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What to Wear on Vacation this Summer

Edited by Dawn Wood




1) Mesh and Other Perforations
Mesh has definitely been the golden child of the recent punk canadian pharmacy viagra legal revival, but it’s also been spotted making cameos on the runways as the +1 to trousers and shift dresses. Mesh is a great layering staple, and provides breath-ability, while still fending off those glaring UV rays. It packs light in your suitcase, can compliment almost any fabric and keeps you from looking like a lobster after spending a day frolicking under the sun. What more could you ask for?


2) Wide Brimmed Visors
Meet the floppy sunhat’s more athletically inclined twin. It’s the standard sun hat, without the top cap, and with the addition of a grip tape or elastic closure. Don’t you just love it when practicality and style come together? 😉 You can don these hats with a blouse and trousers, a la Phillip Lim, or, on a lazy day, an easy sundress.



3) Dolphin Hems on Skirts and Dresses
Dolphin cut shorts had their heyday a few seasons ago. Regardless, this season, the dolphin hem has found a more sartorially compatible silhouette, and is back for a new season. This time, they’ve joined with skirts and dresses. This hemline adds an athletic inspired spin on an otherwise girly silhouette. Juxtaposition wins again.


4) Bermuda Shorts
I got to give it Bermuda shorts for their relentlessness in pursuing style credibility. Although Bermuda wearers are still most often spotted on the golf course, they haven’t given up in their pursuit for a moment in the limelight. Wide crops and slim fitted Bermudas have been sighted on the runways of BalenciagaVictor and Rolf, and Vera Wang, among others. Yes, Bermuda shorts can cut the leg at a length that’s not always the most flattering, and I would not suggest wearing Bermudas with flat shoes unless you’ve got pins like Giselle, but heels are very good at playing optical illusions.