You’ve said your vows, cut the cake, and danced all night with family and friends — now it’s time to head off on your beach honeymoon! Whether you’re jetting off to Miami, Hawaii, Fiji, or Tahiti, it is on the honeymoon that your romance begins to blossom in full swing and you get to know each other well. As a newly wedded bride, you would want to look gorgeous on your first ‘official’ romantic vacation. so we want to give you 4 honeymoon essentials to take with you to look chic and pretty!

Han dicho sus votos, cortado la torta, y bailado toda la noche con sus familiares y amigos – ahora es el momento para irse de luna de miel! Ya sea a Miami, Hawaii, Fiji, o Tahití, es en su luna de miel cuando vuestro romanticismo comienza a florecer de manera hermosa y realmente llegan a conocerse bien. Como una novia recién casada, querrás lucir hermosa en tus primeras vacaciones románticas “oficiales”, así que queremos darte 4 elementos esenciales de luna de miel para que te veas linda y chic!


1. Versatile Clothing that’s Easy to Layer

Whether you’re cruising around the Caribbean or backpacking in the Himalayas, you’ll need pieces that you can easily shed or add on as temperatures rise or drop. Pack a variety of different tops — tanks, short-sleeved and long sleeved-shirts, as well as few nice pullovers. Also, find a swimsuit cover-up that you can easily wear to a any restaurant. Research what weather conditions will be like at your destination during that time of year, and check the forecast before you plan to leave!

2. Swimwear

Find a swimsuit that makes you feel comfortable with the body you have — be it a bikini, tankini, or one piece. There are plenty of sexy options out there for every size. Do get something that’s a little adjustable, so it won’t fall off if you do actually drop a few pounds. You’ll look and feel like a bronze beach goddess!

3. Lingerie

Pack a few pretty, breezy lingerie pieces, and don’t forget your sexiest pairs of underwear. And, okay, at least one “yowza!” ensemble. You’d be wise to include a few salacious nighties and chemises that will easily translate from sexy time to sleep time.

4. Don’t Forget!

Just because you are on your honeymoon does not mean you have to wear the skimpiest of clothes. A sari can look as sexy as a short dress, if draped well. So wear the clothes you are comfortable in and carry them off with grace and confidence. Opt for long skirts, frill tops and soft-linen dresses. At night, wear something elegant like a nice cocktail dress or a flawy sarong. Your husband will surely not be able to take his eyes off you!

1. Prendas versátiles

Ya sea que estés de crucero por el Caribe o de mochilero en el Himalaya, necesitarás piezas que se pueden sobreponer o quitar fácilmente cuando las temperaturas suben y bajan. Lleva una variedad de diferentes tops – de manga corta, manga larga, así como unos jerseys agradables. Además, es buena idea llevar un pareo para ponerse encima del traje de baño cuando entren a un restaurante. Y recuerda comprobar el pronóstico antes de iniciar su viaje!

2. Trajes de baño

Encuentra un traje de baño que te haga sentirte cómoda con tu cuerpo – ya sea un bikini, tankini, o una sola pieza. Te vas a ver y sentir como una diosa bronceada de la playa!

3. Lencería

Lleva unas bonitas piezas de lencería cómodas, y no te olvides de tus conjuntos más provocativos. Será lindo incluir unos camisones y chemises que se traducirán fácilmente de momentos sexy a momentos para dormir.

4. No olvides!

Usa la ropa con la que te sientas cómoda y así la llevarás con gracia y confianza. Opta por faldas largas, tops de volantitos y vestidos de lino suaves. Por la noche, lleva algo elegante como un vestido de cóctel o un pareo con movimiento. Tu marido no será capaz de apartar sus ojos de ti!

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 / Turquoise body-jewellery from NANDY

Bikini top from COCADA
 / Trouser-skirt from ORNA FARHO / Necklaces from NANDY

PHOTOGRAPHY: Barbara Serrano
HAIR AND MAKEUP:  Jorge Sanchez

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