1. Rebecca Minkoff Tote / 2. Super Mirrored Sunglasses / 3. Cashmere & Silk Wrap / 4. Kate Spade Pearl Earrings / 5. Cuyana Summer Hat / 6. J.Crew One-Piece Swimsuit / 7. J.Crew Mesh Halter One-Piece Swimsuit / 8. J.Crew Tiered Tank / 9. Black Silk Tank / 10. Splendid Venice Striped T-Shirt / 11. Layered Black Maxi Dress / 12. Mara Hoffman Cotton Maxi Dress / 13. Multi-Way Coverup Maxi / 14. Cuyana Silk Tee Dress / 15. Everlane Linen L/S Tee (favorite!)/ 16. DKNY Pleated Chiffon Skirt / 17. Frame Denim White Distressed Shorts / 18. Melissa Pollen Sandals (these can get wet!) / 19. Jeffrey Campbell Fancy Sandals (similar by Seychelles) / 20. Loeffler Randall Saffron Sandals
Even though most of the world is enjoying Fall and even Winter feeling weather, Turks & Caicos remains a nice temperature year-round. The weather predicts averages around 86F, which tells me I’ll want to pack light with a little warmth for travel and just in case it cools down at night.
When I thought about what to pack for Turks and Caicos, the resort we stayed at was all-inclusive. Some of the restaurants had a dress code, and while I never had any issues with my clothing there, my husband and kids had to change once though into something a little less casual. I love the Melissa sandals because they look nice, but it’s okay if they get wet in the occasional storm or near the pool area. And my favorite for our trip was a Linen long-sleeve shirt to wear during travel since we laid over in New Jersey and Seattle.
Outfits are below, and as always, you can shop the list via the links above.
Outfit Day 10.
Rebecca Minkoff Tote / Super Mirrored Sunglasses / Cashmere & Silk Wrap / Cuyana Summer Hat / Layered Black Maxi Dress / Everlane Linen L/S Tee (bring in tote in case you get cold on flight)/ Melissa Pollen Sandals
Have you been to Turks & Caicos before? What did or would you pack?