Spring Break Packing List

We are heading down to Florida for a little sun therapy for a few days. It’s been slowly starting to get nicer here in Connecticut, but I’m looking forward to a few days in the warm sun and a change of scenery. Here’s what I’m packing for spring break.

In my suitcase…

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The new Martinique®  Banana Leaf Pattern in pink! This iconic pattern by CW Stockwell is a special release exclusively for Mark & Graham. I love the classic green, but I think this pink is really fun for a Florida trip. I’m bringing this Martinique® Clear Coated Cosmetic Train Case. It’s great for traveling with beauty products and so easy to clean. New for this spring, M&G has luggage, travel accessories, and home offerings in Martinique® .

The Twill Terminal 1 is now offered in a luggage set with a checked and carry-on suitcase. The twill accent is such a nice detail for spring and summer travel.

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I’m reaching for some pieces from last season that are great staples and a couple of newer resort pieces like this Blue and Green Floral Scoop Neck Midi Dress from Tuckernuck. Tuckernuck always ends up in my travel bag and for good reason–their pieces always are well-made and look great on. It’s one of my favorite sites to shop in preparation for a trip.

This new Cane Tote Bag is waterproof and so cute! Perfect for the pool or beach.

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I shared this vacation outfit with you the other day, and it’s definitely going to Florida with me. I love this Beach Hat and Colorful Stripe Cover-up.

I’ll share more from our trip with you soon!

xx Kristy

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