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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

The Sweet Life in Hana, Hawaii

Dolce Vita embroidered dress
Zara leather sandals (similar)
Forever 21 straw hat (similar)

While I'm back to reality and work (and rainy weather - thanks Seattle fall), I still have a few more posts from our trip to Maui. These photos were taken during the Road to Hana. The roads are treacherous and sometimes one-laned, but if you don't get carsick, then the drive to Hana is a fun adventure! Husband and I rented a Jeep Wrangler and had the top down as we cruised around the entire island. The views were incredible, and we hiked the Bamboo Forest and the Seven Sacred Pools along the way. We bought coconut candy at stands, which gave us a sweet boost for the long drive. Check this post for more of my food guide to Maui!

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26 comments:

  1. Great pictures, love that sun dress!
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  2. So stunning! In love with this dress! Xo

    Anna
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  3. Very pretty tunic dress. The color & pattern are wonderful. You look adorable.

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  4. Wow stunning pics! You look absolutely amazing! Great style!
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  5. Nice dress, like it!

    L.A

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  6. adore that dress! what a great setting. I can't wait to visit one day soon! The husband and I keep talking about it but we literally just have to plan it!
    Can't wait to see more captures!
    xo,
    nancy

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  7. Oh I love these photos! And your dress is so cute <3

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  8. Riding top-down in a jeep whilst traveling through an island like that sounds like a dream. I'm envious. Such a cute dress too!

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  9. I love this post - it brings back great memories! Your outfit is a perfect casual beachy one. =)

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    I hope you are having a great week so far!

    Amber

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  10. Your tunic is fabulous! Love these pretty pictures! :)

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  11. You sure do have the sweet life. Cute cover up, I like the color!
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  12. So pretty! Love that hat!

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  13. This sounds like so much fun, I'd live to hire a car and do this. Great dress too
    Lauren
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  14. I love your dress, it's so cute!!! And the pics are amazing x

    Love,
    Whitney

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  15. That dress is cute, but not in my style. You're very gorgeous (love your beautiful legs) and those photos are great! Nice location too!

    Virna ♥ OGNIRICCIOUNCAPRICCIO

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  16. pretty!!!! so cute your outfits and so nice photos!!!

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  17. Such a beautiful cover up! Oh how I wish I was lounging on the beach right now... :) Xo, Alison

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  18. I love the embroidery detail in your dress!

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  19. You look so beautiful! This is such a perfect Hawaii look-I love everything about it. Although I'm sorry your sweet vacation is over, it looks like you had a marvelous time! I just stumbled upon your blog and am so looking forward to following your posts :)

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  20. Love the embroidery on the dress! xx

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  21. I love the dress for outing.
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  22. I LOVE the bamboo forest on the Pipiwai trail! But I agree, that drive is treacherous. I mean, the first part of the Road to Hana isn't that bad at all. Once you get passed Hana towards that hike is where I swear I thought it was way toooo treacherous. No words can describe it! Because we were dreading the drive back (and we were trying to make it back to Kapalua before sunset), we couldn't get to do the Seven Sacred Pools. Maybe next time (if I'm up for that drive though haha)!

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Love, Carolyn