Tide Pools

IMG_6627 IMG_6646 IMG_6618 IMG_6625 IMG_6649 IMG_6633 IMG_6634 Dress: Shabby Apple | Hat: Forever 21 (similar & love this) | Boots: Frye (in brown) | Sunnies: Free People | Bag: Street Level (similar & love this, this & this) | Necklace: Michael Kors (similar) | Lippie: MAC “Viva Glam Nicki” (similar) + Liner: MAC “Hip ‘N’ Happy” | Nails: China Glaze “Sun of a Peach” & “Grass is Lime Greener


Remember those tide pools I was talking about? These ones were up higher so we were able to access them without having to snorkel. In Mexico, one of my favorite things to do since I was a little girl was to venture back down to the beach at low tide and peek at all the critters that had been covered by the ocean hours before. The reef here was composed of an opaque volcanic rock, which revealed crabs and fish amongst other sea creatures scurrying away as soon as they saw your shadow or felt the weight of your footstep. From there, you can see the lighthouse in the background, which is party of the Makapu’u Point Trail that Todd and I hiked.

This chiffon dress from Shabby Apple was light and breezy, which made it ideal for exploring. These combat boots weren’t well-equipped for wandering on top of slippery, porous rocks due to their rubber soles, though. And I was careful to avoid getting the leather wet when the waves crashed up the sides, but one caught me off guard and splashed me when my back was turned. But luckily, they were fine. 🙂



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