We are so glad we packed light but smart. This way we can let go when we want and we can kick into fashion gear when we like. For us having what we need handy is relaxing, that way we are not thinking about WHAT we should wear or what we don’t have , but rather we think about WHAT we will do today.
You will definitely need more than one cover up as most places even beach bars won’t let you walk in and sit down in your swimsuits. We brought 8 coverups, just right for this long trip. Today we are wearing our comfy coverups by… Karen Zambos, Patterson J. Kincaid
The other day we wore these dresses to the White Party. Well, I got hassled by Peter (our Brit friend) that my dress was not white enough lolll He said this as he sat there in his blue and white striped shirt – thanks Peter! Designers: Dolce Vita, and the halter dress is by us (yes we are branching into designing and making our own line)
Today’s bikinis, perfect for this sunny fresh breezy day:
Designers: Lisa Marie, Missoni
Wherever you are, whatever you are doing we wish you a surprising and exciting day!
Ok so you are probably wondering what we wear and what is the attire around here. Before we got here we read many things, some said just beach wear some said long and modest clothes.
We are here now and this is what we have seen in 3 islands so far:
Male: little more conservative since it is the capital city and people live and work there. You can get away with shorts and knee length skirt/ dresses.
Gangehi and Komandoo: let loose and stick with your swimwear, cover ups, and for dinner casual or slightly dressy clothes. We brought long flowing dresses, they are super easy to wear and elevate the style a bit. Other people wore similar things, men stuck to casual but nice shorts and shirts.
Here is a glimpse at our beach ware… can you tell we love mixing, wearing matchy-matchy stuff is not our personal style.
Designers: Ondade Mar, Eberjey, VIX PaulAhermanny, Heidi Klein
Designers: Mikoh, Zinke, Tibi, Tori Praver
Please note – Maldives is not a topless zone. You have to keep your top on, maybe unless you are on a yacht somewhere in the distance.
Today’s swimming companion was a sting ray – seriously we were a bit afraid.