It’s my fourth trip to Maui and I’m sharing all of my favourite places to get those Instagram-worthy photos. See all the outfits that I wore on my five day trip and all the places I visited on my favourite Hawaiian island. Don’t miss this perfectly blended fashion and travel post!
Aloha! I’m back in Hawaii for the second time this year! This trip was totally different than the family vacation that we took in April. My husband was awarded a “work” vacation so I decided to tag along and do my own solo thing for half of the trip. Needless to say, my suitcase was full with five new outfits and of course, my tripod, so that I could inspire you with some lovely vacation outfit ideas!
Olowalu Juice Truck
What’s more Hawaiian than a tropical fruit juice stand? You can’t miss this Olowalu truck on the side of the Honoapiilani Highway. I had to stop for a strawberry and dragonfruit smoothie plus get a couple photos with the painted palm tree. I wore my new stunning jade crochet chiffon top from Pink Blush Maternity. It’s currently on sale and also comes in blush pink! I completed the look with my blue aviators from DiffEyewear (use coupon code PURSUINGPRETTY for 25% off) and these destroyed bermuda shorts from Guess.
We always stay in this area of the island as it is so family friendly. I love how the palm trees grow right out over the sand and the beach isn’t overly crowded. If you’re hunting for a rainbow, you may just find one here in the mornings during a light sprinkle of rain. This off-the-shoulder ruffle maxi dress is from Pink Blush (featured on a previous post!).
*Update: Unfortunately, the Aloha wall is no longer in Whaler’s Village. Although the Lily Pulitzer store boasts a beautiful live floral wall that is definitely photo worthy!
This cute little number is called the Vivid Dress Dress from The Mint Julep Boutique. I love the colour blocking and the fringe along the hemline. It is definitely a mini dress so it would look great as a tunic with tights too! I wore it as a swim suit cover up and when I went out for an evening of dinner and shopping at Whaler’s Village in Lahaina. Home of this Aloha wall that every tourist needs to capture.
Old Town Lahaina
This little town is so full of old charm and character that you’ll have lots of great spots to pose. This is also where most of the great restaurants are located on the island so it’s essential to catch the beautiful sunset from a patio here. I’m wearing another beautiful and comfortable dress from The Mint Julep Boutique. This one is called Grand Entrance and it is sure to help you do just that!
Surfboards in Paia
Unfortunately, we didn’t get to Paia this trip. We had our dinner reservations for the iconic Mama’s Fish House but as we set out on the journey, we learned that the highway was closed in both directions due to an accident. Since there is only one road passage from Ka’anapali, we had to turn around. I still really wanted to include these boards from the ecelectic Paia town so I have borrowed the image from MyMauiblog.
Where ever you go in Maui, always bring along your camera!
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