Travelling is one of the greatest pleasures in life. Many of us enjoy the beach, the sea breeze and the beautiful sunsets while sipping that cold margarita on hand.
But all these things are not as fun if you are not comfortable and confident with what you are wearing.
Going on a holiday doesn’t mean that you need to over-pack or sacrifice being unfashionable.
There are ways to make the most out of every piece that you bring and have outfits from sunrise to sundown.
Here are my tips to pack for that beach get away like a pro!
Plan and pack in advance
Knowing where you are going and how many days you will be there will make the process very easy.
You can make a list of the things you need and want to wear at the beach.
You can then eliminate the things that you don’t really need and will just add weight onto your luggage.
This will avoid the instance of over packing and not knowing what to wear when you are there.
Pack by the day
If you are staying at a location for a few days or at least a week you should have a day to day look planned out.
You can start by packing the clothes in separate days if you can so you just need to wear whatever is allotted on that day.
No more guessing for your next outfit.
Have the essentials
Some have different essentials that others depending on the activity but here are just some of mine. You got to have at least one beach dress considering that during your trip you will not always be in the water.
You should also consider having kaftans because it’s comfortable and flatters any shape and size. Flip-flops are also essential since sometimes when the sun is hot the sand gets burning hot fast. Some tank tops and light weight shorts will also very useful during the trip. Don’t forget a wet bag for all your gadgets as well.
Mix and match- Some of us might me a lot more adventurous than others so having a list of outfits will enable you to mix and match your wardrobe.
The most important thing of all is to have fun, be happy and be confident in your own skin.
For more inspiration check out Bondi Lifestyle.
What are your travel essentials?
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