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Hawai‘i-Based Label Marina & Co. Has Us Planning Our Upcoming Vacation Outfits

It’s sunny styles ahead.


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photo: courtesy of samantha feyen

 

Hygge sweaters and holiday pajamas aren’t the only fashions on our minds this winter. The season’s dipping temps also have us dreaming of sun-drenched vacays and the breezy styles that come with. Take Marina & Co., for example, the little Diamond Head-based label whose floaty boho dresses and laid-back rompers have been fueling our wanderlust. 

 

Marina and Co

Photos: Courtesy of Marina & Company

 

Designer and Japan transplant Y. Marina Palazzo launched the line in 2018, spurred by a desire to create apparel that makes women feel at ease. The sentiment shines through beautifully in her natural fabric choices—cloud-soft crinkled cottons, airy linens and lightweight rayon. Each piece is handmade in Bali, the pretty blossom patterns inspired by memories of her mother’s flower garden.

 


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For fall 2019, Palazzo took the seaside nomad as her muse, crafting mosaic-print maxi dresses in the deepest, inkiest blues, and nautically striped camis and shift dresses that offer nods to Brittany, France’s chic coastal region. She even rereleased her signature tank-style romper in a cool aqua hue that all but demands you kick off your shoes, amble down to the shore and explore.

 


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Available at shopmarinacompany.com, select styles available at Mori by Art + Flea, South Shore Market, (808) 593-8958.

 

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