Since summer has officially started, it is now time to match your wardrobe with your vacation destination.

Whether you are heading to the beach for a glistening tan, sightseeing nature on a hike, or spending your days on the hunt for the latest fashion bargains, here are some key summer vacation style pieces you can pack in your suitcase.


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Vacation Style #1: Beach Vacation 

1) Bikini Bottom

No day spent in the sand and surf is complete without a stand-out bathing suit. A trend that is always chic is to match a top and bottom in color-coordinated hues. You can mix and match several combos at once!

2) Cute Cover Up

Choose an intricate cover up to throw over your bathing suit when heading back to your hotel or pool cabana.

3) Strappy Sandals

The right pair of sandals can help you show off your pedicure, while eliminating those awkward strap tan lines.


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Vacation Style #2: Hiking Hiatus

1) Striking Shorts

It is important to have shorts that will allow you to move freely when you are climbing boulders, jumping through creeks or exploring the flora and fauna of nature.

2) Trusty Top

A simple cotton top is an ideal shirt because it covers you enough from getting your upper arms by the sun.

3) Those Boots are Made for Hiking

After trekking miles in the open wilderness, a trusty pair of boots is what you need to go that extra mile. These boots can also transition into fall by having denim pants tucked into the top of the boot.


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Vacation Style #3: Style and the City

1) Structured Cross Body Bag

Stash those credit cards, coupons for sample sales and more while you are browsing the racks at your favorite city shopping destination in an over the shoulder bag.

2) Sleek Slip Ons

Every girl knows a trusty pair of flats is essential when walking around countless boutiques.

3) Colored Skirts

Show off your fashionista self at your local mall this summer by sporting some colored denim and suede skirts. App

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