Sunday, August 23, 2015

OAHU ESCAPE X WHAT TO WEAR IN HAWAII

More from Oahu! This Hawaiian island is packed with so many different places to see and visit. Even though I was there twice (two long waits between flights to lanai Island), I’ve never really visited other than going to hotel next to the airport so I took the time to actually explore for the first time during this trip. Here are we go!  

 

My husband captured this incredible image of Hanauma Ba, one the most famous point view of Oahu.




...and seating overlooking it  was just amazing and so scary at the same time! Wearing my new favorite one-piece Miraclesuit® swimsuit and beach fringe LE SALTY LABEL kimono. Scroll down to see more pictures of this outfit! 

Want to come back & stay here with for whole winter season! Breathtaking! 

Right before I injured my foot... 

Palms view never gets old! 

Laniakea Beach on Oahu’s North Shore is a haven for green sea turtles. That’s how it got the nickname 'Turtle Beach'.

They come out of the water and make the sand their own! So cute!

Wearing the new gorgeous Darccy London lace skirt.

Oahu is the home of surfing. Beyond this, it is also the home to some of the worlds best and most famous surf spots!

Pearl Harbor is the number one visitor destination on Oahu, so we didn't miss it too. Done  in my lovely Stuart Weitzman sandals!

Overalls-and-bikini vacation combo. Overalls: Guess, Bikini: Victoria's Secret

Slides: Vince

Zoo adventure! Wearing Zara pants and a Zara top. Both got on sale for only 19$!



The significant banyan tree  in Waikiki Beach, Oahu!

More bay views....

My favorite Sunnies at that time! Dior 'So real'


Hiking through the jungle to Manoa Falls.


Definitely was wearing inappropriate footwear, but how mach chic it looked! Love my Tibi gladiators so much.

I think you can tell from the photos how hot and humid  the weather was. So, there was a good point  to play braid games with my hair! 

I am already dreaming about going back! 

Thanks for stopping by! Have a wonderful Monday! Muah!

Photography by Peter Talyzin
Retouching by @toamil