Currently Craving: How to Pack for a Spa Vacation—8 Resort Wear Essentials
- Published: Friday, July 5th 2013
- in Beauty
How to Pack for a Spa Vacation: 8 Resort Wear Essentials
Clueless on what to pack for your spa vacation? No worries! We’ve rounded up a collection of chic yet comfortable resort wear essentials that we think should be in your suitcase while traveling.
Tommy Bahama Plumeria Swimwear
Nothing screams resort vacation more than Tommy Bahama’s tropical-print Plumeria swimsuit collection (from $62-$147), available in various styles: halter, bandeau, bandini…though we’re also fans of the Plumeria Drawstring Pants with Tassels ($78). You’ll be the coolest girl at the pool.
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Wrap Up by VP
The custom-made Wrap Up collection by Valerie Perez is not only fashionable, but fashioned of velvety microfiber, so it feels amazing on your skin. The Feels Real Wrap featured here, which works as a cover-up by the pool and is easy to slip on post-spa treatment, is just one of several Wrap Up by VP pieces that we love.
Feels Real Wrap, $128; wrapupbyvp.com
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The Signature Ananda Kurta Pajama
The Kurta Pajama set from the award-winning Ananda destination spa is extremely versatile: Made of fine cotton, the airy, loosely fitted shirt and pants, considered traditional, every day wear in India, can be worn just about anywhere: while lounging at the spa, exploring your resort, during yoga class, etc.
Rs.2,010.00 (~US$34); store.anandaspa.com
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Active Living Collection – COMO Shambhala Bag
The modernly designed Active Living collection of yoga and resort wear, available at Como Hotels and Resorts boutiques, is made from high-quality cottons and comes complete with an accessories line that includes this stylish COMO Shambhala bag, perfect for carrying your yoga gear.
£95 (~US$144); available at the spa at Metropolitan by COMO, London
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Dr. Andrew Weil Integrative Footwear Rhythm Walker
Add a pair of sneakers to your packing list in anticipation for personal training sessions and workout classes. Dr. Andrew Weil Integrative Footwear’s Rhythm Walker shoe is crafted with breathable mesh, as well as the brand’s “built-in, lightweight EVA biomechanical orthotic footbed”—we know it’s hard to say, but in layperson’s terms, it means it can help support your feet and realign the lower legs to reduce discomfort.
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Orthaheel Lola Sandals
Orthaheel’s Lola Sandals are not only glam with their dual-toned metal trim, but practical as well: The footbed is designed to help steady, support, and realign the feet to their natural position. Sport them for a trip to the beach, a stroll around the resort, or dinner when you feel like being a little bit fancy.
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Ray-Ban Folding Aviator™ Sunglasses
Ray-Ban Folding Aviator Sunglasses provide protection against the sun’s powerful rays—plus, they’re travel-friendly: The hinged curve allows you to fold them into a compact size.
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Tory Burch Raffia Knit Hat
Tory Burch’s Raffia Knit Hat exudes vacation style, thanks to it being constructed of natural and breathable raffia, accented by a fun yellow or blue pompom. Imagine how cute you’ll look lounging poolside wearing this!
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