Going on Vacation? What to Pack for Different Climates
Going on a holiday during the holidays? We've put together packing lists for sand and snow.
Never mind filling your carry-on with a million sundresses and caftans. Punctuate a few basic, versatile pieces with eye-catching accessories and you'll have more beach-ready outfits than Heidi Montag on a press bender.
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Over a bikini, lunch-ready with sandals or night-friendly with a little jewelry, this maxi dress can take you anywhere (even on the plane, when slipped under a chunky sweater).
Pair your most basic caftans and coverups with these ultra-glam sunnies...
Or this Coachella-worthy carry-all.
Break out your favorite chunky bracelet that's been hibernating underneath winter sweaters. It'll make any poolside outfit a little bit posh, without overdoing the bling.
Stand out on the sand—without showing too much skin—in a graphic print one-piece.
Toss in animal print sandals. They're tame enough to wear with a herd of outfits.
Packing heavy sweaters, jackets and pants for snowy climates is far more challenge than packing a couple skirts and bikinis for the beach. To beat the bulk, choose separates that can go all the way from aprés-alarm clock to aprés-dinner.
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Yes, we're obssesed with snoods. But what else could make any sweater three times warmer and four times more cool in two seconds flat?
Dressy or daytime-y: your choice.
Shearling-lined boots are polished enough to wear to dinner, but cozy and sturdy enough to wear all day. They're fuzzy rugs for your feet—and no one has to know.
Ditch your go-to jeans for colored corduroys instead. They're warmer.
Packing a puffer might seem counterintuitive, but it's the one jacket you really can ball up and scrunch down to maximize suitcase space. Which means more room for layering pieces (and fancy dresses, and all the impractical things you really want to pack).
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