Best illustrated in William Ernest Henley’s poem “Between The Dusk Of A Summer Night,” the fleeting nature of a summer escape is felt as soon as the sun sets:
Between the dusk of a summer night
And the dawn of a summer day,
We caught at a mood as it passed in flight,
And we bade it stoop and stay…”
Capture (and maintain) that sunshine-and-bare-feet state of mind as we explore the cornerstones of a globetrotting wardrobe and map out how vacation culture evokes a new set of styling decrees. An antidote to the restraints of ‘dressing for’ a situation, pieces that deliver that extra sartorial mile prove to be worth the space in your suitcase.