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STYLING

3 WAYS TO VACAY IN STYLE

May 29, 2019

Sitting down before your vacation and planning a look for each day may not sound like fun to everyone (just us then), but it makes your vacay wayyyy easier, trust. Who wants to be thinking about what shoe goes with which pant when there’s sun, sea and cocktails to be enjoyed? To get you started, we’ve put together three looks that include SS19’s biggest trends and work for practically every sunny sitch. So you can focus on more important things, like nabbing the best pool chair for example...
A model in a purple top and orange jeans | ASOS Style Feed

A model in a purple top and orange jeans | ASOS Style Feed

Sorbet shades

Yes, neon is a pretty big deal right now, but we can’t help but think pastels are a more vacay-appropriate color story (don’t @ us).  Here's a pro tip (literally): a swimsuit can double up as half of your daytime 'fit, so rocking jeans over a one-piece will have you looking cute for lunch and a dip afterwards. To finish, a pair of block-heel sandals with jelly-shoe vibes, plus a beaded bag to pop your towel (and your flip flops) in are all you need...
A model in a tropical print co-ord | ASOS Style Feed

A model in tropical print co-ords | ASOS Style Feed

Totally tropical

Only allowing yourself to invest in one new thing for your getaway? A tropical print co-ord is ideal... Combined with strappy heels and a white top, it’s a slick dress alternative for dinner, drinks and dancing, if that’s where the night takes you. Plus the shorts on their own will work for daytime exploring, while the jacket is the perfect morning/evening cover-up for when you head home. Case closed.
A model in a tie-dye dress and slides | ASOS Style Feed

A model in a tie-dye dress | ASOS Style Feed

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California, here we come

There are some serious Cali surfer vibes making the rounds this season — see the SS19 collections of Calvin Klein, Etro and designer-of-the-moment Marine Serre. So, even if you have no desire to actually hit the waves and plan to lounge at the hotel bar instead, a tie-dye dress is an on-point addition to your suitcase. Pair it with raffia sandals and an embellished hair clip for a totally gnarly look —whether you're heading to Santa Barbara or Santa Ponsa. 

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