Chilling Out This Christmas? Here’s How to Do It in Style

We’ve shown you how to master lightweight layering for Hawai‘i’s anti-freeze winter, but if your holiday plans include traveling to (very) chilly climes we’ve got you covered.


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Just Chill

Photos: harold julian; hair and makeup: kecia littman; models: sophie wilson and lexi kapono, larson talent hawai‘i; location: mitsuwa marketplace

 

On Lexi (left)

Wool beanie, $335, Moncler, Ala Moana Center, (808) 829-4821. Turtleneck T-shirt, $34.50, Tres Chic tee, $29.50, faux-fur leopard vest, $128, J.Crew, Ala Moana Center, (808) 949-5252. Embellished distressed jeans, $275, Michael Kors, Ala Moana Center, (808) 941-2100. Laceup boots, price upon request, Moncler. Le Petits Jouers leather satchel bag, $730, with snake-print leather strap, $260, Fendi mirrored sunglasses, $520, Neiman Marcus, Ala Moana Center, (808) 951-8887.

 

On Sophie

Eugenia Kim fur earmuffs, $245, Neiman Marcus. Brethil puffer jacket, $1,665, Lunette glasses, $290, Moncler. Turtleneck T-shirt, $34.50, bauble necklace, $68, J.Crew. Concrete sequined joggers, $175, Michael Kors. GOFURIT booties, $798, Stuart Weitzman, International Market Place, (808) 923-5106. Anya Hindmarch fur clutch, $1,395, Neiman Marcus.

 

Mitsuwa Marketplace is home to MoDo mochi doughnuts, freshly made musubi, Hokkaido ramen and other popular Japanese snacks and delicacies.

 

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On Lexi (left)

Quilted nylon vest, $155, Michael Kors. Turtleneck T-shirt, $34.50, J.Crew. Charlotte Simone fur scarf, $245, Neiman Marcus. Velvet skirt, $545, Max Mara, 2186 Kalākaua Ave., (808) 926-6161.

 

On Sophie

Wool beanie, $335, Moncler. Cashmere turtleneck sweater, $695, Max Mara. Crewneck sweater, $690, Moncler. Nylon anorak, $225, Michael Kors. McQ Alexander McQueen patch-cut leather skirt, $950, Neiman Marcus.

 

SEE ALSO: 10 Ways To Layer Like a Local This Fall

 

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