Summer is here and that means travel. Now is the perfect time for that glamping trip that you’ve been talking about. So, pack your bags, grab your friends and celebrate nature. But before you go, here are a few of our favorite must-haves — who says you can’t be chic in the great outdoors?!
First thing’s first, start with a sturdy, yet beautiful bag. This Fair Trade Certified handwoven, elephant grass, basket bag is perfect for all of your glamping needs. Crafted in Ghana by a co-operative of local women, this bag brings craft and quality to the everyday. Bonus: the hand-tacked leather handles are large enough to wear on your shoulder, so your hands will be free for capturing moments.
surskincare.com | Mineral Defense Tinted Zinc Sunscreen $50
Glamping may be more glamorous than camping, but there’s no need to lug your make-up bag on this trip. This water resistant, tinted sunscreen comes in a variety of colors, is free of harmful chemicals and is made with organic oils to help nourish and moisture your skin. Throw it in your bag with some tinted lip balm (with SPF, of course) and your favorite mascara and you’ll be good to go! It is vacation after all.
parachutehome.com | Linen Tank $49
This flowy tank is perfect for day or night! Crafted from 100% European flax, it’s breezy “never-take-it-off” texture makes it a glamping staple paired with a skirt, shorts, jeans or even worn as a pajama top. Talk about multi-tasking.
arkitaip.com | The Nina Pleated Shorts in Taupe $225
Whether you’re glamping in the mountains or at the lake, these pleated belt-cinched shorts may make you feel like you are on safari. Made from airy, opaque sustainable linen, they sit high on the waist creating a slightly loose silhouette. Ideal for relaxing and indulging.
primallypure.com | Nature Spray (insect repellent) $20
No matter how luxurious your glamping location may be, insects do not discriminate – they will still go after you, so be prepared! This organic insect repellent is made with citronella, geranium, peppermint, rosemary & cedarwood. You’ll love the fresh, natural scent, but the bugs won’t.