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Karina Chronicles

Visiting Atlanta in an American Made Dress

Paula Schmitt is the founder and blogger behind This Girl Travels. She lives in sunny Orlando, FL with her family, Golden Retriever Mozart and two cats, Disney and Winnie. When not working, and even when she is, Paula’s dressed in one of heramerican made dresses, while running errands, baking cookies and even while traveling from Orlando to Atlanta. You can find her on TwitterFacebook and Pinterest.

 

The day had come, we were packing our bags and traveling north to Atlanta for a few days, part business, part pleasure. I tossed my short sleeve american made dress from Karina Dresses into my suitcase (I was also wearing a Karina dress while traveling). An excellent choice as no ironing needed during this trip.

 

After work it was time for play, so we headed over to the Georgia Aquarium on Baker Street as we had heard it was one of the best aquarium’s we would ever visit, and let me tell you, it was amazing. A great place to visit for the whole family.

 

 

 

The next evening we decided to explore and get something good to eat. Canoe was our choice for the evening, and what a perfect choice it was. Tucked away along the peaceful banks of the Chattahoochee River, I felt confident and elegant in myTrudy dress, and that’s a good feeling.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why this short-sleeve american made dress is perfect for travel:

 

I have said this before and I will always say this - I adore Karina dresses for many reasons and the top reason is this - No ironing needed. Period. When traveling, that’s for me. Also I love that they are machine wash and hang to dry (with no wrinkles!). They are comfortable, versatile and they fit “every body”. How awesome is that?

 

 

 

Which one of Karina’s american made dresses is your favorite while traveling?

 

 

Disclosure: I was given a Karina dress to write an honest review. As always, all opinions are my own.

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