Here is your guide to curating the perfect capsule wardrobe for your beach getaway! The summer weather is here and if you’re lucky enough to be taking a beach vacation in the coming months —whether in Provence or on the French Riviera— I created the perfect capsule wardrobe, just for you! This capsule wardrobe is a list of essentials that you will need and some outfits that you can create through those.
From chic swimsuits to wear over and over to classic straw bags, along with iconic espadrilles, this capsule wardrobe will guarantee a chic, put-together look ready for any beach activities. Scroll through my list of the fifteen essentials to pack for a beach getaway.
The Chic 15-Piece Beach Vacation Capsule Wardrobe
This beach vacation capsule wardrobe includes 15 pieces in total: 2 tops, 4 bottoms, 1 dress, 2 swimsuits, 2 shoes, and 4 accessories which will allow you to create a multitude of looks. It consists of neutral-color key pieces that can be mixed and matched to create both dressy and casual outfits. From classic white denim to summer dresses, there are probably plenty of items in this beach vacation capsule wardrobe that you probably already own.
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Outfit 1: A day in town
Outfit 2: To the pool
Outfit 3: Seaside dinner
Outfit 4: To the beach
Outfit 5: Evening beach party
The featured image in this post is from the international photographer Stuart Cantor. If you love pastel-hued buildings and the old-school glamour of Europe’s smartest beachside destinations, I highly recommend his print shop.
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