Travel Essentials For The Summer

This original article was first published here: Travel Essentials For The Summer Summer is just around the corner and you are longing for holidays. It has been a tough year and you can’t wait to lie on a beach or by a swimming pool with a cold beer in your hand. You can already feel the warmth of the sun on your skin, but you suddenly remember […] Please visit: Men Style Fashion for more articles like this.

Travel Essentials For The Summer

This original article was first published here: Travel Essentials For The Summer

Summer is just around the corner and you are longing for holidays. It has been a tough year and you can’t wait to lie on a beach or by a swimming pool with a cold beer in your hand. You can already feel the warmth of the sun on your skin, but you suddenly remember that you are unprepared and that your wardrobe is full of winter clothes. We can help you make a list of the essential items you will need if you want to make the most of your next summer getaway.


Unless you are planning a hiking trip to the mountains, the first thing you should put in your suitcase is a swimsuit. It would be good to have one made of quality fabric, because otherwise, you might feel rather uncomfortable at the end of a long day. Better still if it is water repellent, as it would provide further protection from outside moisture. If you want a perfect fit, you will appreciate an adjustable waistband as well. Depending on your taste, our suggestion would be to choose either a gradient print design or a colourful style with a playful pattern. They have a very good selection at Oakley, which also includes modern boardshorts adequate for surfing. You won’t be spending much if you take advantage of this fantastic Oakley discount code.

Sandals or Flip-Flops

Whether you are more of a beach or of a swimming pool type of person, during holidays you are likely to wear shoes mainly for dinner (if at all!) and you will be spending most of your days either in sandals or flip flops. Even if you enjoy walking barefoot, you will still need to protect your feet from burning sand or hot concrete. You could get hold of a stylish pair of sandals or slides that have a soft midsole and a durable outsole. It may seem like irrelevant information, but it is actually essential if you are wearing them ten hours a day. Your feet will be grateful if you choose a quality product with an ergonomic footbed.



Sunlight exposure can be revitalising initially, but it can turn into a nasty experience if you spend too many hours resting and baking in the sun. Wearing sunscreen is not enough and you should bring a hat with you. Ideally, it should have a curved brim to protect it from the sun rays. If you like an extra touch of ventilation, you could choose either a hat that has sewn eyelets or one that is made of cotton fabric and mesh. Pick the colour that matches your personality: black is fairly standard, white is safe and neutral, whereas orange is for the bold ones who like a bit of attention. Perhaps you could buy a branded one with a cool logo on the front.


Lots of T-Shirts

When travelling during summer, please don’t underestimate the number of t-shirts you will need. It’s not an exaggeration to say that you should have tons of them in your backpack. Perspiration can really be an issue on hot days, and when you go to the club at night you won’t want to wear the same t-shirt you had on all day. Take with you a combination of t-shirts in different styles. Soft sporty tees will be perfect for your daytime activities, whilst a more classic look would be better for the aperitif time. A suitable example would be a stripy t-shirt with a ribbed crewneck collar.


A Pair of Sunglasses

Last but not the least, sunglasses are fundamental. They are very useful and, above all, they will give you the chance to indulge in your personal style. If you are looking for some advice, sunglasses with black lenses and hand-painted frames can be quite slick. If instead, you are looking for something shinier, ruby lenses will make you stand out in the crowd. It might be a good idea to buy a pair with innovative lens technologybecause it would help you see details more clearly.

If this summer you desperately want to go to a beach, but you are still wary about leaving the country, here is a list of the best beaches in the UK. It is edited by the travel magazine Condé Nast Traveller, so you can be sure that they know what they are writing about. Beautiful sandy stretches are waiting for you.

Pair of Sunglasses

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According to me at least.

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is a weekly series in which one Who What Wear team member or friend of the brand will share the top 25 fashion and beauty finds on their current wish list.

Saying I’m a huge fan of luxe accessories is an understatement. Name a necklace and I probably want it. Bags? Let’s not even go there. Although my wallet might not be happy with it, this summer season has made my accessory-loving heart very happy with so many showy pieces to choose from.

