It’s only been a week of true Winter temps here in Big D, but I’m already dreaming of warm sun and sandy toes! We were actually supposed to go to Mexico a couple of weeks ago, but the pandemic had other plans for us.
We’re still hoping to make it happen sooner than later, so I’ve started my packing list in my head. I love the bright colors, bold prints, and flowing fabrics of resort wear, and there’s no shortage of cute finds right now!
Here are a few favorite styles that always come with me…plus some new pieces I’m loving right now.
As for more styles… these colorful finds have me swooning!
one. Striped Ruffle Swim Suit // two. Cut-Off Jean Shorts (on sale!)
three. Statement Tassel Earrings // four. Embroidered Dress
five. Strappy Maxi Dress // six. Tie Neck Swim Suit
seven. Pom Pom Cover-Up (25% off!) // eight. Rattan Drop Earrings
nine. One Shoulder Swim Suit // ten. Tassel Earrings
eleven. Bamboo Basket Bag // twelve. Floral Maxi Skirt
Black & White
thirteen. Halter Dress // fourteen. Rattan Circle Bag
fifteen. Printed Cover-Up // sixteen. Eyelet Cover-Up
seventeen. Bamboo Basket Clutch // eighteen. Packable Hat
nineteen. Strappy Sandals // twenty. Straw Tote Bag with Removable Tassel
twenty one. Abstract Maxi Dress // twenty two. Embroidered Tassel Blouse
twenty three. Embroidered Spotty Dress // twenty four. Colorblock Maxi Dress (CASSIE15 saves you 15%!)
Are you headed somewhere warm soon? We just booked our Spring Break to a spot we haven’t visited in ages, and I’m counting down the days! Don’t forget to grab some packing cubes and these clear zipper pouches if you don’t already have them… life savers, trust me!
Pssst, I’ve got a few packing posts and beach vacation checklists that might be helpful, too!
[More Sugarplum Packing & Beach Posts]
Pack It | How I Pack a Carry-On
15 Swim Suits Under $35
What I Pack for Beach Vacations
Snapshots from Mexico | What I Packed & Wore
Travel Q&A: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3
My Travel Essentials
What I Packed & Wore in the Bahamas
Trip Report | Exuma, Bahamas
How to Pack a Hat
Trip Report | Vieques, Puerto Rico