Hawaiian Style Everything

Hawaiian-style everything, I say.

Maybe it’s just me, but when I think of Hawaii and the time I’ve spent there, I focus mostly on the fresh scent of flowers wafting through the air, shark-infested waters, and generally bright accessories. Here’s how to trudge through the last days of cold weather with a sprinkle of Hawaiian style added to your soul:

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1. Start with a shark. How prefect is this sweatshirt? Is it weird that I’ve donned myself the official snow shark of NYC? Check it out here, along with a ton of other fun, wild (literally, figuratively… whatever) tops at The Mountain, $48, here.

2. Add a spritz. Of Macadamia, of course. Demeter has a dead-ringer perfume for real macadamia nuts. It’ll also smell delish if you surround yourself with cookies, but that’s another story. Check it out here.

3. A sparkly floral-inspired necklace. Isn’t this bib necklace by ML Accessories screaming for a hula skirt? I think so. Available here.

4. 48 hours of Hawaiian freshness. I’ve been a Secret user for years, but this new Hawaii Citrus Breeze scent is everything and then some, and smells like a big whiff of the Hawaiian lifestyle. Did I mention it lasts 48 hours? You know, in case you get stranded on an island for an extra day or so without any deodorant access (read: we’re all so forgetful).

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5. Bright, glossy lips. What could be better than a pop of bright, tropical pink? Japonesque’s Pro Performance Lip Lacquer in Shade 5 will bring you to tropical paradise is one fell swoop. Available here.

6. Sunnies galore. Honestly, I don’t care if it’s way colder than Hawaii in reality– I plan to live my life, day and night, walking around in fab sunglasses. These See.Saw.Seen. shades are made of real wood and seem to scream surfer culture. Available here.

Bryce Gruber is a Manhattanite mom who can be found jet-setting off to every corner of the globe. She loves exotic places, planes with WiFi, summer clothes, & Sucre brown butter truffles. Bryce's aim is to do to luxury what Elton John did to being gay. Follow her on twitter @brycegruber