(Top: Vince, Leather Pants: Vince, Scarf: Echo, Jewelry: Hinu Exclusive)
I have to say, being fashionable in Hawaii can be hard. Very hard. Itʻs so easy to just roll out of bed, down to the beach, out to lunch, and out on the town in a pair of drawstring shorts and tank top. All the time, everywhere. But I guess thatʻs just my projection of style?? Right? That is where I stand in the fashion world. Pajamas everywhere I go. Yikes. To be honest, I have a very clear idea of how I see my style and the direction I want it to go.. so to speak. Itʻs just a matter of weather I execute it. Or dish out the money to buy what I want (Isabel Marant, Dries Van Noten, Mara Hoffman.. pleeeease??) Sometimes I look through websites, blogs, etc. and it seems like so much work to be decked out all the time. I get exhausted just looking at all those girls dressed up all the time. Completely exhausted.
But I guess thatʻs the beauty of living in Hawaii. You can pick and choose and it does not really matter. Itʻs that Hawaii cool style. Just living in Hawaii puts you on a different fashion level.. kind of. So who really cares what youʻre wearing , right? No one really pays much attention or notices if youʻre wearing a pair of boxers or a designer dress. I think. I hope… Hahaha. Maybe not. But more so, thatʻs who I am. Sometimes I laze around in my boyfriends t-shirts and a pair of old jeans. Other times I wear my Vince top and leather suede pants. Just because. (Which by the way, I donʻt particularly like wearing the same brands together but somehow this worked. And who wears leather pants in Hawaii anyway?? I DO!) Thatʻs the quality about it. Because I donʻt think people care all that much, I really feel like Iʻm doing it for me I guess. Iʻm putting on those diamond earrings and mascara for me. Not for her or him or you.
In that way I am very neutral about my style and the way I incorporate fashion into it.