The aloha shirt was a little less cooperative underwater. But we still got the shot. Photo by Kelsey Finn
The white v neck tee. Goes with a pareo or a parka, jeans or a bikini. We all need one. Well, lucky for us all, I’ve been on a relentless search for the perfect LWVNT
What happens when you take two seriously hot bikini babes and a great t-shirt company that’s helping clean up the ocean? These shirts. Boom. Please take note of the shoes too. They don’t clean up
In my last week living in Hawaii, I only surfed in this bikini and shirt. Yes, nothing else in the rotation. Thought that was very worthy of documentation. FYI, the shirt also planted a tree.
I like to slather on some SPF Tee. Especially of the breezy, smile inducing variety. Tee by Sauce. Available aqui.
It’s pretty sweet to find companies that 1: Make sweet beach gear, and 2: Are making an über conscious effort to help out the environment when making their rather sweet beach gear. So, say hello
Say Aloha to the new Pom Pom shorts. I call them Version Blue.0 Shorts by Wonderland // Breezy Tee by Mint. Great combo.
I’m blending in with the beach. Sort of. Tee by Mint // Bottoms by Indie
A little known fact: I am a t-shirt addict. A known fact: I love to surf. So, when Jessica Snyder, a former competitive longboarder and stylist (great combo), recently launched a t-shirt line, Mint Clothing,
My deep thoughts about style.
I think I did all of this, just not in the same order. One of the best slogans (and tees) ever. We can all thank Island Company.
If the wind would cooperate, you’d see that the back says hang ten. Available Here…until is sells out again.
Gotta love a neon coral tee. Even if it’s the wrong city & zip code.
The Aloha Shirt. Literally.
Guest blog post for Foam I have one dilemma when working out: no headbands stay put on my head…ever. Blame it on fine hair and an oddly shaped head, then add bangs at an awkward