Summer style is all about pieces that work for everything you have planned. One of the most difficult occasions to come up is a vacation. Yes, it’s super exciting to make your way to sandy shores, but trying to figure out how to fit several outfits in your suitcase can cause quite the headache. The key is easy pieces that can take you from day to night. We’ve picked a few of our favorites to help you create transitional and versatile vacation outfits.
Let us start by saying there is nothing that a great jumpsuit can’t do. It’s a one-and-done piece that looks polished and feels effortless no matter what you have planned for vacation. You’ll be able to check out local vendors and pop in cute boutiques without skipping a beat. Start the day by pairing it with sandals and a sunhat while you explore. If your evening agenda call for something more elevated, switch to wedges and a drop earring.
We are obsessing over these relaxed-fitting paper bag shorts for spending time in the sand. You can wear them with your favorite swimsuit top for some fun in the sun or pair them with a lightweight denim jacket for an on-trend happy hour ensemble. Although, we’re pretty sure every hour is happy hour while you’re on vacay. ?
We’re all for packing anything and everything linen for a tropical vacation. It keeps you cool as you hit the beach and can easily be dressed up for a night away from the resort. Pair this linen pant with a breezy tank and denim jacket for a look that’s effortless and appropriate for a seaside dinner.
This cardigan hits the mark in more ways than one. Thanks to its vibrant colors and draped silhouette, it feels like a vacation-appropriate piece that you can easily layer over your evening attire. Added bonus? It’s a great option for the plane as you head to and from your destination. ✈️
Honestly, we hardly go anywhere without packing a denim jacket. It’s a fail-proof option no matter where your next vacation is planned. One with a light wash feels fresh and can easily pair with everything else in your suitcase. Don’t be afraid to go denim-on-denim and pair it with the paper bag shorts or your go-to jeans.