In general, on your honeymoon, you want to keep everything pretty, flirty and romantic. After all, you did just get married a day or two ago--give your husband a few extra reasons to be overjoyed that he married you. While you don't need a whole wedding trousseau, your honeymoon is still a good excuse to splurge on a few new outfits.
For day, we love this casual, gauzy cotton tunic from What Comes Around Goes Around. You can wear it when you're exploring the town with some smokin' gladiator sandals (ours are from Bottega Veneta) or over a bikini to the beach. The gold trim on this Kate Spade Tortola Kei bag makes it chic enough for town but since it's straw, you won't mind taking it out to your ocean side cabana. And just because you're in the tropics doesn't mean you should skip the jewelry--these wood and jade earrings from Sand Jewelry scream "Beach Goddess!" Finish the look off with a pair of tortoiseshell over-sized Dior shades to leave the locals guessing if you're famous.
Dressing sexy at the beach can be a challenge. You want to flaunt some skin, but not too much and wear color without looking too sweet. This one-shoulder Tahari dress has it all going on, thanks to a print that will have you looking like you stepped out of a Gauguin painting. The zebra print Kate Spade straw clutch adds a surprising, flirty touch. As much as we love what stilettos do for our legs, they have no place at the beach. Wear those spikes and you'll sink in the sand. Wedges, like these DVF gold ones with jeweled strap, on the other hand are tailor made for the beach. The Rebecca Norman cuff has smokey quartz and green tourmaline to bring out your tan.
Honeymoon Night by The Jet Set Girls featuring kate spade handbags
Of course on a honeymoon it's just as important what you have on underneath your dress. Show off your new status with these Hanky Panky Mrs. Thongs.
Bedtime? You can't go wrong with anything from La Perla. Our pick is this Wild Forest Chemise.