Travel Gear: Dressed to Chill

A day at the beach never looked so good.

By Courtney Kenefick | Photography by Pamela Ashley Pasco

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1) Blue Smiths® T-shirt (bluesmiths.com; $75) is made of breathable and fast-drying fabric with UVA and UVB protection.

2) This packable fedora by Physician Endorsed (solescapes.com; $35) has a built-in protection factor of 50+.

3) Nothing if not versatile, a Mott 50 tunic (mott50.com; $148) can be worn as a swim cover-up or as a top with pants.

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4) Putting on sunscreen is the last thing on a surfer’s mind. The solution: a Dakine rash guard (dakine.com; $44) with UPF 50+.

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5) Whether you prefer waterskiing or paddle-boarding, an Athleta rash guard (athleta.com; $79) will be your go-to for days spent on the water.

6) The waist-cinching nylon and Lycra of this one-piece Tommy Bahama® swimsuit (tommybahama.com; $142) flatter and protect.

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7) These lightweight board shorts from Blue Smiths (bluesmiths.com; $185) are made of a multi-stretch nylon that repels moisture.

8) A Brooks Running hat (brooksrunning.com; $24) offers breathable mesh and moisture-wicking properties to help keep you cool.

  • NOTE: Information may have changed since publication. Please confirm key details before planning your trip.
  • Published: Summer 2015