Throughout the pandemic, 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.
Kit up for your next weekend—or yearlong—getaway.
Lanston Cutout V Maxi Dress
This long cotton dress has a touch of modesty, while side slits add some sass. Take it out to dinner or on a mellow trail.
Eagle Creek Pack-It Specter Quick Trip Bag
Buy a bunch of these superlight (just one ounce!), tough organizers to store everything from toiletries to dirty laundry.
Filson Bucket Bag
This twill and leather 21.5-liter tote makes the perfect carry-on, easily holding a book and an extra layer.
Seea Solimar Top and Bottom
Seea swimsuits are designed by surfers, which means you never have to worry about losing your top in a big wipeout.
Price $45 and $40
Toad&Co Wayfarer Sleeveless Shirt
This top pairs with just about everything, and the light cotton blend breathes well in warm climates.
Stoked Goods Stoke Lip Balm
Made from organic shea butter and coconut oil, this is our all-time favorite lip saver. It’s more moisturizing than any we’ve tested and comes in a neat biodegradable tube.
SeaVees Monterey Sneaker Lunar Shoes
Yeah, that gold is a little flashy, which is what we love about this low-cut lace-up. It’s comfortable for long walks but cute enough to wear with everything from a nice dress to cutoffs.
Mollusk Beach Pants
Throw these lightweight drawstring trousers on over a swimsuit or during a long layover. Made by our favorite boutique surf brand, they stash in a bag for when you need the extra layer. They also double as comfy yoga pants.
Westerlind Felt Hat
This American-made wool cap kept the sun off our faces everywhere from the North Shore to the Telluride Bluegrass Festival. Bonus: It holds its shape when stuffed in a suitcase.
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