The Dream Destination: HACIENDA SAC CHIC



Katarina, A Style Journey

(Affiliate) Long time no see dream destination. We blame the lack of vacation-planning due to some stressful months with both fashion weeks, work and B & me moving out. Anyways, planning-time it is, and we’re hunting down some options for our winter getaway(s)!

In my case at the moment, it looks like it’s either going to be Cuba or Mexico (again) in December. But if I know myself right, this might change as fast as the weather. Especially with us stalking dream spots. Like for instance this super tranquil Mexican hideaway.

Say hi to Hacienda Sac Chich:

«Hacienda Sac Chich is a luxury vacation villa rental that serves as a great gathering place for families and groups of friends offering a sensory experience in Mexico’s Yucatán region. The villa rental’s setting is very private with lots of nature surrounding it».


… very private with lots of nature surrounding it, as the owners says. Sounds just like what we’re looking for. Not to mention the authentic yet a bit modern interior and design, makes the luxe villa the perfect home away from home – with just enough hotel feel. The staff is available for assistance when you’re in the need for it, and if you’re not you’re able to have the villa all by yourself.


After last year’s Mexico trip – in the same winter moth, December – we learned that a Mexican winter getaway requires: comfort and casualness, long evening sleeves, no-heels, less makeup and a lot of oils both for your skin and hair. Perfect to keep the humidity under control, speaking in terms of the hear and to emphasize the glow the humidity gives your skin. Here is our mini-packing list:


Trousers from Katharine Hamnett, kaftan from Make Muzungu, skirt from Joseph, shirt from Victoria Beckham, shorts from A.P.C. Atelier de Production et de Création, short-sleeved shirt from Matteau, dress from Jacquemus, bikini from Melissa Odabash, slippers from Tkees, sunglasses from Givenchy, bag from Jacquemus, face oil from Amanda Lacey and body oil from Rodin.