Where better to start than with this wardrobe staple – a white shirt is practical, versatile and nails laidback chic. Just stick to an oversized boyfriend fit for an off-duty model look.
A printed scarf will add interest to a neutral look and offers an extra layer against A/C vents. Choose leopard print for a pattern that will go with almost everything.
Flats are a must, and leather loafers prove you can still look smart and comfy at the same time. The addition of it’s collapsible heel will make for easy slipping on and off, while bright red is a surprisingly versatile shade.
These oversized sunglasses will hide tired eyes and elevate a simple outfit. Plus, the cat-eye style flatters all face shapes.
Small enough to make sure your essentials are easy to reach; this basket bag makes the perfect carry-on accompaniment.
Opt for boyfriend jeans instead of tight-fitting styles for a relaxed ‘just threw these on’ look.
You can’t go wrong with a leather jacket – it will offer you an extra layer for early flights to catch and will also look great thrown over a dress once you land.
If ever there’s a time to treat yourself to cashmere, this is it. Its ultra-soft feel will be a welcome comfort on the plane, plus the material is thin enough to layer under a jacket.
Choose carefully and a pair of joggers can actually look chic – we love the tapered fit of these burgundy trackies, elevated with a slick side stripe.
To keep your look polished, opt for a structured, clean white pair of trainers – if they’re looking tired and worn, leave them at home.
An oversized tote bag will fit any last-minute duty-free purchases and double-up as a beach bag too.
A simple cotton tee is a travel essential – if you want to add interest, opt for a sassy slogan.
Pink tie dye proves a practical sweatshirt needn’t be dull; plus, you can throw it over a bikini at the beach for an extra layer.
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Nothing says 'holiday' like a basket bag - throw in your travel essentials now, and use as a beach bag later.
A denim jacket offers a lighter summer layer than a leather jacket – go for an oversized shape for a relaxed look that’s easy to layer with a sweater.
A simple pair of plimsolls will go with everything – wear them with everything from jeans to a tea dress.
Luxury loungewear is a solid investment if you’re a regular traveller – the slightly cropped length and off-white colour makes these tracksuit bottoms casual but not slovenly.
A classic round frame suits most face shapes, while the pink acetate frame adds a subtle injection of colour.
Stretchy, loose-fitting and flattering, these jersey culottes tick every box.
A light shacket will keep you covered without feeling overheated – throw it on with blue jeans or black jersey trousers.
If you only take one pair of shoes away with you, make it a pair of leather slides. Comfortable enough to wear for long haul travelling and stylish enough to team with every holiday outfit.
A slub vest offers comfort and style thanks to its loose, throw-on fit. Wear over a lace bralette to subtly show off pretty underwear.
If you’re not big-busted, opt for a bralette, instead of an underwired bra. It’s much more comfortable for a long day of travelling. Look to pretty lace styles to contrast with a basic jersey top.
Keep your boarding pass in an easy to reach outer pocket for zero faff, and throw everything else in the main compartment of this roomy slouch tote.
And, Never Travel Without…
... a spare fresh t-shirt (you’ll be thankful on your flight home), noise cancelling headphones, scrunchies (to avoid hair kinks) and something cashmere to keep you warm.