Jacket and Dress: c/o Marc Cain | Sunglasses: Celine | Sandals: Forever21 | Pouch: Shiraleah | Earrings: H&M
The countdown has begun and I am 29 sweet days away from my trip to Greece! It comes as a surprise to many, but I am in fact Greek. I have experienced the hot Greek summers first hand along with the breezy seaside nights in the picturesque Greek islands. Although, not my first time visiting Santorini and Paros, it is definitely my first time back in Greece since nearly 4 years. From romantic Santorini to celeb glamour in Mykonos, perfecting your Greek Isles wardrobe is a must. I am very thrilled to have partnered up with Marc Cain and their newest store at the Eaton Centre to show you 3 different looks of summer staples you need to pack in your suitcase for the Greek Isles.
The first look is what to wear during the day in a Greek island vacation. The daytime look is easy as 1,2,3. Nautical is summer's most coveted look. From navy to white to stripes, if you are not packing a striped dress for your vacay to Greece you may as well stay at home. Marc Cain has the most adorable striped cotton dress, and I could not help but adding it to my summer vacations staples for Greece. The nautical look is my favourite daytime outfit for my Greek island vacation. Pair it with a Marc Cain faded jean jacket for those breezy mornings and you are ready to conquer the cobblestone alleyways of Paros. For this look, I actually went a size bigger than my normal size just to give myself that relaxed island look instead of the snug evening look.
You can also pair this look with a pair of wedges, sneakers, flats, sandals, flipflops, you name it! This Marc Cain striped cotton dress is so versatile, you will want to wear it everyday even after you come back from vacation.
Daytime look staples:Striped Dress
A fun summer pouch
Heel sandals (mine are just around 2.5 inches in height)
A sun hat and sunglasses are also a must for sun protection.
Nautical Dress Choices
Stay tuned on Wedneday when I share the second essential look for your Greek vacay.