Vogue – Our summer plans may be looking a little different this year, but there’s no denying the joy of wearing something fresh and summery on a hot day. Certain pieces make you feel like you’re on vacation, even if you’re not. Take it from Vogue’s commerce editor, Julie Tong, who couldn’t resist acquiring (or “indulging in,” as she calls it) a tropical floral sarong ahead of her July Fourth weekend trip to upstate New York. “While it’s only three hours from my apartment in Brooklyn, I still wanted to make myself feel like I’m on vacation,” she said. “Thus, to set the mood, you need the right attire.” Fashion and style writer Christian Allaire, another vacation-outfit optimist, has decided that his summer wardrobe “will be all about dressing like I’m on vacation, even if I’m not.”

There are no rules against wearing a maxi halter dress to run to the grocery store or a pair of beach shorts while you’re in a Zoom meeting. Associate market editor Mai Morsch’s work-from-home lifestyle drastically changed when she rediscovered her colorful, summery caftans, and she has certainly perfected the vacation look without even leaving the house…

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