Pro tip: Fall beach vacations are underrated. Each year we take full advantage of visiting Tybee Island in the off-season. Fall and winter are wonderful times to visit. Last year we spent Thanksgiving here and what a change of pace it was! Quieter and chillier to be sure, but it really gave us a perspective as to what it feels like to be a local. So, here's what to bring for a fall beach vacation.
In the early fall, the temperatures are typically in the low to mid-70s. The evenings can feel a bit chillier than the typical low 60s so being prepared with a warm sweater and a third layer is a good idea. Walks on the beach are always in order. With the pleasantly warm days, a wine and charcuterie picnic on the beach is a perfect idea!
For a long weekend at Tybee, plan for a picnic on the beach and a day in Savannah. With great stops along the way for shopping, eating and seeing the sights. Think in layers; the sun is shining yet it’s cool in the shade. Light layers will make it easy to change with weather and feel the most comfortable. Go for neutral colors in fall-perfect fabrics like cashmere and wool. Step out in polished casual style with faux leather pants and metallic accessories.
Today's What to Wednesday is what to bring for a Fall beach vacation
Kelly is focusing on what to bring and do in Savannah and Tybee Island. But her tips work for any fall beach vacation
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