VISIT TO MAKENA BEACH

Hi everyone! Hope you had an awesome long weekend and a great MLK Day. Heres to another Hawaii post for ya. Now, let’s pick up where we left off. After four days at my work conference in Waikiki, I was more than ready to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life and head to the infamous North Shore all my friends were ranting and raving about back here in NC. Without hesitation, our first free day, we dropped our bags off at our Airbnb, and hit the road to see what the North Shore had to offer. After intentionally getting lost for an hour, scoping out the surfers, vegans and pineapple dealers and hippies, we stumbled across Makena Beach. It was quiet, private, and had little to no people, FYI, my favorite type of beach. Charles and I just sunbathed, checked in with family, put our feet in the water, explored the wooded areas, walked the shoreline, took a few pics for the blog and just relaxed and enjoyed the quiet. I love the vibe of the North Shore, the locals are so friendly and welcoming and the pineapples are the freshest sweetest pineapples I. EVER. HAD. Speaking of pineapples, I’ll be sharing more about my visit to the Dole plantation later in the month. What an experience that was!

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Keep scrolling for outfit deets…

Sunglasses | Jumpsuit | Shoes

Most of this trip, I kept my looks loose, easy breezy and of course fun and colorful. I guess that’s what the island life is all about, bathing suits and loose clothing. Did I mention this is my kind of vibe? I’m rocking my Oui Fresh Daisy Sunglasses in Sriracha, Jelly Shoes Lip Gloss and I’ve linked the rest of my look above. The jumpsuit was bought on sale from Target, but I’ve linked a similar look for shopping. Of course, no Hawaiian look would be complete with the flower in the hair. The lovely flower was purchased from a fun tourist shop in Waikiki, but it was clearly made for a day at Makena Beach, right?  Looking forward to sharing more Hawaii post at a later date. Hope you have a great rest of the week.

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