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Jetting off on your honeymoon is such an exciting time. It's also something that needs to be prepared for amidst your wedding planning arrangements. It's a great idea to think well in advance about what to wear on your honeymoon. Here's our guide for the fashionista bride...


For desert island honeymoons...

If you will be spending your honeymoon on a tropical beach, the chances are it’s going to be a long way from the UK...

Maximise your suitcase space by choosing natural fabrics in silk, cotton and jersey, which can be rolled up without creasing.

Honeymoon Wardrobe
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Top tip: A floaty, silky dress is a must-have for romantic dinners – try Ghost for form-fitting, bohemian dresses, or Acne for fashion forward tencel (aka lyocell) separates.

Honeymoon Clothing

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For snow-filled honeymoons…

Skiing never goes out of fashion, and a snowy honeymoon offers a great excuse to update your ski wardrobe - you can even colour co-ordinate with your new husband! For après-ski style, stay on-trend with a pair of over-the-knee boots and a jersey dress, and a faux-fur coat to keep you warm between the chalet and the bar.

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Top tip: Send your ski-wear ahead of you to the resort (there are a number of specialist courier companies who can arrange this for you) – the last thing you want is to be struggling with a mountain of bags and snowboards at the airport on the first day of your honeymoon.

For city-hopping honeymoons…

Venice, Paris, Monaco, New York… there is nothing more chic than a city-hopping honeymoon.

City style is all about good layering, so stock up on fine knit jerseys, cashmere cover-ups, and pretty sun dresses. Invest in a beautiful and roomy handbag with a zipped compartment (you can’t go wrong with Mulberry or Hermes) where you can keep all your essentials safe and close.

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Top tip: Leave plenty of room in your suitcase so you can invest in some beautiful clothing and accessories while you’re away – every time you wear them you will be reminded of your honeymoon all over again.

For yachting honeymoons…

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There is nothing more luxurious than a private yacht, so lean into the glamour and pack boat-friendly wedge heels, designer swimwear, and stylish cover-ups by the likes of Melissa Odabash and Marie France Van Damme. In the evenings, brave the bracing sea air in oversized knitwear by Alexander Wang.

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Top tip: Take inspiration from the latest Cruise Collections. Both Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior focused on patterned separates, while Chanel went for rainbow brights and calf-length culottes.

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