HOW-TO Pack Light And Still Look Fabulous On Vacation!

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Adventure Gal Wendy C. Gonzalez breaks down her easy, minimal wardrobe from her recent trip to West Palm Beach, Fla.

I travel often, and I am known for packing light. The key is carrying only truly essential pieces and adequate accessories and toiletries specific to the area to be traveled. For my recent West Palm Beach weekend, I accommodated all my needs in my small Samsonite Aspire xlite boarding bag. Here is what I packed and wore!

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For Friday night out in Boynton Beach, I paired a black halter dress top from BCBG with a simple white A-line skirt purchased at a Club Monaco sample sale for a steal of the retail price, and shoes from mustard wedges from BCBG. Later that evening to listen to live music at the Hilton West Palm Beach, I switched out the skirt for Banana Republic white shorts and Club Monaco sandals.

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Saturday morning, I did poolside yoga in a Victoria’s Secret bikini top, and yoga shorts purchased at T.J. Maxx.

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Later that evening I met with friends at Wine Scene for some jazz, wine and art. For the “tony” spot owned by Tony Solo, I wore a navy blue jumpsuit purchased at Zara for a steal as well, matched with mustard BCBG wedges.

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Our last day I took the morning to explore West Palm Beach in my Sky Bike attire: a floral off-the-shoulder Express shirt and those white Banana Republic shorts, (sporting a navy striped bikini underneath!).

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For lunch time by the pool when my familia came to visit, I slipped into my Victoria’s Secret black banded hottie halter with low cheeky orange and black striped bottom.

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Later that evening, I went to dinner at U-Tiki Beach in a beige crop shirt from Zara with a translucent neon skirt from Forever 21 and my Club Monaco sandals.

I traveled in comfy yoga pants and a vintage tee. No pictures needed!

How do you pack for the weekend? Let us know below!

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Wendy C. Gonzalez