I am hands down the biggest fan of Hawaiian prints. From tropical art pieces, to tropical home decor and clothing, you name it, I LOVE IT. My obsession is unhealthy at times especially when I am on Pinterest... Sorry future husband, our house will be tropical galore.
Recently, I came up with the idea of starting a #DMDHAWAII section on my blog. I wanted to share with you babes my way of styling a cool Hawaiian printed shirt! Whether it's a vintage men's shirt or womens, I'll be posting a blog every other week featuring a different button up.
When I went thrifting with my friend Jamie the other day, we stumbled upon this men's printed button up that I immediately had to buy and that was the moment that I knew, I had to start #DMDHAWAII.
One of my favorite places to wander to in LA is Melrose. There's so much culture, fashion and amazing art, it's definitely an area that everyone should check out. Melrose doesn't only have adorable little shops and coffee shops but the homes are beautiful as well. Every building is unique in it's own way.
On this chilly day, roaming the streets of Melrose, I decided to pair my shirt (let's be honest- it's a dress on me) with my favorite customized denim jacket from Live Wyld.
To spice up my outfit a bit, I decided to pair my attire with the most comfortable booties from Angelina Shoetique. I don't own many nude shoes in general, but this was definitely a pair that I had to have. You can also pair these booties up with fun socks... which you'll see me on the streets in LA doing in the near future and I love that I can run around Melrose all day in these babies, with no blisters on my toes.
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