Life is always so much more enjoyable when you are living in a world of color. There are always so many beautiful flowers blooming year-round in Hawaii. They make me so happy. My all-time favorite tropical flower will always be the classic red hibiscus. There are always so many beautiful varieties of this flower and I love seeing new kinds every time I visit.
Since my wardrobe has been feeling a little drab with limited color selections I have been trying to add different colors to my wardrobe that I would usually avoid. Like a tropical red hibiscus color. I have never been a fan of wearing red but lately, I have been drawn to the color. The only other red items that I have in my wardrobe are festive Christmas pieces. So it was time to add a little more red that I can wear in other seasons.
As soon as I saw this hibiscus red, pineapple print, tropical skirt I had to buy it for my trip. I bought it from one of my favorite Aussie brand’s Posse. An all linen clothing line that is vintage inspired and perfect for spring and summer time. Plus everything is ethically made. Posse works closely with women in Bali and gives them opportunities to work from home so they can work at their own pace, in a safe environment and take care of their children more easily. The Posse team also visits these women on a monthly basis and pays these women an above average wage on a daily basis.
Every time I am shopping on Posse I want to buy everything. They have so many items that would easily become closet staples that you could wear every year. I surely will be wearing this fun fruit print more this summer and I am sure it will be a summer vacation staple for many years. I have also bought a jumpsuit, a white off the shoulder blouse, and a pistachio green blouse from them that I love wearing all the time. If you buy anything from this brand I promise they are great investment pieces that are extremely well made.
Find this skirt here. And some of my other favorites are these red pants, and matching red top, this pistachio green dress, this mustard ruffle jumpsuit, (all on sale!). Plus this white tank crop top, ruffled tan gingham tank top, this white bodysuit, and natural paper bag pants.
After wandering the streets of Hanalei looking at all of the million dollar beach homes and their lush tropical foliage and flowers. We stopped by at the Hanalei farmers market. Since we were headed home the next day I didn’t get to buy much. But I did buy a couple of exotic fruits that were ripe like an egg fruit (tastes like sweet potato pie) and strawberry guava. Then I saw a girl selling freshly made guava juice and I had to buy it. One of my favorite tropical fruits and the juice was the perfect refreshment for a day at the beach and wandering the town. As you can see from these photos Hanalei is such a special beach town and a must see if you are going to Kauai. And
I hope you all have a enjoyable spring weekend! Thanks for stopping by!!