I’m also lucky because a ton of this season's accessories also work when I’m in full-on mom mode: I’m talking hair up and sneakers on. When I was scouring the internet, I was sure to look for pieces I knew could work for both my working life and my personal life. If you’re in the same kind of shoes as me and also love your fair share of handbags and other accessories, you'll want to check out my top 25 accessories of the season.

I never thought this iconic purse would make its way back into my heart, but it did and I'm not complaining. I’m opting for a neutral shade to increase its longevity in my wardrobe.

When in doubt go for a special necklace that’s not only timeless but also has extra special details like heart-shaped petals that make up the flower pendant. 

I love that the frames on these are tortoiseshell and not black. (You better believe I have so many black sunglasses.) I can’t see myself in ultramodern cat-eye style sunglasses, so these ones give me what I’m looking for.

As a working mom, the need for a structured tote bag has never been more necessary. I love that this Mansur Gavriel option is baby blue: It’s a fun diaper-bag alternative.

Styling a chain belt with a pair of high-waist jeans is a go-to for me, and this option is a great addition for anyone looking for a simple gold-chain belt.

I’m not usually one to jump quickly on super-hot items because I fear they’ll go out of style as fast as they came in. But this very now fashion-girl staple has proved its worth to me.

When I’m in mom mode, my hair is always in a low pony so my daughter can't pull at my hair. This scrunchie is a luxe upgrade from my tattered hair tie.

I’m also very into baguette bags at the moment. This By Far version is the perfect statement maker for an all-white or neutral outfit.

I’m not much of a headband gal but I can’t pass up this padded option from one of my favorites, Ganni. It doesn’t look costumey unlike some other headbands I’ve come across and will work with my neutral-toned wardrobe.

Mango always offers up so many wardrobe staples at such an attainable price, it’s hard to say no to something that catches my eye. This neutral baguette purse is no different and serves as a perfect work bag.

I’ve also been looking for the perfect crescent-shaped makeup bag and I think I found the one. I commute, so this option from Cuyana is the perfect size to toss in my car or my tote bag.

Yes, this is another Bottega bag, but hear me out! This classic woven style is something I can use year-round and the style (like the clutch) is one that won’t go out of fashion.

Love a dainty bracelet that speaks for itself. Between the diamond floral pendant and heart-shaped petals, this special piece of jewelry is perfect to wear every single day.

I first saw these on some of my favorite influencers at fashion week, and ever since, I’ve been in love. I’m not a huge hair-accessory girl, but these are to die for.

Yes, I fully realize how extra this may seem, but this is a wish list! This fun case is the type of little luxury item I can get behind.

If you’re looking for a classic belt like I am, go for a woven one from (surprise) Bottega Veneta.

I totally get that baseball caps are trending, but for me, this classic piece has been on rotation in my wardrobe since I can remember. From running errands to lunch with a friend, this hat helps me hide the fact that I haven't had had time to wash my hair. 

This card holder is perfect for the weekends when I'm running quick errands with my daughter. 

White tights are trending right now, and this statement pair from Gucci has also been on my list for quite some time. I imagine wearing these under a pair of distressed denim with a white button-down shirt.

This little bag just screams summer. 

My friends and I have been texting each other about this bag for months, debating whether it is functional or not. I say who cares about function: The shape is a great alternative to traditional bucket styles.

This might be the weirdest accessory on here, but there’s nothing I hate more than an unorganized bag. This little insert will go straight into my tote and can hold my work items and Sophie’s necessities without my purse becoming one jumbled mess.

This is a complete investment piece: I really love owning classic and timeless accessories like this one because I know I'll get my cost per wear out of it. I also happen to be in need of a watch and prefer leather bands for an everyday look.

How cute is this little face mask and bow set? 

Every season I try to switch up my jewelry game, and this leather Loewe bracelet feels timely. It’s a refreshing change from the various metals I have in my wardrobe and works for more casual looks.

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