Black Tank/Cami • Oasis | White T-shirt • J.Crew | Striped Shirt • Madewell | Ivory Flowy Blouse • H&M | Chambray • Madewell | Grey Pullover • H&M | Cardigan • Mango | Blazer • H&M | Striped Dress • Madewell | White Shirt Dress • H&M | Black Slip Dress • H&M | Denim • H&M | Black Pants • Mango | Trench • H&M | Swimsuit • Victoria’s Secret | Floral Scarf & Striped Scarf • Azalea | Hat • Azalea | Sunglasses • Kate Spade | Sneakers • Adidas | Sandals • Sol Sana | Brown Flats • Free People | Black Tote • Sole Society | Leopard Crossbody • Zac Posen
This post gives you the outfit options to last post What to Pack for Italy and a Mediterranean Cruise. The 30 options give a variety of suggested outfits for many scenarios. To pack the most versatile wardrobe possible it is important to think of all the different types of outfits you are going to need and how each piece you bring can be changed for each outing. There are outfits that are casual, for the beach/pool side, dinner/formal.
When I plan out outfits I take one key piece and then try to figure out how many different combinations I can make with that item using as many of the pieces in the packing list as possible. For example the black slip dress can be casual with the cardigan, grey sweater, chambray shirt, or even the white t-shirt dress left unbuttoned. Make it dressy with the trench, blazer or shawl. You can also make a formal outfit casual by switching the shoes and accessories.
For example: A day look of the black slip dress, blazer, and sneakers can quickly be made formal by changing the shoes, adding some jewellery, an up-do, and some lipstick, but keeping the blazer. It literally takes less than 10 minutes. This is a simple thing that you can also apply to most of your looks with a few easy swaps. Even just a quick cuffing of your jeans can change the entire look of an outfit.
Creativity and versatility are key.
* Clothing details for all 30 outfits are located under the first collage.
Have a great trip!