for canyon exploring + beach walking
jumpsuit + long-sleeved tee + sandals
for fish tacos + sunsets
tee + leggings + trainers
tank + long-sleeved tee + short jumpsuit
for walking the beach
short jumpsuit + cashmere sweater
for sitting in the sun on the beach
tee + block print pants + sandals
for overlooks + burgers
sun + sand + salt + surf
for soaking in
Once we arrived (+ it was only 10am), I changed out of my sweater, tee, jeans + trainers (it was a record low at home)...and into my short jumpsuit, block print voile top + sandals. The temperatures were in the low 70s F to mid 80s F during the days + dipped into the 60s F in the mornings + evenings. There were a couple of mornings that were cool enough to wear jeans with my blouse before changing into shorts, but most days I just wore a lightweight, loose blouse over my shorts jumpsuit with sandals. I washed the jumpsuit in the sink + hung it to dry overnight once. (It helped to bring lightweight fabrics that I knew line dried quickly.)
I bought a swingy jumpsuit that I wore one hot day. It was cool + breezy during the day and layered well under my tied up long-sleeved tee for an evening spent watching the sunset on the beach. I also bought a hat (which was on my list) on our first day there + it came in very handy. My cashmere sweater was the most (unexpectedly) perfect layer even over shorts at the beach in the evening.
When we hiked or worked out, I could wear my tee, leggings + trainers. I changed out of the leggings + into my block print pants post-hike. The tee + tank were easy to wash + hang dry. The tank could be worn as pajamas + with leggings for lounging. I wore the tank, shorts + long-sleeved tee to the beach the day we headed home. Closer to departure, I traded the shorts/sandals for jeans/trainers + added my sweater.
I don't know how easy that is to follow, but it gives a little peek into how I was able to happily wear thirteen pieces so many ways + for all situations. No regrets! :)