Some countries are beginning to open their borders to Americans, and airlines are taking extra precaution to make travel safer for everyone. Taking all necessary precautions and regulations regarding coronavirus, below are four countries that you can now travel to now. And, we have the perfect pieces you need to make sure that you take on your trip! Whether or not you are planning to get out of the country for a late summer vacay (or even if you will be staying on your rooftop staycation style), we have looks for it all! In addition to some of our favorite items, listed below, don’t forget your face masks, hand sanitizer, vitamins, sunscreen, bugspray and other first aid items, wherever you may be headed.
Mexico- Yes, the land border is still closed, but air travel to Mexico is allowed. Our beaded Too Canne earrings are lightweight, gorgeous, and scream fun in the sun on a beach with a marg in hand (while socially distanced of course). They are playful and seamlessly go from day to night every day of your trip.
Barbados – The Feza bralette is a must and was practically made to be worn at this Caribbean island. Want to extend your trip? We have some news..Barbados is also offering Welcome Stamp, a program allowing visitors to stay on a 12-month visa, while working remotely. Hey, just throwing that out there!
Bermuda – Our Selah Draw String Bandeau top paired with the matching pencil skirt is a complete LOOK, and then some. You can also mix and match the pieces individually with different tops and bottoms for more versatile options on your trip, keeping you stylish and your suitcase light.
Tanzania- This African country may not be as easily accessible from the US as the other countries on this list, but it will certainly be unforgettable. The last thing you’ll want to be spending your time doing while there is worrying about your hair. Take our Tia Headband for chic hairstyles on the go, and still leave plenty of room in your suitcase for all the local and artisan treasures you’ll for sure want to bring back.
*Many countries have entry requirements, COVID testing and quarantine regulations. Before planning travel, be sure to refer to all of the CDC’s travel recommendations and advisories.