there’s that… Inspired by the summer, beach, and signature style of Miami’s South Beach, this stroller is available in pastel blue or pink, and both feature bright, neon accents.
I styled outfits for myself and my little lady to coordinate with our hot new ride (because, matching is our thing!). Baby P is modeling what actually should be a crop top (it’s just a bit big on her!) with ruffled pineapple-print bloomers. I’m pretty sure she could rock South Beach in this adorable outfit. I, on the other hand, opted for something a bit more reserved. I went with Miami-approved vibrant colors—in a more practical maxi-dress style from the Gap. Let's be honest, Mama’s still got to bend down and fold a stroller and put it in a car—and that just doesn’t work out so well in a mini skirt!
Style aside, I’m absolutely in love with this stroller, and so is Baby P. She naps like a dream in the fully reclinable cocoon seat. It folds easily and compactly and makes for an amazing travel system with the Maxi Cosi infant car seat. You can use this buggy from birth on and it can be adjusted to face two ways... But Baby P likes to face out and see all the sights, whether we’re at home or strolling the bustling streets of South Beach!
This is not a sponsored post. We were given a sample for review. All opinions are our own.