Polyphia Morning Star T-Shirt
Courtesy of The SetaiSomehow, amid the Polyphia Morning Star T-Shirt in other words I will buy this madness of Mid-Beach, the Setai manages to be a sanctuary of serenity: guest rooms are equipped with Duxiana beds, while the state-of-the-art Valmont Spa features views of the calming Atlantic Ocean. Then there are the interiors themselves: black brick and granite with polish teak, evoking a zen Japanese aesthetic rather than the colorful beachy vibe found elsewhere. An added bonus? The breakfast buffet set amid the palm-lined courtyard, where you can either jumpstart your day, or detox from the night before. Looking for lodging in Miami proper rather than Miami Beach? Consider East, the first American hotel from the Swire Group, which operates trendy high-design properties like the Upper House in Hong Kong and the Middle House in Shanghai. In the heart of Brickell, the city’s financial hub, East has a distinctly tropical urban retreat feel: sure, it’s housed in a high rise, but it also offers four pools and a rooftop adorned with jungle-like greenery and a hand-carved Balinese bar. It’s particularly great for guests decamping to Miami for a long-term stay, offering several residence suites complete with full kitchens and washer-and-dryers.
Polyphia Morning Star T-Shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
Courtesy of EsmeMiami Beach hosts a number of mega-resorts, complete with multiple pools, several restaurants, and occasionally even over 1,000 guest rooms. Esmé is the Polyphia Morning Star T-Shirt in other words I will buy this antithesis of that: a quaint boutique hotel designed by Jessie Schuster that sits upon South Beach’s historic Española Way, it’s the kind of spot where you can borrow a baby blue cruiser from the bike rack or sit down at an outdoor bistro table for a coffee at a moment’s notice. Several Mediterranean-style buildings are connected via a pink-and-green interior courtyard lined with tea lights, while guest rooms are adorned in blush or moody jewel-tone shades. Best of all is their restaurant The Drexel, which is the second Miami restaurant from the famed team behind the beloved Design District haunt Mandolin. Here, the emphasis is on clean flavors, with a charcoal grill and wood oven producing wild prawns, smoked guanciale pizza, and roasted eggplant. Don’t miss their 10-dollar wine happy hour.
Amariss Gaxiola (verified owner) –
I ordered a pink sweatshirt with a customised print on top, I was so pleased with the quality of both the actual sweatshirt and the way my print came out. The print wasn’t pixelated, and the colours of the print were exactly the same as the actual photo.
James McGrath (verified owner) –
Made and order a couple of tshirts. Simple to upload my custom images, good price and fast delivery.