I know I posted about wanting to trash the clothes I packed for a Caribbean vacation and buy new ones in bright colours, but TBH, what I packed is working out just fine. I started acquiring olive items in March 2019, and slowly grew this capsule over the summer. As such, some of the items work quite well for warm temps!

My SYC (style your closet) and # of wears will be interesting for February, since I’m changing clothes 4 x a day, and doing lots of repeat wears! 1 outfit for breakfast, change to workout kit, shower and change to swim/beach kit, shower and change to dinner/evening kit. There was a nature hike, and a day in town, as exceptions.

Here is what I packed - though I subbed out the white jeans and wore blue jeans for travel, and subbed out black and white striped T for yellow and white striped T - all in a carry on!

#1 Land’s End shirt dress with the infamous description of ‘grey asparagus paisley’ worn for breakfast twice and dinner once.
#2 cotton olive shorts and dark floral t-shirt worn for breakfast 3 times, and super casual beach dinner once
#3 Lululemon OTF 7/8 pants and blush lace tank top worn twice for dinners
#4 White sheath dress worn for a day in town (all day)
#5 olive shorts and olive and cream top (3rd wear) worn for casual dinner
#6/7 sample of mix and match bikini tops and bottoms, and rash guard worn every day after first 2-3 hours

Shoes (olive leather sneakers, white canvas sneakers, natural slides, black/brown flip flops) are getting rotated with flip flops for the beach, slides around the resort, sneakers for nature hike and visit to town. A Longchamps Lepliage is perfect as a beach tote and fits books, water, snacks, towels, etc. - mine and DH’s!

Not shown - Lycra shorts, exercise bra, and tank top worn for gym workouts. I have 2 sets and have been washing them in the sink and hanging them to dry.

So far, so good! Half way with 7 days left and some unworn items in reserve!

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