Rompers: Old Navy & Baby Gap (Not available), Bow: Baby Wisp
We recently returned from a beautiful family vacation to Maui. It was so nice to get away from the hustle of everyday life and take in precious memories with Brad and Ella. We were there for a family wedding and were fortunate to have a few babysitters (thank goodness for Nana’s!), so Brad and I snuck away for a couple evenings out, just the two of us! We celebrated our second Anniversary by going on a sunset dinner cruise with Sail Trilogy. It was a beautiful evening on the water, the food was delicious and it was so nice to spend time together, away from all our usual distractions. The day after the wedding, the bride and groom treated us all to a catamaran sailing trip, again on Sail Trilogy. I LOVE being out on the open water. There is something so relaxing about ocean air, I swear it is good for the soul.
Now that we are travelling with a babe, luggage space is limited! Hawaii is amazing because the weather is so dependable and it never really gets cold, so light dresses and rompers filled my bag. I planned my outfits for the week in advance and didn’t bring much extra. I found a couple great pieces (black swimsuit in pic) from Swimco before we left. When visiting the beach, a suit that makes you feel good is a must. The other suit pictured was a random find in a shop next door to our resort in Maui! Resort/beach vacations are really fun because colours and prints look great and are so fun to wear. I find myself departing from my usual monochromatic tendancy and and going for bolder items. For the Catamaran trip, I thought the black dress with the cutouts worked great. It is a very lightweight knit, comfortable, easy to move in and it was CHEAP. Like under $20 at Winners. I love finds like that!
Ella was honored to be a flower girl in the wedding. The bride ordered her dress off Etsy and it was adorable. The lace detail was gorgeous and the champagne colour looked so good with the rest of the wedding decor. I splurged on the Micheal Kors shoes and I don’t regret it 🙂 They have hard soles, good support, are super comfy and are adorable. She wears them a ton and they looked great. I have about 10000 photos of Ella on the wedding day, but didn’t snap any of my dress 🙁
I struggle a bit with swimwear for babies. There are such cute little bikinis and suits but I hate the constant sunscreen struggle/sunburn worry! So I trend toward rash-guard type styles. The floral print suit with the hood has been a lifesaver and I LOVE it. I found it online at Coolibar, and even though it was pricey, the stretchy fabric makes it last a long time and it is so worth it. Ella went through a “I hate hats” stage, and this was helpful haha
I have linked as many pieces as I could find for you. My closet is a mix of new and old, investment pieces and really affordable finds. I hope you enjoy!