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Fun in the Sun: 3 Beachy Spring Break Destinations
Sunnier months are quickly approaching, which only means one thing – Spring is on its way!
When I’m traveling, I like to be as organized as possible, especially since traveling itself is such a stressful thing. Whether it’s traveling somewhere off the coast of Greece, Miami or to a tropical island, you can never be too prepared in my opinion. In today’s post, I’m sharing my top 3 spring break destinations, along with breaking down the traveling essentials.
First stop - Puerto Vallarta! One of my favorite getaways to visit
The Basics: Pack colors that can work with more than one outfit. You can’t go wrong with denim shorts – they go with everything. I like to pack neutral color sandals that can transition from day to night. It makes packing easier and lighter when you find items that go back with everything in your suitcase. This is why I like to wear the ‘Getting Nadi On My Honeymoon’ Infinite Shine lacquer because it’s the perfect pink that can pass as a neutral.
Up next – South Beach
Key Items: Bathing suits are a no brainer. It’s essential to pack these for the beach, duh. I also like to pack one-piece bathing suits because I can pair them with shorts and wear it out as an outfit. Poolside essentials are just as important as your clothing choices themselves, which is why packing at least one hat is a must. The ‘No Tan Lines’ Infinite Shine lacquer is one of my favorite pop of colors to incorporate when I’m getting my tan on.
And finally – Cabo San Lucas
Statement Pieces: Never under estimate cover-ups because they can be worn over bathing suits or worn as a dress. A good statement pair of sunglasses is really all you need. Carrying a tote bag is important because it can not only double as a purse while on the plane, but also perfect to tote around while playing touristy. Adding too many colors or trends can often be too overwhelming that’s why when I want to add a color or make a statement into my wardrobe, I do it with accessories or with a lacquer like the ‘Is That a Spear In Your Pocket?’