As the country begins to reopen, we'll keep publishing news to help you navigate the state of travel today (like whether travel insurance covers the coronavirus), as well as stories about places for you to put on your bucket list once it's safe to start going more far-flung.
What to pack and wear.
Seea Capitola bikini
Women’s surfing brand Seea makes retro swimsuits with an edge. The cross back on the Capitola ($125) doesn’t cut into your neck like on a lot of suits, and the braided detailing on the straps is attractive. theseea.com
In Blue Handmade Bicycle Journal
Nau Slight shirt
Volcom Straight Laced dress
A shift dress is great for the road. It’s easy to pack, it goes with everything, and it transitions from the farmers’ market to a four-star restaurant with a change of shoes. The loose fit of the Straight Laced ($50) makes it comfortable even when you’re lugging a heavy shoulder bag. volcom.com
Super.natural Boxy Crew 220 shirt
Wacaco Minipresso GR espresso machine
OluKai Hikina sandals
The Hikina ($150) is comfortable enough to wear all day, thanks to an anatomically molded outsole and a soft latex-foam footbed. And the hand-stitched detailing on the toe and heel, along with the caramel-colored leather, make it cute enough to pair with anything, even a bathing suit. olukai.com
Prana Bhakti Weekender bag
Prana Michelle shorts
Prana added a silk lining to these baggy cotton shorts ($60) for superior comfort and reduced rubbing when you’re doing lots of walking, especially in hot places. The woven eyelets are a nice touch. prana.com