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Fashion Musts For A Mexican Beach Vacation

A beach vacation in Mexico is hard to beat -- warm air, bright sun, tranquil seas, friendly people, great food and excellent tequila, all at affordable prices. When you travel to Mexico, relaxing and having fun is a given -- but what to wear? How about sun-kissed orange and tangerine hues, turquoise and aquamarine, bright coral and a number of other vivid and vibrant colors.

Dresses

The climate can be humid on the Mexico beaches, so pack smart on your vacation. Be sure to also pack plenty of breezy sun dresses and maxi dresses to wear during your stay as well. They'll help protect you from the summer sun when you've had enough on the beach and help you to look fresh and bright.

70s Style Maxi Dress 

Coral Backless Maxi
Orange Dress
White Safari Dress with Red Belt

Be sure to balance out your casual choices with a few more refined pieces. An evening dress from the Macy's cocktail dresses collection will fit the bill nicely. Glam up a versatile day dress with some fantasic accessories.

Accessories

Add a brimmed hat to protect your face and head from the sun, and don't forget to bring your favorite sunglasses as well. Throw in some statement jewelry and you'll be ready for a fabulous time!


Turquoise Accessories Black Caftan with Jewelry, Sunglasses and Sun Hat Ray Ban Aviators Topless Sun Hat Straw Fedora and Sunglasses.

Swim Wear

If you're adventuring: para-sailing or some such, pack a sensible one-piece suit that will stay in place. Then load up on stylish bikinis with eye-catching colors and a variety of silhouettes to avoid getting a specific tan line.

Polka Dot bikini
Floral bandeau bikini
Colorful striped bikini
Purple ruffled bikini

Follow these fashion tips on your next Mexican beach vacation, and you're sure to sun yourself in style!
All photos from Flickr user Maegan Tintari / ...love Maegan under Creative Commons.

Till next time....Keep it STYLISH By Nature !!
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