Fashion Over 50 Vacation Picks With Blue is a collection of pretty blue things (all under $100) that may be perfect for spring break or a warm weather getaway. (Oui, oui, we’re thinking Spring in HelloLovelyLand!) After white, blue is my favorite hue to wear and what went in the suitcase for a recent vacation to Hawaii.
First the picks, than I’ll share PICS and info about my trip in a separate post soon. You can always check my feed on IG where I’ll be sharing memories and video.
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Fashion Over 50 Vacation Picks With Blue
In My Bag For a Tropical Vacation
We traveled to Oahu’s North Shore (my happy place) to hang with Honu (my favorite green sea turtle creatures), hang loose, soak up oceanic magic, and heal from the stress of work life at home. Since we have made the trip many times, here’s what works for this decidedly un-fancy getaway.
Linen Top & Skirt to Dress Up or Down
I love the versatility of a long white eyelet skirt which works as well with a funky t-shirt as it does with a silk blouse.
Just One Pair of Sandals
I wear comfy sneakers on the plane and pack just one pair of comfy wedge sandals plus flip flops (which are known as ‘slippers’ in Hawaii).
For a Laid Back Vacay
I can’t live without beachy denim shorts!
I bring along a shirt like this for cool mornings or windy beach walks.
Even though I brought along my favorite one-piece swim dress, I never wore it. There is no law that mandates you wear only granny suits after a certain age. I’m comfy in bikini tops and non-booty shorts or boyish swim shorts.
The swimwear I brought along is from J. Crew:
I Need This Beachy Set in My Life
Fashion Over 50: Comfy Blue Dresses
Me and little blue dresses…I came into the world in the 60’s when my parents were busy students in college/seminary.
My Godmother was all too happy to babysit and took the infant me shopping for a new blue dress each week. Not a bad gig.
The proof resides in the oodles of fun selfies of the two of us (photo booth pictures of L with a loving expression, holding my baby self in a new dress).
What a blessing to have been cherished and nurtured.
Over 50 Fashion: Pretty Blue Dresses
Can’t Live Without These
Fashion Over 50: Casual Breezy Tunic
Blue & Barefoot Elegance
Pretty Blue Casual Button Down
Fashion Over 50: Teal & Tropical Dress
Fashion Over 50: Cute With a Tee
Jumpsuit With Blue
While a jumpsuit may strike you as sweet apparel…for a toddler, sometimes it’s just right on vacation.
How cute would this be with a denim jacket?
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More Lovely Vacation Picks
Check out these sweet finds which may be perfect for spring break or an upcoming warm weather getaway.
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