Reyn Spooner’s New Limited-Edition Collection is Full of Tropical Goodness
So bright and breezy, it’s practically made of sunshine.
On My Lānai tunic, $138, Kaimana Bandana shift dress, $168
PHOTOS: COURTESY OF REYN SPOONER
For anyone else out there whose last few months have been filled with fuzzy socks, human burritos (swaddling oneself head-to-toe in blankets) and the occasional heating pad (the CVS one from Longs is bomb, btw), we’re here to tell you that your days of frozen toes are over.
As of last week, the chilly winter season finally came to a close (huzzah!) and spring, with its wonderfully warmer weather, rolled on in.
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Royal Honu high-neck bikini top, $92, Royal Honu wide hipster bikini bottom, $68
Perfect timing, as local alohawear label Reyn Spooner just dropped a limited-edition 2019 women’s capsule collection and its breezy, sun-ready styles are all the convincing one needs to start peeling off those layers.
Inspired by 60s jet setters, the mix boasts a whopping 58 styles. Think throw-on-and-go shirtdresses, shift dresses, tunics and button-down shirts done in breathable cotton. Plus, a plethora of chic swimwear, including bikinis and one-pieces.
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Papa Palm shirtdress, $168
It wouldn’t be a Reyn Spooner collection without some great tropical prints, and this one has it in spades. You’ll find Island flower and Hawaiian quilt motifs along with honu and palm trees. Longtime Reyn fans will recognize the diagonal bandanna pattern as a fresh twist on the brand’s iconic Lahaina print.
Hibiscus Lani dress, $168
At the top of our wish list is the On My Lānai tunic—it’s giving us all the mod feels with all-over florals and an A-line silhouette. The smart Papa Palm shirtdress is perfect for a casual day at the office.
And we’re crazy for the blush-and-mint color combo of the Hibiscus Lani dress. We’ll be slipping that on over the Royal Honu bikini and beelining for the beach, minus the fuzzy socks, of course.
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