Cruise Clothes

Packing for a vacation that will take you on the high seas? I’ve got you covered with what cruise clothes to pack and what to know before you go with great information from

Cruise Clothes

cruise clothes

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Jessica: Kadarshian Kollection, on sale $20 Sears

Tote bag with clutch, Sole Society

Navy kitten heels, Sole Society

Arianna: Fuschia cowl neck dress, Ann Taylor

Floral paten leather belt, Ann Taylor

Wedges, Sole Society

Milena: Striped top, Canvas Lands’ End

Pleated maxi skirt, H & M

Striped wedges, Ann Taylor

 In a poll posed to over 100 million users we found

Royal Caribbean was the favorite cruise line among almost half of respondents, beating out Princess, Carnival and Norwegian.

The Mediterranean is a top spot for cruises.

Of all the general questions about packing for travel, cruises took the top spot. One of the most important things to keep in mind is what types of activities you’ll be participating in when you’re actually off the ship.

Consider researching the activities you want to do on your own to see if you can get a better price than what the cruise ship offers. They generally charge more.

The all-inclusive nature of a cruise is the number one feature that appeals to them about a cruise.

While we love the buffets and endless food options on a cruise, I always pack a body shaper when I travel so I look smoother in my clothes. Nobody wants to look back on photos later and wish they had skipped dessert.

When packing think about how an outfit can work double duty. One day it’s a dress and then the next it’s a cover-up.

Pack items that are wrinkle resistant so you can pull them from your suitcase and throw them on. Nobody wants to iron on vacation.

cristina ferrare & style expert alison deyette

Cristina & Alison

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