Hang Ten (See Jane)

Equipment dress, H&M belt + shoes, Elizabeth and James sunglasses, Rebecca Minkoff bag, c/o Town and Reese bangles

I can’t remember the last time I owned anything Hawaiian print.  Oh wait, yes I can–I think I had a pair of Abercrombie or Old Navy board shorts in jr high.  Suffice to say, it’s been awhile since I’ve dabbled.  I found this shirt/dress on Revolve last week and was inexplicably drawn to it.  I don’t really think it’s my style but sometimes it’s best not to question your taste.  I’m glad I went with my gut; I’ve had it since Monday and I’ve already worn it twice (perhaps the heat is affecting my memory). On Tuesday, I tucked it into a pencil skirt for work and yesterday, I wore it in its true dress form to see Andrea again and to meet Lisa and Sandy.

Notice how wonderful the pictures are again?  It’s all Andrea.

Extreme closeup! Really, I just wanted to show my new favorite shades.


  1. This dress is amazing on you!! Absolutely love it! And again, the photos are incredible!! Andrea is a talented lady! Glad to hear you're getting good wear out of this gorgeous dress – so perfect for summer, and loving the sunglasses & crossbody bag, too!

  2. Super cute! I love equipment! I have a couple newer tops, but it is just too darn hot to wear them – so they are waiting for fall – this dress is great! Love shirt dresses! PS_ The glasses rock!

  3. Love the dress! It's so cute on you. And it's nice to get out of your comfort zone and try something you normally wouldn't wear, to experiment with different prints and designs : ) And yes,these pictures are fabulous!

  4. What a great dress! It's the perfect print – bold and colorful without being over the top. These photos are quite lovely with that lighting too!

    Great blog, btw (found you through The Boot). 🙂

  5. LOVE those shades, and that dress is perfect on you – great and summery. the print feels kind of vintage, which i think saves it from being overly HAWAIIAN PRINT, if that makes any sense. love how you styled it!

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