How to pack smart for your vacation.
Swim in style
Every vacation needs a swimsuit. Why? Because you just never know when the next pool party invite or free hotel spa pass will land in your lap. When it comes to swimmer style there are no rules. None. So, get ready to unleash your magic with fun-loving prints or out-there color. Ready to take the plunge into new style territory? Then get on board with this year’s hottest trend – short shorts. Go on, dive in. We dare you!
Pack some proper shoes
As much as you’d like to think so, you can’t always take your pool sliders out to dinner. Pack some proper shoes and save the sliders for the poolside. For laid-back vacation vibes, look no further than a pair of leather loafers. They’re on trend and guaranteed to go with everything in your suitcase. No stress.
Conquer the carry-on
Why not make a move to minis and switch your full-size products before you fly? Stock up on your carry-on essentials while killing time for take-off, plus there’s also less to pack before you leave! Don’t forget the 3.4 oz liquids limit when flying internationally – but hey, it’s nothing a travel size Axe bottle (or two) can’t handle.
Keep it crease-free
You’ve mastered the art of ironing a shirt. Go you! But how to keep it that way? Rolling your clothes instead of folding them is a failsafe fix for keeping your shirts looking fresh on the other side.
Make yours microfiber
Yes, we sound like your mom, but trust us on this one. Pack a microfiber towel. It saves on space, dries super quick, and is much lighter than a traditional towel. (And yes, it really is great for drying your hair really fast as you race from pool to party).
Scrub up well
Holiday romance? Invite to the party of the season? Date night? Pull off every eventuality with your favorite shirt. Then just add the power of hair pomade - because there’s nothing this mane-magic can’t do to get your hair just the way you like it. Wake yourself up with a burst of your favorite Axe scent, then go get ‘em good-looking.
Yes, they make you look cool and cover all trace of the night before, but there is a more serious side to slipping on those shades. Harmful UV rays can bounce off water, sand, and snow, so cover up to protect your eyes.