What I Wore in Maui Part II


The sunset takes center stage in this pic. I do not even think I look like myself in this picture. I am wearing one of my favorite dresses of all time. It is the Scalloped Stripes dress from Anthroplogie. It is simple. It is sweet. It wears and breathes well. I think it became many girls’ favorite dress last year. I was no exception.


My hair would not do anything in Maui. I forgot to bring my shampoo and conditioner. Now that I am home I am realizing how much I love my brand. Looking at this picture made me just order some more bottles. I do not ever want to run out again!

I bought this skirt from Free People and it is quickly rising to the top of my all time favorite skirts. It is called Delhi Dreams Skirt. It has pockets! I have not figured out what to pair this with other than a simple black shirt. If you have any ideas, please let me know.


I have finally figured out that to take a good picture of myself…well, first, I cannot be in Hawaii. It must be between 11:50 and 12:08 in the afternoon. With the flash on, please. And I must be starving. Yes, starving is a must. That is what is happening here.

I love this dress. It is so long and elegant. This dress also has pockets. Remember when dresses did not have these? What did we do? I do not have a full size picture of this outfit from Maui. We were running late the day I wore this in Hawaii.

I knew I had to have this dress at all costs. I ended up getting it for 20% off. This dress is from Anthropologie. It is called the Flounced Lace Maxi Dress. It has such a feminine Indy vibe.

I bought it to wear to a fancy dinner in Maui and then never did wear it to a fancy dinner. I wore it to the luau instead. We have a wedding to attend in October. Do you think this would be appropriate?

Thank you so much for stopping by!

5 thoughts on “What I Wore in Maui Part II

  1. I am in love. The blue maxi is so beautiful. The lighting in the blue maxi picture is amazing and makes the BLUE the most beautiful blue I’ve ever seen.

  2. The long blue dress is absolutely perfect, for wedding or wherever. Your peacock picture in background flows right into the dress. I’m thinking you would have been perfect posing for Vermeer in this dress, this setting. (ya, I know, he’s been dead for centuries.)

    • Thanks Auntie M! I cannot wait to wear it to the wedding in September we are going to. I hope it will not be too fancy! It is my one of my favorite dresses.

      Thank you for always reading and making such lovely comments. Love you!


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