The key to transitioning office wear to resort wear is all about the layers. Just because you may be on a work trip or planning to hit the beach after your meeting doesn’t mean it’s appropriate to skip out on a professional outfit.
All you have to do is bring a lightweight blazer that is perfect for summer and layer it over a tropical printed shirt, a cotton shirt, or even a linen button up.
If you decide not to wear a tie, make sure you're at least sporting a pocket square. Here are some additional ways to transition from office to resort.
Brax pants are great for a work trip and resort wear. The five pocket style is classic and effortless, while offering lots of stretch for comfort. Wear these pants, on the plane, to your meeting, and out to dinner and you still won’t want to take them off.
Robert Graham Shirts
Known for his exciting prints, these shirts are a no brainer when it comes to resort wear. Dressing for the resort is all about loud and bold prints. Robert Graham will get you a piece unlike any other designer.
This brand is rather new to our stores, but is definitely worth highlighting. Alea, also known for their bold prints, incorporates more of a 70s vibe to their prints. Retro is in and this is the brand you want to invest in.
The DL 1961 denim is going to be a lifesaver come June, July and August. The pants are super-sculpting, high-retention, and were made with amazingly comfy stretch fibers. No matter the temperature, you’ll be comfortable and feeling confident.
Since resort wear is all about color, Anderson belts are a must-have on the trip. Anderson belts keep you looking professional while adding a pop of color to your outfit.