Traveler suitcase: what to wear and where to wear it
Posted on January 06 2017
As we celebrate the beginning of a New Year hoping for the best, we secretly wish winter could be gone with a snap of the fingers. And if we still have a couple of months to go hiding under heavy coats and comfy blankets, there are places where the sun never goes down (or at least not as much as in windy and snowy New York). Whether you're planning to spend the Winter break in Saint Barth or enjoy blooming Spring on the borders of the Mediterranean Sea, you need to think about what to wear. Because what's inside your luggage tells a lot about your destination.
Play the authenticity card in Europe
While it's totally okay to be sporty chic in St Tropez with a knee length skirt and shoulder bag (forget about the Vichy print), Santorini travelers should totally go for full white and navy blouse, and Greek sandals of course. A bit cliché but isn't it what we're looking for, lost in the middle of the Aegean Sea? As for those who dream about a romantic getaway in Italy, nothing would suit you better than a brightful wardrobe in Capri. Bring colors, a comfortable Flora singlet, large short Coco and necklaces made of clear stones falling on the chest.
If you're flying to Rio, go treat yourself with a colorful dress Poncho, orange or yellow sunnies and wedge espadrille sandals.
Stay relax in America
L.A. girls have a lot to be inspired: between pop culture and boho shades, there's no need to choose. Put on printed sneakers to pace the city, swap the iconic mini skirt overalls and show your shoulders in the evening with a black or white Bardot top.
Embrace your eastern spirit
If Bali happens to be your final stop, choose some long vaporous dresses with oriental prints, large silk pants to fight the tropical heat, short jumpsuit, straw Panama hats and of course, some Lingerie for your sunbathing? As for jewelry, let your inner Indonesian Goddess works her magic and opt for a long necklace with tassels and stones. All you need now is to start packing.