Because it’s different than any other kind of travel, what to pack is of particular interest.
Black or Brown. I usually choose which color foundation and include all coordinating pieces to match it.
Most people forget (or ignore) that you can (& should) reuse some of your clothing pieces. For instance, if you wear a long black maxi skirt with heels for dinner one night, that same skirt worn with a cotton tee and sneakers looks chic for daytime.
2 swimsuits & cover-ups (one coverup can be a great button-down shirt @currentelliott)
2 workout outfits @nordstrom
2 pairs of comfy shoes (one pair of flats (perhaps ballet in style @chloe) and one trendy sneaker that can double for workouts @balanciaga)
2 dressy pairs of shoes (one high heel strappy @SigersonMorrison and another chunky stacked heel clog @rachelcomey)
2 types of moisturizer (one with SPF for day and a super moisturizer for night @skinresourcemd)
2 dresses (one that can double for evening and another middy that is light and packs easy @gucci)
2 bottoms (one pair of skinny jeans @ragandbone and a wide-legged trouser)
2 dressy tops (one solid, one pattern @isabelmarant)
2 casual tops (one solid, one pattern)
2 t-shirts (one long sleeve and one short sleeve @currentelliott)
2 sweaters (one with sparkles that can double for evening and one cozy oversized version that can be worn with yoga pants or skinny jeans @freepeople)
2 hats (one sporty ball cap and another wide-brimmed fedora @RagandBone)
1 flowy maxi skirt (solid color with an emphasis on flowy @seebychloe)
Undergarments & socks the amount of every day your traveling
That’s it. No trick, no extras, no hassle. Now go cruise your way to happiness!