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Holiday Style: How to Pack Light and Look Great on Your Summer Break - FashionWindows

LONDON, May 16, 2012/ — It doesn’t matter what dress size you are, be at one with the beach and embrace your summer break with style and confidence.

You’ll find a great range of slimming plus size swimwear online, as well as some gorgeous essential holiday items to keep you looking fresh and fabulous during those sizzling sunny days and cool summer nights.

But looking like a holiday goddess needn’t mean packing your entire wardrobe. Take a look at these top tips for packing light and still looking fantastic on your summer break.

Jet setter style

Make like the celebrities do and treat the arrivals lounge like it was your own private catwalk and get your holiday off to a flying start by arriving at the airport looking cool, calm and, most importantly, glamorous.

When planning the outfit that you travel in, bear in mind that you’ll need clothes that will keep you warm whilst in England but aren’t too stuffy at your final destination. A pair of on trend chinos strike this balance and will look great teamed with a simple tee, a colourful scarf and a pair of film star shades.

Beach babe

Wherever you’re soaking up the sun, whether it’s reading a good book by the beach or sipping a cocktail poolside, make sure you choose a swimsuit that really works your curves. If you’re big chested, chances are you‘ll need plenty of support up top, which can be easily achieved with a one-piece or bikini top that come with an underwire.

For those of you conscious of your tummy, a tankini top or contouring cossie will conceal the area whilst giving you a sexy silhouette. If you would rather keep your rear under wraps, opt for mini-skirted bikini bottoms or a sleek beach dress for a cool and sophisticated look.

Fashion for nightfall

When it comes to packing for a holiday, evening wear is often where we get carried away. The temptation to take your entire night time clothes collection ‘just in case’ may mean having to sacrifice several essential daytime pieces.

To save yourself from heading out on a sightseeing tour in your favourite little black dress, simply pack a few dresses that double up as day and evening wear. Before sunset, wear the dress casually with sandals and a cardigan, then glam it up with sparkling jewellery, a chic clutch and party shoes come nightfall.