Memorial Day weekend is fast approaching, which means one thing summer is on its way! And with it, picnics, barbecues, nature hikes, swimming poolside, lakeside or beachside, and ice cream. My summer started with a week at the Tybee Beach house and hours spent at the beach. If you are looking for solitude, look no further than a sandy beach. There’s nothing more soothing than listening to the waves lap onto the shore. Today I am sharing What I packed For the Beach.
Today, Beth shares what she packed for her beach vacation
Outfits are shoppable via text and image widgets
A beach vacation packing list requires a different strategy than other trips. We can’t forget to pack the necessities like sunscreen, sunglasses, and hats. Since the weather is warm, loose-fitting clothes and sundresses are a must (I love linen shorts and pants).
Let’s take a look at what I packed for the beach.
2 - 3 swimsuits
1 - 2 cover-ups
4 T-shirts and casual tops
3 pairs of shorts
1 pair of flip flops
1 pair of sandals
1 pair of sneakers
Loose-fitting linen is at the top of my list. A linen boyfriend shirt from Talbots goes with jeans, linen pants, and shorts.
I live in linen shorts all summer long. A cute graphic tee is the perfect companion.
A khaki skirt and white blouse can go shopping or lunch with ease.
A comfy sundress is a summer must-have.
Beach vacations are something I look forward to, and I typically splurge on a new swimsuit and a breezy cover-up.
Linen Cover-Up | Floral One Piece | Metallic Flip Flops | Raffia Bucket Hat | Similar Tote
After a long day at the beach, nothing beats a hot shower, then slipping into a comfy pair of pajamas and robe. Last year, I discovered Petite Plume and became a big fan. How cute is this gingham nightshirt? I wear silk boxers underneath. And nothing is more feminine than a soft, buttery nightgown and navy duster.
Yesterday, I shared 5 ways to elongate your legs and frame. Click the title or image below to read the article.
is the Founder and CEO of Style at a Certain Age. She writes Sundays-Fridays on all topics ranging from fashion, health, wellness, home design and more.
She’s 63, 5’8, and size 8.
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
I enjoy your blog for the variety of your content….it is always a joy to read. I chuckled when I saw your stitch down pleated skirt….my sister is visiting and we both remember having those in our closet when we were in high school.
I love your hair in the latest blog post! Thanks for the interesting blog.
I’m a sucker for a pleated skirt! Thanks for stopping by!
Hi Beth! Can’t get enough of your packing lists. You have really helped me learn to streamline what to take on a trip. Love the outfits you’ve styled especially the Petite Plume nightgown and duster. They look very travel friendly. Petite Plume is new to me, will have to check them out. Also, been meaning to tell you how much I enjoy your son Alex’s Spotify list! I get such a kick out of all the good ol’ tunes and he always introduces me to something new and worthwhile listening to. Please tell him to keep them coming!
I’m so happy to hear you love the playlist! He’s having a lot of fun putting them together.
Love the pleated skirt and the navy duster.
Thank you for such entretaining blog!!
Beth wish of hour kids is the one that is getting married?
My favorite is the one with the darker longer hair
Thank you again
Thanks, Gloria! The son with the longer hair is getting married.
Very nicely curated collection for a beach vaca, perfectly capturing the relaxed attitude with style. Love the striped sandals and how cute you look in shorts! Thanks for the interesting blog and hope you enjoy your holiday!
Glad you enjoyed the post. Thanks for stopping by!
make a comment