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Pastel Fashion for Summer

Pastel Fashion for Summer

As refreshing a sight as Miami’s Art Deco hotels, pastels are the hottest hues of the summer.

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Mimi LombardoMimi Lombardo is Travel + Leisure’s style director.

 

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T+L's Favorite Summer Sunglasses

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Nothing says “Hey, Hollywood!” like chunky frames in red-hot hues.

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Mimi Lombardo is
Travel + Leisure’s style director.

 

 

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Trip Doctor: Tag Heuer's Waterproof Watch

Tag Heuer waterproof watch

Q: We’re going scuba diving in Belize, and I’m looking for a watch that works as well underwater as it does on land. —Anthony Dwyer, Westport, Conn.

A: Just ask the U.S. Navy SEALs, who tested and approved elements of the Tag Heuer Limited Edition Oracle Team USA Aquaracer 500M ($4,200). It’s the latest in sporting chronographs: water-resistant to 1,640 feet, with rhodium-plated hands and a scratch-resistant crystal—and cool-looking, to boot.

Mimi LombardoMimi Lombardo is Travel + Leisure’s style director. Packing is rarely easy-we're here to help. Send your question to tripdoctor@aexp.com.

 

Photo courtesy of Tag Heuer

Travel Tips from Tim Gunn of Project Runway

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Tim Gunn, the fashion consultant and mentor to the contestants on Lifetime's Project Runway, was standing on the rooftop Garden of New York's Waldorf-Astoria hotel recently, preparing to plant a tree in support of the New York Restoration Project, an environmental nonprofit founded by Gunn's friend Bette Midler. Not only did he dig the hole and plant the tree, he actually tidied up the stray dirt afterward. We asked the dapper Gunn what he takes with him when he travels.

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Trip Doctor: What to Wear in Nantucket

Ray-Ban aviators

Q: I’m heading to Nantucket’s Wauwinet resort in July. Any New England summer wardrobe tips? —Jake Collistro, Santa Monica, Calif.

A: The Wauwinet is a casual classic; you won’t feel out of place in a few East Coast mainstays. A preppy nylon windbreaker from Gant Rugger ($225) and wrinkle-free seersucker Mac pants ($225) are fantastic options in the summer months, when afternoon temperatures hover around 75 degrees but nights are cool. For accessories, we love these lightweight yet sturdy Hush Puppies slip-ons ($89)—perfect for walking Great Point beach—and Steve McQueen–worthy folding Ray-Ban aviators ($470).

Mimi LombardoMimi Lombardo is Travel + Leisure’s style director. Packing is rarely easy-we're here to help. Send your question to tripdoctor@aexp.com.

 

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Canvas Tote Bags for the Beach

Canvas Tote Bags: Anya Hindmarch for Le Sereno

Hotel-and-designer dream teams are offering custom canvas totes, just in time for beach season. We love the bag created by Anya Hindmarch for Le Sereno, in St. Bart’s, $358 (pictured). Here a few other faves:

Kate Spade for Starwood Preferred Guest, $199.

Missoni Home for Seaside Luxe at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, in Hawaii, $350.

Clare Vivier for Shutters on the Beach, in Santa Monica, Calif., $220.

Mimi LombardoMimi Lombardo is Travel + Leisure’s style director.

 

Photo courtesy of Anya Hindmarch

Style: Map Dress

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How’s this for street style? New York–based fashion brand Cityzen by Azin turns satellite images of global cities (Tehran! Tokyo! Dhaka!) into dresses, silk scarves, and leather bags. Never get lost again.

New York City in duchess satin, $1,330, Cityzen by Azin.

Three More Well-Plotted Accessories
Canvas Mexico tote, $128, Echo.
London clutch in suede and satin, $1,295, Anya Hindmarch.
Monogrammed world map silk scarf, $460, Louis Vuitton.

Mimi LombardoMimi Lombardo is Travel + Leisure's style director.

 

 

Photo by John Lawton

Nancy Gonzalez’s Adorable Fruit Wristlets

Nancy Gonzalez fruit wristlets

It’s not often that we want to accessorize à la Carmen Miranda. But Colombian-born designer Nancy Gonzalez, known for her exotic-skin bags, has won us over with these too-cute-to-resist woven crocodile wristlets. Cue the samba! Available by special order at Bergdorf Goodman; 800/558-1855; from $2,550.

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Ipanema-Inspired Heels

Sophia Webster heals

The next best thing to sand between your toes: these Ipanema-inspired patent-leather-and-grosgrain heels by Brit Sophia Webster. Tall and tan and definitely lovely. $485.

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Amazing Vintage Shopping Around the World

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The word vintage denotes something of high quality from the past. These vintage shops from around the world stock clothing and accessories you'll want to hold onto. After all, a pair of cowboy boots purchased in Colorado will help you remember your trip a lot longer than a souvenir keychain.

BillyGoat Vintage

2407 NE Alberta Street

Portland, OR

(503) 493-5902

Portland's fashionistas (that's not a complete oxymoron) head to this shop for serious vintage pieces. The space is more boutique than thrift shop with clean, organized racks and a good variety of choices from several eras. Items come and go quickly and the shopkeepers can help even the most discerning buyer incorporate period pieces into customers' wardrobes. The service is unparalleled: The owner quickly fixed a tiny hole I found in a Navajo sweater while I waited.

Absolute Vintage

15 Hanbury Street

E1, London

44-20-7247-3883

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