Toes in the Sand


Being from Oregon, I don’t mind the rain. No one carries an umbrella. If it rains, you get wet. Pretty simple. Apart from a few months in the summer, it doesn’t get very warm, so you’re just kind of expected to wear a jacket. Kauai however, is a very different story. Does it rain a lot? You bet, but it’s so warm you can swim and enjoy the rain all at the same time. It’s fabulous. Rain has always reminded me of Oregon, now with the exception of Hawaii rain. There’s no need for a jacket, just a swimsuit, sandals, and perhaps some shorts.

In Hawaii, or anywhere else, a beach/pool sandal is a necessity. Something that doesn’t get ruined when wet (so stay far, far away from leather), easy to slip on and off, and something that is really easy to clean. I sort of thought that it was an impossible task, but I’ve been proven wrong! These squishy soft Birkenstocks are waterproof, vegan, and they’re cute! I really love them. Plus they are way affordable and super comfy, so you kinda can’t go wrong.

So, here’s another pair in my Summer Shoe Series to add to your summer purchase list (for you and your hubby)! Also, I know it’s only Tuesday, but how is it not Friday yet…? It’s going to be a long week.





My look: swimsuit (sold out, other cute ones hereherehere & here) | shorts (similar)| sandals | sunglasses (similar)

His look: tee | shorts | sandals

I was gifted these sandals by Famous Footwear. All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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