Style Advice: What to wear to a festive Boat Party

18 November 2021

Whether you’re chartering a luxury yacht, enjoying festive cruises or invited onboard a stunning motor yacht, you will need to find the right outfit. It’s easy to choose something stylish yet practical for your boating adventure. Just follow these six tips to stand out from the crowd!

Here are our 6 top tips in choosing the perfect outfit:

1.Wear nautical colours:

You can’t go wrong wearing traditional sailing flag colours. Blue, white, brown and tan with dashes of red, yellow and green will make you look summer ready and super chic. Avoid black and dark colours in the heat of the summer.

Our pick: Summer shirts in nautical colours and patterns are a speciality for Latitude Men’s Clothing. And can be matched with a pair of light linen shorts to keep you feeling cool.

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2.Choose a relaxed fit

Practicality and comfort are essential when deciding an outfit for boating. Ensure you are wearing breathable layers and light colours – simple colours like white will make you stand out. The crisp and cleanness of white will instantly make you radiant.  From linen shirts for men with rolled sleeves to light cotton dresses for women, white never goes out of style.

 

Our Pick: White Mosh Mosh denim skirt from Harry’s Emporium ($279.00) paired with Mosh Mosh silk tank top ($220)

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3. Show off your summer dress

There is nothing worse than a flying dress! Avoid loose fitted dresses and opt for an off-shoulder maxi dress or a jumpsuit that will help you look lovely while at the same time, making it possible for you to enjoy the salty breeze

Our pick: For a sophisticated party outfit, choose the dreamy Bluebelle jumpsuit in Mandarin from Destino Home or a Camilla Kaftan dress ($599) from EEV Fashion

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4. Don’t forget your swimwear

There is perhaps no boating wardrobe essential quite as crucial as swimwear. Splish-splash in this season’s trendiest swimwear- either a cut out one-piece or classic retro styled bikini that never goes out of style. Just ensure you keep the swimwear fuss-free and monotone if you plan to wear it as outwear.

Our pick: Opera Flower Girl($199.95) that can be paired with a matching sarong($169.95) from Calypso Resort and Swimwear. Don’t forget your little bubba – Toshi Swimwear from Cabana Kids($40) offers maximised sun protection and water safety for your children.

In the world of on-water fun boardshorts are a must. You can wear them anywhere, from chilling at the docks or hanging in the sun lounge of the boat.

Our pick: Colourful board shorts from Sport’s and Leisure Co.

 

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5.Bring appropriate hat and sunglasses

Whether you are looking to make a fashion statement or simply seeking chic protection, choose a hat that is snug and will not fly away and a stylish pair of sunglasses to protect you from bright sunny days

 

Our pick Pietro Bucket Hat ($65) from Soho Girl ($24) and match it with a stylish pair of Tiffany sunglasses from Sanctuary Cove Optical ($350)

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6. Say no to heels

Be it a causal boating day or a boat party, flats are not only comfy but also on trend! You can wear flats with everything- jeans, dresses, and skirts.

Our pick: Cassardi Shoe Studio specialise in luxe European brands and have a range of colourful flats, sandals and espadrilles to match any boating outfit. (starting from$159)

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