2019 Croatia Packing List: What To Pack For Croatia

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2019 Croatia Packing List: What To Pack For Croatia

You’re reading this, which means only one thing – you have a vacation to Croatia booked. Well, congrats! You won’t be disappointed. And, hey, if you’re still deciding, maybe these destinations will sway you.

If you want to fit in with the local women, when deciding on your packing list for Croatia, think seaside glamor and effortless chic. You’ll notice while on vacation in Croatia, that unlike other European cities where stylish local women rarely stray from a subdued navy/gray/black/white palate, Croatian women are not afraid to wear brighter colors, which look fabulous against a Mediterranean tan.

Never sloppy, Croatian women eschew cargo shorts and baggy tee shirts for more streamlined and form-fitting silhouettes.

Considering your summer vacation may take you from a lazy day on the beach to a night out in the city to a hike in the mountains, it can be tricky to know what to wear in Croatia. Try to find outfits that can work for multiple occasions.

The key is picking simple pieces that allow you to dress down for the day and dress up for the evening. Consider getting a packing cube to keep all your outfits organized and your bag neat and tidy for the journey.

General Rules To Consider While Making Your Croatia Packing List

  • Contrary to popular belief it IS acceptable to wear casual clothes during the daytime. So many people ask me about how dressed up you need to be. You don’t.
  • It deserves a mention that after dark, people will wear something much nicer than a cover-up to eat out, but nothing formal. So no need to pack anything too over the top.
  • Ignore any stupid packing list advice that says to bring picnic baskets, sewing kits, mosquito repellent or coffee with you. You can either get it here, or you won’t need it.
  • Think about the weather. There are three different climates in Croatia, and as you drive over the Velebit mountain from the Adriatic coast, the temps drop significantly in cooler months – and you have no sea breeze in the winter. As a general rule, the northern parts of Croatia are cold, and some parts have snowy winters and moderately warm summers. More southerly portions of the country along the Adriatic coast have a Mediterranean climate with hot summers, cool winters, and otherwise pleasant temperatures year round. There are so many variances within that, so do find out before you come in order to know what to pack. Also, keep in mind that we have four seasons – real seasons, not just two like in Australia.
  • Layers for cooler nights. The breeze off the ocean can cause temperatures in seaside cities to drop significant amounts later in the day, so it’s always a good idea to bring a sweater or two.

Rules To Consider While Making A Croatia Packing List For Summer

  • Summer is hot, hot, hot. Peak season months, June through August, can be overwhelmingly hot, especially for visitors from colder climates. Choose light fabrics – they are your friend.
  • Even though summer temperatures range between mid-70s Fahrenheit (25-degree Celsius) and high-80s Fahrenheit (35+ celsius), there can still be rain. Trust me, living in Croatia for the last three years has taught me always to expect some rain during summer. That’s just a fact.
  • Because it is so damn hot, you’ll need a quality sunscreen. LOADS. Add it to your Croatia packing list, as the stuff we have here in Croatia is not as friendly as elsewhere and it’s very expensive. If you do not use it all on your vacation, leave it behind. Your room cleaner will be delighted. I am in love with this Dermalogica Protection SPF50 Sunscreen, and also this kid’s block out.

Rules To Consider While Making Your Croatia Packing List For Spring & Fall

  • These months are cold in the evenings and, depending on where you are, it can also be cold during the day.
  • In both spring and fall, particularly in April and May, there will be rain. It’s always a good idea to dress in layers and bring a sweater. A stylish choice like one from PattyBoutik is a good option.
  • You can leave your strappy shoes at home and wear closed in shoes. It’s really not hot enough.
  • Find clothes that are practical – and beautiful.


Rules To Consider While Making A Croatia Packing List For Winter

Winter jackets or coats are a must. Some places inland, such as the areas around Gorski Kotar and Lika, receive plenty of snow during the colder months.

  • You will definitely need heavier winter wear. In more southern parts of the country near the Adriatic coast, a light jacket or thick sweater and scarf should suffice.
  • By mid-October, we usually get the fire ready on the coast. I get cold. I see tourists wearing t-shirts, and I shudder. You’ll need a coat unless you are from a chilly climate.
  • November, December and January, you will need to pack a big jacket and warm clothing. As soon as the sun sets, it gets icy.
  • If you are going to be in Zagreb, or inland, pack a beanie, gloves, and scarf because it may snow. Women in Zagreb are uber-stylish, so be sure your Croatia packing list has a pair of gloves like these Fratelli Orsini Cashmere Gloves to look sleek and stay warm.

Here are some of our suggestions for what to pack for your summer vacation in Croatia:

Croatia Packing List: What To Pack For Beach Days & Nights

While you can quickly pack on the lighter side for your holidays in Croatia, here are some items I recommend you pack:

Tops

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A Black Tank Maxi Dress

You can’t go wrong with a Black maxi dress like this or this one for evening meals on the beach and double simple LBD, which is a perfect day dress if worn with simple flat sandals. To transition into night, just throw on a beautiful silk scarf or some bold jewelry. I don’t recommend bringing valuable jewelry or lots of different pieces. Just pick out a couple of statement pieces. Throw on a fun tassel pendant earrings and you are glammed up for a night on the town.

A Denim Jacket For Cool Nights

A little chill in the air while on vacation in Croatia? While you can bring a cardigan or wrap, to add a little edge to your look, add to your packing list a Levi’s Women’s Authentic Trucker Jacket like mine. This works great with the tank dresses or over casual shorts.

Pants

Travel pants should be lightweight for comfort and ease of packing. Your traveling pants should fit well and be suited to the type of travel you will be doing. And it’s hot in Croatia, so consider pants that convert to shorts quickly and easily. Travel pants come in many styles for all budgets. Take the time to shop for a pair or two before your next trip.

