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16 Things to Pack for Your Holiday at the Beach

If you're headed to the sand and sea, include these summer must-haves.
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OLI13 Oxford Pinstripe

Whether you're headed to the beach or to the city, make space in your luggage for a comfortable pair of sneakers.

Lush cruelty-free shampoo bar

An all-natural shampoo bar that is perfectly portable and gets behind the campaign to ban animal testing? Yes, please.

Jimmy Choo Twist East Meets West tote

Accessible as they are, totes should also come in a summer pattern as chic as this one's.

Max&Co. maxi dress

This is perfect for showing off your new tan.

Burberry check stretch cotton polo shirt


Polo shirts and chino shorts are practically hotel brunch uniform.

Michael Kors Scout calf leather camera bag in walnut

Trust us, this camera bag won't label you a tourist.

Dolce & Gabbana Pied de Poule print sunglasses

Opt for a classic design like this pair from D&G.

Natori printed pants


Complement the vibrance of your island background.

Rimowa Limbo multi-wheel


Do yourself a favor and invest in a sturdy piece of luggage to rid you of your trust issues.

Reiss Aramis stripe black and white straw hat


Sun protection is key. A straw hat acts as both style accessory and SPF alternative.

Kurt Geiger Carvela Kurry sandals

Nothing says “embracing the island life” like a pair of sandals.

Fujifilm X-A3


All those sultry beach sunsets and boat trips need to be documented.

Sweetbitter by Stephanie Danler

It pays to have a literary companion during the downtime that comes with travel. Stephanie Danler's debut novel lets you in on the world of heroine Tess as she navigates through the ups and downs of New York's restaurant industry.

Human Nature Safe Protect sunscreen

The most important thing on this list: Sunscreen.

Mara Hoffman twist one-piece suit


Sunbathing by the shore or indulging in beach activities require a tropical-printed one-piece like this one from LCP.

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Louis Vuitton monogram passport cover


Secure your travel essentials in one adorable passport holder.

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