Best Resort Chic Outfits for Women Over 50: Summer Edition
Posted on 26 July 2021
There’s no denying it: summer is here. Long days full of Florida sunshine give way to balmy nights, and we can think of no better way to spend our time than lounging near the ocean, where the sea breeze offers a welcome reprieve. The looks we want to highlight this year feature a palette of serene blues accented here and there with bright rainbow colors, reminiscent of a day at the beach in late July. So grab an icy beverage and let us help you beat the heat with these cool styles!
Periwinkle is one of our favorite colors, and IBKUL does it impeccably well, as seen here on their Solid UPF50+ Sun Shirt. This highly-acclaimed top is the perfect barrier against UVA and UVB rays and looks great when worn alongside the New Millennium Bermuda Short by Zac and Rachel for a sporty summer outfit.
Feminine and silky soft, the Sabrina Microfiber Sleeveless Dress by Judy P is made in the USA and has sun protection built into its wrinkle-resistant fabric. Wear this pretty, travel-friendly dress when you’re on the go but still want to look gorgeous!
Featuring a bustling cityscape, the icy blue Manhattan Mineral Wash 3/4 Sleeve Tunic by Jess and Jane also has delicate washes of rainbow hues. This tunic is lovely with a legging or pull-on ankle pant for an easy, sleek look.
An all-over print of crisscrossing chains against a deep blue background gives the Anthony’s Resort Wear Chain Links UPF50+ Travel Dress a bold, geometric look. In addition, this chic dress is outfitted with sun-shielding UPF50+ technology and is a superb choice when packing for a weekend getaway.
Multi-colored pastel stripes on the fun Rainbow Stripe Jumpsuit by Luxology create a feast for the eyes, and its wide-leg silhouette is quite on-trend. Jumpsuits are a delight to wear in the summer, and this strappy example is especially adorable!
Evoking the leisurely beauty of a summer on the French Riviera, Jess and Jane’s Monte Carlo Cotton Knit Top is a fabulous addition to your resort wear wardrobe. This 100% cotton top is as breathable as it is cute; it looks wonderful when paired with a crisp white pull-on skort.
Dotted with sailboats and waves, the Sailboat Sleeveless Mock Neck Dress by Ana Clare is a nautically-themed number that features UPF50+ fabric for top-notch sun protection. Wear this fabulous dress while boating, taking long walks on the beach, or anytime that you want to feel close to the sea.
The Asymmetrical Slub Knit Tank Dress by Habitat is a breeze to wear and ever-so-nice to look at, with its unique angles and folds crafted from a sublime blue 100% cotton fabric. This pocketed dress is ideal for an afternoon of leisurely shopping or a special starlit dinner, especially when worn with a pair of espadrille wedges.
With a design featuring a beach cruiser bicycle, the Jess and Jane Vivacity Mineral Wash Shark Bite Top is a fun piece to include in your summertime wardrobe. This top has a shark bite hemline and dual front pockets, and it goes great with the Criss Cross Lattice Crop pant by Breezes for a look that doesn’t sacrifice style for comfort.
Beach House’s Ready Or Yacht Mesh Insert Tankini Top and High Waist Bikini Bottom are fantastic for long days in the surf and sun, with superior UPF50+ sun protection and 4-way stretch fabric. All you need is a pair of sunglasses and some sunscreen, and you are all set for a saltwater adventure!
An energetic and bold linear pattern makes the Krazy Larry Rainbow Rays Pull-On Ankle Pant stylish, and its tailored fit will skim your curves like a second skin. It is a perfect match to the Mellow Melon Non-Iron Button-Front Blouse by Foxcroft, and together they create a wonderfully vibrant outfit.
The Bubbly Sleeveless Shark Bite Knit Tunic by Jess and Jane is an elevated take on the classic tank top, and it looks wonderfully polished with the slim-fitting Coconut Row Pull-On Solid Stretch Ankle Pant. This outfit is divine for a casual seaside day.
We hope that we’ve sparked some inspiration for resort chic outfits that you can flaunt this summer! Which of these ensembles do you like best? Let us know in the comments below!