This Is Why You Need To Plan A Trip To Malibu


When you're in L.A. every day, it's easy to become immune to its charms. You know you should branch out and leave your comfort zone, but just the thought of it can bring up more questions than answers. Where to go? What to do? And, how long does it take to get there?

Ugh.

To prove it's worth it, we tagged along with fashion blogger and jewelry designer Jess Hannah and YouTube sensation Evelina Barry on their Malibu daycation. The day was complete with an amazing farm-to-table lunch, surfing lessons, jewelry shopping, and an afternoon hike. Whether you get inspired by it or straight-up copy it, deciding what to wear for such a diverse day can be hard. But, not when you take notes from these two. Channel Evelina's subtle local flair by pairing Cali-approved cutoffs with the latest shades from Sunglass Hut, or go casual with comfy layers and a post-surf topknot à la Jess.

Now, grab your shades and layer on the sunblock. Your day is about to get a lot more vacation-y.
On Evelina: Topshop bralette top and white sandals, Evelina’s own shorts and jewelry, and Tiffany & Co. sunglasses from Sunglass Hut. On Jess: Objects Without Meaning navy mock-neck top, Jess' own overalls, adidas shoes, J. Hannah jewelry, Ray-Ban Round Metal sunglasses from Sunglass Hut.

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