If you live in a cold-weather climate, you basically have two options for making it through winter. Option 1: Layer up until spring, and become an expert in all things wool, fleece, and shearling to get through those 30° days. Option 2: Grab a friend and escape somewhere warm, where it feels like summer. Royal Caribbean can help you with the second option (which is clearly the better one), and before you cruise off to one of their summery destinations, you’ll need a few quick wardrobe swaps. Ahead, find eight pieces men and women will want to pack on vacation this winter. No wool coats allowed.
Bow-Tie One-Shoulder One-Piece Swimsuit
If a timeless swimsuit isn’t summering in winter the right way, then we don’t know what is. This navy one from J.Crew has a self-tying bow: a great little feminine detail for vacation pics.
Small Ark Bamboo Handbag
Jump on 2019’s bamboo-bag trend with this sculptural clutch. It may not hide all your belongings from view, but it will be a show-stopping addition to your favorite vacation outfits.
Riviera Short Sleeve Shirt
Slim-fitting and vacation-ready, this short-sleeve button-down is an essential without being simple.
High-Waisted Twill Shorts
Free your legs from the tyranny of tights with these high-waisted twill shorts faded to perfection.
Caeleste Origami Slides
Ditch the flip-flops for these metallic gold slides that can go from the pool to the bar to dinner without ever being out of place.
Vintage Hawaiian Floral Swim Trunk
Made by Reyn Spooner, a brand that’s been making beachwear since the ‘50s, these vintage-inspired swim trunks have the modern sensibility of UPF 50+ fabric.
Straw Panama Hat
You cannot go wrong with a classic Panama hat, and this one is extra cool with a breathable Dri-Lex sweatband.
Slowtide Langley Bath Towel
It may not be a beach towel proper, but it might as well be. This super-soft striped towel is the color of the sunset and will find a home on any lounge chair.
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