If you follow celebrities, you might have already seen photos of Kourtney Kardashian kicking it in Capri with her model boyfriend, Vanessa Hudgens staying at the Amanyara hotel in Turks & Caicos, Halle Berry wrapping her arms around the fam in Bora Bora, or Kate Hudson hosting a babymoon in Greece with her girls.
As stylish stars globetrot to exotic locales, we can’t help but notice some travel fashion trends popping up on gulfstreams and private yachts from the French Riviera to the British Virgin Islands. To help you travel like a A-lister, we’ve rounded up some of their hottest summer-travel looks
Off-the-shoulder ruffles are reminiscent of sultry screen sirens like Sophia Loren and dancing the flamenco. And since they ripple like water, they’re particularly well-suited to summer.
In Cuba, Vanessa Hudgens paired a gold silk ruffle top with polka dots. Alessandra Ambrosio appropriately paired her red-hot ruffles look in Ibiza with the caption “Muy Caliente.” And in Montenegro, Chanel Iman proved that the style works with swimwear, too.
Not surprisingly, celebs are going bold with their bathing suit style. Kourtney Kardashian celebrated boyfriend Younes Bendjima’s 25th birthday with a summer boat trip in Lake Powell, Ariz., that had her showing off a solid-color swimsuit with sultry cut-outs. And while traveling with her model squad, Kendall Jenner showed off a bright yellow bikini with the hips pulled high.
But the most daring, and popular, look has been the swimsuit with a plunging neckline. In Grand Cayman, model and actress Joan Smalls showed off a black one-piece with a revealing front zipper. Actress and singer Jackie Cruz went even more risque in Berlin, posting a shot in a hotel fountain while wearing a yellow suit with a low-cut front and derriere-exposing back.
Great with a tan, white sneakers can be worn anywhere — even, as proven by “Orange is the New Black actress Uzo Aduba, on safari in Tanzania.
Jessica Alba and husband Cash Warren wore their white sneaks on a recent trip to Beijing, Lucy Hale ventured through Cambodia in hers, and Naomi Campbell and Nigerian singer/songwriter WizKid posed on the tarmac in theirs, ready to board a private plane to Italy.
The only problem with these shoes is that they are impossible to keep clean — so maybe pack a couple pairs, just in case.
Maybe it’s because overalls remind us of simpler times that they keep coming back in fashion. These days, celebs are wearing them in lighter washes of denim, from white to worn-out blue, paired with a translucent blouse, a fitted tank or nothing at all.
If you want to go bold, mimic Cara Delevigne, who recently wore hers on the streets of London like a bibbed pair of jeans. For a more classic vibe, crib the style of Kristin Cavallari, who wore hers the old fashioned way with a tee in Tulum.
Mariner stripes in the summer are quintessential French girl fab. Taylor Swift has donned stripes at home and while traveling, in destinations from Rhode Island to England.
If horizontal stripes aren’t your thing, you can go vertical like singer-songwriter Pixie Lott did in a shirtdress in Verona, Italy. Or you can buy your own pair of striped, loose-fitting oversized pants, a la “Teen Vogue” icon Elaine Welteroth in Salvador, Brazil.
In Paris this summer, three different celebs proved that head-to-toe whites and brights look amazing against a tan.
Kylie Jenner showed off a neon-green terry cloth top and tube skirt on a swanky hotel balcony. Model Bella Hadid went for an all-yellow look with the Eiffel Tower as backdrop. And at a Louis Vuitton fashion show, Rihanna kept things simple in monochromatic white.
Hawaiian (Aloha) Shirts
Who doesn’t want a little Elvis in their lives? Popularized by The King and brought back to life by stars like Justin Bieber, the eye-catching Hawaiian shirt — which hasn’t changed since it debuted in Honolulu in the 1930s — has become a summer-travel staple.
Model Ruby Rose proved the Hawaiian shirt works on both sexesduring a trip to Paris. And singer-songwriter, designer and make-up artist Jeffree Star wore a Gucci-designed Aloha look in the Dominican Republic.
Bold 70’s-Style Separates
Matching bold prints, brocades and bright florals makes for an undeniable summer statement. Many celebs — including actress Victoria Justice in Bermuda and Kourtney Kardashian in Portofino, Italy — have added in a glimpse of exposed skin for a sexy touch.
Also popular: throwing in a matching jacket, a la Olivia Palermo.
Celebrities make their living from their looks, so it goes without saying that they need proper sun protection. Plus, when people are following you around with cameras, you can’t be caught dead with bedhead.
Throwing on a hat like the one Chrissy Teigen recently wore in Bali, or Emily Ratajkowski sported during a beachy getaway, makes for pulled-together style that also prevents a dreaded face burn.
Nothing says summer like a tan. It makes your legs look longer, your belly seem leaner and the whites of your eyes that much brighter.
Little wonder, then, that celebrities have flaunted their tans around the world this summer. The most envy-inducing of the bunch? J Lo, who looked strikingly tan in a photo she shared from a summer birthday bash for beau Alex Rodriguez in the Bahamas.
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