Minimal Island Girl

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Minimal and versatile pieces are pieces easy to come by, but it's not often you come across styles that stand out when living in Hawaii. There are a few designers on Oahu who cater to that kind of vibe, making this lifestyle a little more exclusive. And fortunately I got a complete look from my friend Anna, owner and designer at Bone Jacked. Her label, Bone Jacked, is all about simplicity with a little edge, and that shows in her swimwear and urban pieces.

In this little story, I'll be focusing on the street style aspect of Bone Jacked with this top and bottom, which I love styling together and separately.

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This cute crop top is the Bondi Top and I love that it's solid black with the crisscross detailing at the front. It's an off the shoulder style and the arms straps add a sexy romantic vibe. Perfect for also sporting during travels to another island or dessert venture. The Bondi Top is a part of Anna's Exclusive collection, which is inspired by traveling. When I'm on the road I wanna feel and look cute but don't want to put too much effort, so this top will be perfect if I decide to go island hopping!

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The Venice Track Pants is one of the most distinguished bottoms I own and what got me is the strip of vibrant red fabric that's trimmed to the outer side of each leg. If you look closely, you'll see an oriental looking pattern, which would totally match the jacket I got from my Lucky Red outfit. These jogger like pants come with a drawstring for adjusting.

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Everything else you see in this outfit were shopped from other places:
- Sunglasses: Japan
- Hoop Earrings: Homecoming Honolulu
- Necklace: Sohom Hawaii
- Booties: Goodwill Hawaii

I love both of these pieces, and even styled with the Bondi Top on several occasions. If you're digging this look and want to cop a piece from the Bone Jacked Exclusive collection, check them out at bonejacked.com. Thank you Anna for the opportunity to let me style with your beautiful pieces; I'm excited to take them with me on my travels!

Also shout out to Michelle of MCM Produced, who took my photos in Kakaako. Check out their work on Instagram as @mcmproduced, featuring artists of different calibers in Hawaii.