Off-duty Pieces to Wear on Holiday

Explore the beautiful vistas and bountiful landscapes of Hawke’s Bay. Ease into delicate silks, crisp cotton and fresh linen, for the ultimate off-duty wardrobe

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Languorous silks in a pretty palette inspire plenty of rest and relaxation. Maggie Marilyn silk shirt $625, from The Shelter. Miss Crabb silk wrap skirt $450.

Blossoming orchards prepare for a season of delicious fruit. Sabatini dress $475.

Sunkissed linens, like this Shjark dress $329, inspire a breezy approach as the temperature climbs. Citta Design scarf (worn as wrap) $139.

The rugged terrain of Te Awanga beach provides the perfect opportunity to take in the fresh sea air. Kate Sylvester dungarees $549. Gregory shirt $289. Adidas Originals sneakers $150. Meadowlark 9ct yellow gold hoop studs $1805.

Forage for Hawke’s Bay’s finest citrus offerings in a faithful pair of jeans and crisp cotton top. Penny Sage top $340. Twenty-seven Names jeans $360. Meadowlark 9ct yellow gold bangle, $1039, 9ct gold stacker ring, $317, and 9ct gold pave ring $2359.

Drift through olive groves in a dreamy floor-length dress by Ingrid Starnes $389. Penny Sage sandals $490. Meadowlark star necklace, from $525 (worn throughout).

The trench coat gets a modern update, worn around the clock like this version by newcomer Maggie Marilyn, $1200 from the Shelter. Meadowlark 9ct yellow gold hoop studs $1805.

Earthy tones inspired by wild terrains make a strong proposition for exploring a hue you’re not used to wearing, like this russet coloured Penny Sage knit dress $480.

Cape Kidnappers looms in the background of Te Awanga beach. Deborah Sweeney dress $389. Meadowlark 9ct yellow gold hoop studs $1805.

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