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Travel Accessories for Winter Travel

No-fail, stylish essentials—cozy sweaters, versatile separates and glamorous nighttime accessories are ready for take off.


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Left Side, clockwise: Calzaturre Donna velvet ballet flats, $650, Miu Miu, Ala Moana Center, 955-8880. Toi et Moi tan or camel blazer, $112, Basique Threads, Ward Centers, 591-1720. Vintage earrings, $14, Barrio Vintage, 1160 Nuuanu Ave., 674-7156. Silk pajama set, $250, Tory Burch, Royal Hawaiian Center, 922-4190. Sweetheart lace bodysuit, $64, Basique Threads. Ava Sky mala bead necklace, $40, Fighting Eel, 1133 Bethel St., 738-9300. Lucca Couture striped  skinny jeans, $89, Bamboo Sky, 401 Kamakee St. #104, 591-8003. Diane von Furstenberg Winnie wool cardigan, $395, Aloha Rag, 1221 Kapiolani Blvd. Ste. #115, 589-1352. Paniolo vintage-denim jeans, $138, allisonizu.com. Legacy ocelot-print large wristlet, $128, Coach, Ala Moana Center, 947-4550.

Right Side, clockwise: Scoopneck top, $48, Florencia Arias, 1161 Nuuanu Ave., 384-9039. Celine pony hair pumps, $720, Aloha Rag. LNA flannel shirt, $165, Verloop Christina pullover, $104, Seastar 8.4.23, 423 Nahua St., 922-8423. Faux-pearl necklace, $378, Kate Spade New York, Royal Hawaiian Center, 922-3390. Natte St. Mirco floral-print peacoat, $2,750, Miu Miu. Diana camera, $69, Up and Riding, Kahala Mall, 447-9987. Britto Collection Butterfly suitcase, $300, Bag’n Baggage, Ala Moana Center, 942-4794.

 

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