What to wear for your summer vacation

It is mid summer season and it’s the time for you to hit the beach and there’s a lot of looks from which to pick the coolest pieces. Whenever you pack for your summer vacation, try hot new colors, different fabrics and daring designs for your beachwear. Standing out and looking as fresh as a blooming summer flower with clashing colors and even rainbows were seen on the biggest catwalks this year.

You can mix and match fuschia, corals, bright blues and canary yellows making the vibrant colors of nature your inspiration. Shake things up with floral patterns donned by budding designers such as Marni , Valentino ,and Dolce&Gbanana who didn’t flinch away from big and bright all-over prints .

You can pull off big or small patterns in strapless ,off-the-shoulder or thin straps dresses whether it be maxi or short beach dresses . A tie front beach top in attractive and catchy colors is an easy-to-wear pick for the beach .Try out different prints and play with it; such as a palm print beach shirt worn over your swim wear.

A white beach kaftan is trendy and easy to find in different stores and on line retailers. White slouchy jersey beach tee is an easy piece to put in your beach bag. A crop tee or a side knot tank top can be mixed with shorts or leggings of bold prints. The right beach bag has more to it than its design and color. It has to be of a specific fabric that is of easy-to-clean and endurable materials as it has the mission of holding all your beach necessities and will be laid out in the sand.

You can look for thick beach-towel materials, straw totes, or water-proof fabrics. Also, size is of a priority and the bigger the beach bag the better it is. And probably you will be using it on your errands. Shades are not just for looking fancy they are a functional accessory that protects our sight from harmful UV rays and from crow’s feet around the eyes.

There are a lot of shapes and styles to choose from: aviators, round lenses, oval, cat eyes, oversized, rectangular, and now lighter lenses for more eye contact. So with a high protection sunscreen and a good beach read you are good to go.

About the writer

This article was written by guest author Reham selim.