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What To Pack For Miami…Because This Is Not Miami!

Isn’t it crazy how time creeps up on us?  It’s already time to pack our bags and hit the beaches, discos, day clubs, and shops in the warmest city in the U.S. right now…Miami!  Because, let’s face it, “this…is not…MIAMI!”, so we’ll be flying there for a bit of a warm weekend break away from the drab of winter weather approaching.  Actually, we wont be flying there, but some of you are and will be!  We were recently asked by one of our readers,

I’m going to Miami in four days help! What should I take?

and that got us thinking. It’s already jetset season!  OMG! So, here it is – the packing recommendations we suggested to our jetset lady friend, just this week. You’ll find a complete packing list that covers what to wear anywhere from the pool or beach, lunch with the ladies, day out shopping, dinners in the evening, to the discos late-night, and also what to wear for traveling in style and comfort through the airport.

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What To Pack For A Weekend In Miami: Fall/Winter Edition

During October and November, weather in Miami is mid to high 80’s.  The forecast always shows scattered thunderstorms, but we wouldn’t worry about that, there’s really no rain to speak of in Miami – this rain will pass in 1 hour (normally) –  Just sun!

In general, Miami is very flamboyant – bright colors, prints, and designer items are so necessary!  Make sure not to overpack!  Just bring the necessities. Much less stress! Go w/nails painted – neon colors for Miami.  

Have fun! Let us know if you have any questions and feel free to send over pics! Good luck!!!

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Wonderful Packing List:
Day Looks – around town / shopping / casual

1 pair of flat sandals (See Fancy Beach Sandals)
1 pair of shorts
1 short flowy skirt, maxi skirt, and/or maxi dress (See Maxi Skirts)
1 pair of white jeans (in case you gals have a “jeans day” – also for travel)
a few colored and white tanks and tees to go with skirt and shorts
large woven or straw tote – also great for pool (See Beach & Pool Bags)
oversized or cat-eye sunglasses (make sure to pack the case)

White jeans for a “jeans day”, shopping, and airport travel

a printed maxi dress is wonderful for shopping around town in Miami

a bright, printed, flowy maxi dress for a day out shopping in Miami

A bright, printed high low maxi skirt is perfect for a day of touristy things

Lunch w/the Ladies

2 flowy, lightweight dresses (1 printed, 1 solid color)

wear your flat sandals or bring colorful wedges

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A flowy, printed dress for an afternoon of lunch with the ladies

A healthy lunch is a must!

A silky, flowy, bright colored dress for a farmer’s market in Southbeach or lunch with the ladies

A fun, bright manicure is so necessary for Miami!

A colorful, printed maxi dress with bright flat sandals for lunch with the ladies

Pool or Beach

2 bikinis – multicolored and animal prints (See bathing suits)

1 printed cover-up (See crochet coverups) or embellished kaftan (See kaftans)


oversized hat or fedora

bright colored manicure

costume jewelry – big bangles

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Wear a printed, animal or polka dot bikini at the pool in Miami

Cover-up your bikini with an oversized white oxford shirt

Cover up a bright bikini with an oversized and brightly colored kaftan – like this Daniela Corte cover-up

A large, straw tote and oversized straw hat for laying by the pool in Miami

Evening Looks – Dinner & Club

2 sexy dresses – 1 bodycon and 1 flowy (depending on how you feel each night, you can choose)
1 pair of heels to go w/both dresses
1 clutch (See PS1 clutches)

Wear a bright colored, body-con dress – like an Herve Leger bandage dress -for evenings out in Miami

Wear a short, flowy sequin dress for nights out in Miami

Printed dresses by Cavalli and Pucci are always a GO in Miami!


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Healthy Mom. Cooking nourishing foods. Glowy skin obsessed. Follow me on Instagram for lots for health, beauty, and recipe content @nubry.

2 Responses

  1. Donna McComb

    I’m moving to Jupiter Beach. Is black acceptable? Black handbags? Velvet?


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