The 'W' Edit : Resort Styling

October 7, 2014

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As soon as the weather gets enticingly warm, my mind evokes pictures of weekends away lazing on windswept beaches, dancing under brightly coloured lanterns, midnight swims, and salty beach hair. Holidays are the best part of summer but planning the right outfits for a chic escape can be tricky. My holiday styling tip this season is to go monochrome. You can mix and match each piece for endless outfit combinations. Here are my holiday essentials for a stylish getaway.

Above: White on white is always a fresh, go-to look for summer. Relaxed pieces in a mix of fabrics will elevate this look.

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Tank tops and shorts are a classic combination; add a little detailing like a belt and go for fabrics with a satiny finish and it will work for evening too. For shoes, leopard print sandals add texture in a subtle way.

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Every girl needs a gorgeous relaxed slip dress. This backless number is gorgeous day or night.

 

Photographed by Kasia Werstak
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