There is something so easy about Jen Aniston’s style, it’s what makes me like it so much. I know she is known for having a simple fashion sense, and doesn’t take many risks, but she sure as hell knows how to dress her body with perfectly fitting clothes.
Her California-girl look is one that I think anyone can replicate very easily, which I appreciate. Her choice in clothing for Hawaii is perfect, comfortable and cute, never trying too hard.What do you think of her look?
Here she is spotted on-set of her latest movie, Just Go With It. Want to grab a look like Jen’s? See below!
Item: Splendid 1×1 Tank in navy
Where to Buy: National Jean Company
Item: Olive Khaki Shorts
Where to Buy: ShopBop (similar)
Item: Ray Ban Aviators (I absolutely adore my pair and insist that you have your own!!)
Where to Buy: Zappos
As promised, I am going to start providing travel reviews of places that I have visited and seen with my own two eyes. I won’t be doing this for every location that I visit (that would be excessive), but I do want to focus on providing valuable insight to others, in the form of completely unbiased reviews. What can you expect? My reviews will cover places that I would recommend visiting, places off the beaten path, things too good to miss, or perhaps places that may not be on your radar. I do a ton of research prior to each and every vacation I take, so you can guarantee that should I write about it, there is a good reason for it!
I knew before my trip to Oahu, Hawaii, that I had chose a great place in the Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach. Across multiple travel blogs, travel forums, and travel review sites, they had very favorable impressions, lots of good press, and the hotel provided exactly what we were looking for in terms of a well-rounded property. To be specific, we were looking for a place that allowed us to be in walking distance of shops, restaurants, and activities, we wanted to be on the beach, to have a lively bar or restaurant on site, preferably with live music daily, a comfortable pool area, daily activities that kids could get involved with, clean, comfortable rooms, and great customer service. One would think this could be a tough task to find something that has it all, but in this instance, we were not disappointed, nor let down in the slightest.
Read the full review for the Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach (and Outrigger Reef) after the jump!
In light of my trip to Hawaii in a little more than a week, I thought it would be a great time to kick-off my “what to wear to” posts. Over time I will post about various destinations, complete with items you must have with you, as well as some suggestions on where to buy them. Hawaii fits the bill of a typical tropical destination. Rarely do you need to be concerned with cold weather – a perfect reason to pack lightly.
Hawaii’s average temperature hovers between 75-85 degrees throughout the year. Formal attire is very rarely needed, and resort-wear is what you will find most people wearing. The key to not having to check your bags is smart packing. Most women (yes, I am included in this) have a very hard time not over-packing. For some reason we have this idea that we “may” need those cute boots, or a few pairs of jeans, or seven pairs of heels. Honestly, you do not. A good rule of thumb, especially if you are a newbie to traveling – take what you set out to bring, and get rid of 2/3 of it. I KNOW! What the hell am I talking about? But, I am serious, you won’t need it, particularly on a tropical trip.
On a trip to the tropics, you definitely do not need to check a bag. One rolling carry-on, a nice big tote or handbag, and you are good to go. I promise. Here is what to wear, as well as what to bring to Hawaii.
get the full list of clothing items (all under $50!) and more after the jump