My Celebrity Life

Can’t Get To Paradise, Palm Tree Tattoos That’ll Transport You

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As much as we’d like to make summer last forever, it’s literally impossible — so we have to get creative. While some people may print out photos of their beach getaways to look at on days when it barely hits 15 degrees, we have another idea: Get a palm tree tattoo.

While there’s no shortage of summer-friendly tattoos out there (think: wave and beach tattoos), it’s the simple design of the perennial plant that we’re loving lately. A quick glance at your tattoo, and you’ll be transported from your home office corner to somewhere far, far away — preferably on an island with an endless supply of piña coladas and no WiFi accessibility. Ahead, 14 palm tree designs we love.

Upper arm tattoos look extra cool when they peek out from underneath your simple white T-shirt.


Found: the perfect best friend tattoo.


When your obsession with the beach reaches an all-time high, consider getting not one, but five tattoos to celebrate it.

Pet tattoos can either be really creepy or really cute. This paw-print and palm tree combination is the latter.

There’s no better time to show off a healed ankle tattoo than in the summer.
Rib and side-boob tattoos don’t have to be small to be minimal — this fine-lined design of paradise is proof.

The more realistic details, the better.
Get inspired by this unique twist on the design trend that incorporates a spectrum of colourful inks and palm sizes.

A palm tree on its own is cool, but it’s even cooler when you pair it with geometric patterns.

These colourful lines take us to the beach and back to our childhood colouring book days (but much more chic)

Credit: Original article published here.

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