Maybe your vacation plans are looking a little different this year. Maybe they’re not. We can all agree that we’ve all got wardrobe staples that make you feel vacation-ready, even if you happen to be staying put. Those of you who still hear swimsuit cover-ups, flip flops and big hats at the mention of holiday attire, beware: Resort-wear includes the casual to the very stylish, from breathable fabrics that require less ironing and maintenance to evening wear, including dinner jackets and dresses. Fundamentally, it’s your holiday. And whether you want to dress casual or formal for the duration, it’s your choice.
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Whether you’ve been travelling to holiday homes or been stationary, it doesn’t mean there aren’t brighter days on the horizon. And who’s stopping you from wearing a bikini or speedo around the casa? The one-piece will always be a style staple, but as summer kicks into high-gear, there are a number of swimwear trends coming to the forefront. Whether it’s a 90s cowl neck, a stringy affair or, yes, even ribbed, here’s a selection of our favourites for him, her, they, them and anyone else heading for sunnier climates.
When she's not designing luxury travel itineraries for her exclusive clientele, you might find her relaxing at home in the Dutch Lowlands. In addition to pursuing her appetite for culinary and cultural experiences, a full-time job we're told, Florean splits her time between The Review's Travel and Style teams.
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