15 Packing Tips From Jet-Setting Pros

  1. Begin Slideshow
    opener3

    4.4K

    SHARES

    17 comments
    See All Slides

    While Mother Nature may have baited us with a few warm days recently, don't be fooled: It's 100% still winter. And, it seems the only way to actually get your sun-deprived skin a healthy dose of vitamin D is to jet out of town and head somewhere tropical.

    But, with every vacay comes the arduous task of packing the perfect getaway bag. So, to avoid any pre-holiday organizational freak-outs, we assembled the ultimate warm-weather packing check list. And, we huddled up with eight jet-setting experts (those people who know how to travel between Fashion Week, photo shoots, and everywhere in between) to put it together. We turned to Glamour’s Rajni Lucienne Jacques, Lucky’s Laurel Pantin, TTHblooms founder and fashion contributor Taylor Tomasi Hill, Eye Swoon creator Athena Calderone, travel publicist Kendall Trainer, model Michele Ouellet, and a few Refinery29 staffers to fill us in on what to take, what not to take, and how to fit it all in a carry-on.

    From the latest in swim gear to the best-ever luggage to the one beauty item you never thought you needed, the 15 packing tips ahead are ones to remember. So, if you want to thank us for these foolproof tips, we'll gladly be your plus-one on your next trip — just no middle seat, please.

    Begin Slideshow

MORE SLIDESHOWS

Designers

Inside Roland Mouret's Awe-Inducing Atelier

The next time you visit Roland Mouret's Carlos Place flagship store, send a silent prayer of thanks to the man upstairs. We're talking, of course, about Mouret himself, who is literally upstairs. Just above the two floors of retail space, where Galaxy dresses, bridal gowns, and exquisite objets d'art abound, are the read

New York

30 Handmade Etsy Finds We LOVE

There's something about buying a handmade good that makes the world feel a little smaller, a little more connected. It also inspires hope that mass production hasn't completely engulfed every area of our lives. Lucky for us, as you may already know, a lot of full-time and weekend artists live right here in New York, read