Resort Wear

Maxi Dress

Long dresses have been all the hype these past few seasons and there's endless reasons as to why we love the maxi! The length flatters all body types and gives the illusion of a taller frame, especially solid colored dresses. Patterned maxis lure eyes to the intricate details that cover your body from shoulders to toes. 


Preppy Tunic

Nothing says island prep wear like a colorful tunic. A great piece to add to any resort wear packing list, a traditional tunic can be worn over pants, as a beach cover up, or paired as a top tucked into shorts.

Opt for tropical colors that match the natural scenery and energy of your destination and leave the basic hues at home!


Travel Comfortably!

While traveling round-trip, who wouldn't want to be as comfortable and relaxed as possible! Whether you're a stylish jet-setter or more laid-back and practical with your attire, our store has many options to get you in the mood to walk through airport security before reaching your final destination!

  

How to Pack Like a Pro!

Step 1: Decide what you're taking

Follow this simple formula: pack 3 tops for every bottom:
Pants and skirts usually take up more room so pack versatile neutral colored pieces.
Think about blending colors instead of piecing together outfits.
Be lightweight! Opt for lighter fabrics and leave the embellished pieces and heavy materials at home or keep it to a minimum.

Step 2: Roll it or fold it

Rolling: great for unstructured bags, like a duffel or carry-on tote 
How to roll pants- fold pants in half lengthwise so that the back pockets face outward
Roll tightly from the cuffs to the waistband

Folding: great for structured suitcases
How to fold a dress or shirt - put the piece in a plastic trash bag (keeps wrinkles from setting) then fold it in half lengthwise
After, fold the angled edge inward to form a rectangle
Fold it in half horizontally then place on top of everything else

Step 3: Placing your pieces

Place footwear and heavy stuff along the wheel base
Lay the foundation- start with tightly packed rolled clothes then gradually build the second layer with folded pieces
Move on to the third level-add thick sweaters, jackets and folded shirts
Lay crushable items, such as structured dresses or molded bras. Stack bras flat so they spoon each other, and stuff the cups with socks
Stock essentials in the lid compartments
Tuck swimsuits, hosiery and underwear in corners
Store fragile pieces in heavy sweaters and arrange them in the center of the bag

.....Bon Voyage!