Ibiza

For decades, Ibiza has been the go-to destination for cocktail-fuelled beach clubs, hedonistic parties, yacht-hopping and some of the most beautiful sunsets you’ll see.

It’s a beautiful mix of all-nighters and unspoilt beaches, crystal clear waters and cocktails.

Ibiza has a special place in the heart of all its devotees, whether they are there for yachts by day and sceney restaurants by night; chicken, chips and house music in San Antonio, or hiking in the hills, yoga and green juice.

WHAT TO WEAR

In general, the look is very much laidback luxe. After all, you can’t dance on the sand in stilettos.

For beach hopping or day-to-night beach club action at Blue Marlin or Destino, you’ll look much more on point in a pom pom dress and some espadrilles than a skintight Herve Legere mini and 6-inch Louboutins.

No matter how many evening outfits you pack, it’s basically a fact that you’ll spend the majority of your time in Ibiza wearing swimwear.

These will take you from breakfast to boat to beach club – just switch up your accessories and cover-ups to suit your venue.

You’ll need a bag big enough to take your suncream and towel – but if you slip the pom pom clutch inside for later, you’ve got the ideal day-to-night look.

Layer up colourful friendship bracelets with gold and silver charms for a very Ibiza complement to tanned arms.

Sunnies are not just for eye protection. They are a crucial part of your Ibiza wardrobe. You can get away with wearing denim shorts, a vest and flip flops if you have some ace sunglasses. They are like the icing on the cake.

Whether you are having brunch at Passion Cafe, cocktails at Experimental Beach Club Ibiza or catching the ferry to Formentera, these easy-wear, summery light looks will take you there.

Dress up with metallic flats for beach clubs that segue into evening, like Blue Marlin or Rumours at Destino.

A jumpsuit is the perfect look for late cocktails into dinner. And if you really can’t go without, you can pair with some heels for after dark.

  

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