It would be an understatement to say that the sugarcane fields of Mauritius form the perfect backdrop for a day out on the island.
We couldn’t resist stopping by one such field while driving to a restaurant in South Mauritius. The next few hours were a blur of music, chasing the sun, turquoise arm cuffs, feathered necklaces, mid-day beers, and mucky shoes. Yep those shoes aren’t meant for detours involving farmland 😉
On the other hand, this tie-n-dye kimono is made for frolicking in fields. The maxi length provides visual interest and adds volume. I wore it with a pair of black shorts and a lacy white top. The fuschia shoes and green sunglasses reinforce the colours of the maxi kimono. Adding a dozen bangles and miscellaneous necklaces is always a no-brainer in my books (Hop over to this post if you don’t believe me!).
This shoot is our ode to the countryside of Mauritius, perfect if you’re a Dreamer. Smiler. Sun-Seeker. errr Mess Maker
Outfit Details :-
Kimono – Zara
Shorts – New Look (wore the same shorts here, but styled them very differently)
Top – River Island (bought it using a neat discount code off Voucherbox UK)
Shoes – New Look
Jewellery – Flea Markets in Morocco and India
Sunglasses – ASOS
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