SEE A MASSIVE COLLECTION OF GREAT PANTS HERE.

Stretchy Skinny Jeggings

The best way to maintain a chic look and be comfortable. Just be sure to find a really stretchy pair like these DL skinny jeggings. I have several pairs of jeggings. While technically leggings that I said I’d never wear, these don’t look like it and are comfy. They are, however, not as comfortable as genie pants that are my number #1 go to.

Levi Strauss & Co Women’s Totally Shaping Jegging.

Anatomie Travel Pants

Stylish and oh-so-European, Anatomie’s travel pants will make you blend in like a local.

The Paola Pants are super-flattering travel pants that will have you looking and feeling good. I have them in two sizes. The stretch-woven, fitted cut with a mid-rise wide waistband are perfect for travel in Croatia.


Mix-and-Match Separates

Leave the khaki cargo shorts at home. Why not add to your packing list for Croatia (well, anywhere really) a stylish scalloped edge short? The high waist and pattern keep it current, but it’s still easy to wear for daytime strolls. Instead of a blah tee, pick up an off the shoulder lace detailed top.

Basics like a light camisole are ideal for warm days. I take simple, inexpensive camisoles in multiples, but I always like to have at least one stylish one that can work on the beach or at a trendy restaurant.

Two-Piece Sets

I’m crushin’ on two piece outfits this season. Too bad I am a fat pregnant cow right now. If you get a basic two-piece outfit – a matching twin set or two piece dress – they can all be work mix-n-match style, even to the beach.


A Lightweight, Cross-Body Bag

Why exactly do you need a cross body bag when you venture off somewhere? Why won’t any old bag just do? Well, it comes down to a few different things: firstly, fashion; secondly, functionality; and thirdly, security.

These are all pretty important things when you’re on the go, and for those reasons you need a bag you can trust and that will stand up to the rigors of travel, both the actual getting-from-A-to-B part of the deal and also when you’re out sightseeing.

When I’m traveling and exploring villages, I like to be hands-free and not worry about my handbag. Since I’m going to be lugging it around all day, I want to make sure to get the lightest bag possible. Unfortunately, most nylon “travel” bags are hideously ugly. Add to your packing list for Croatia a bag like this Tory Burch Messenger Crossbody Bag. The bag is trimmed with leather to make it feel more substantial, but the body is all nylon to keep it light (and easy to clean).

Other great cross body bags are this COACH pebbled mini bag. Not too small, and not too big. Or, the one from the Kate Spade Collection.

Sunglasses & Sun Protection

Sun protection is a must. Hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen with a high SPF are all highly recommended ways to avoid getting sunburned.

You can never have too many pairs of sunglasses. Good quality sunglasses are a must. My current faves are these Ray-Bans by Erika Round, and because you can never have too many pairs of sunglasses, I also love these Marc Jacobs transparent-frame sunglasses, which are a lighter alternative to black or tortoise.

If you don’t want to spend a fortune on sunnies, take a look at the Suncloud Poptown Polarized collection. They are safe and very affordable, so you won’t be gutted should you lose them.

Look Chic At The Beach

There are plenty of good swimming spots in Croatia and it would be a shame to miss out on the experience. If you have the confidence to rock it, you can’t go wrong with a classic striped string bikini. It will always be in style and is surprisingly flattering to most body types. (All the adjustable strings mean you’ll get a perfect fit.)

For a little more coverage, a Norma Kamali one-piece bathing suit is demure but sexy at the same time. This bold swim cover-up can practically double as a dress.

They Are Ugly, But They Are Needed. Beach Shoes.

Croatia has a rocky coastline, and most of the beaches are pebbled. This can subsequently be hard on the feet. Also, sea urchins are known to make their home in these waters. Stepping on them barefoot can be a painful experience that may necessitate the need for medical attention. Therefore, travelers should bring and wear rubber-soled swim shoes.

With razor-sharp rocks, and little sea creatures ready to pounce, you’ll avoid a trip to the ER with a cheap pair of these beach shoes. Thanks to the rubber soles like these you can wear them to the beach and while swimming. Just be sure throw them in your bag when you head out at night.

You can buy beach shoes in Croatia at market stalls, but they are, um… really ugly. Like hideously ugly.

Unpredictable Weather

It happens in Croatia – have I said that enough? Bring a jacket with you. So please add to your packing list a cardigan and/or light jacket and maybe something comfy to laze about inside and watch the rain fall. I suggest leggings. They are light to pack and can double as a neck pillow for long bus rides.

If the rain kicks up, and you don’t want to be forced to look out the window instead of being out and about, pack a light waterproof jacket.

What Shoes To Wear In Croatia?

Knowing what to pack in the shoe department is hard. They take up so much room. Think comfortable but stylish shoes, such as a beautiful pair of sandals. Ladies should avoid high heels because attempting to navigate the cobblestoned streets in them could result in serious injuries. Travelers should also be sure to bring along comfortable footwear that is suitable for walking long distances. Even if one doesn’t plan to do any hiking, you will still cover a significant amount of ground simply by roaming from place to place. After all, there is no sense in coming back to the hotel room at night with sore feet. Below are our best suggestions:

Comparison Chart Of The Best Travel Shoes 2019

We took a look at which travel shoes are best and compared the features and price. The result is this easy-to-use table to help you review and decide which shoes suit you best.

Click on any heading to sort the table accordingly.

Best Travel Shoes Review
Image Reviews Level Of Comfort Best For Price
FRYE Travel Shoes Frye Slip-On Best Nights & Day Trips
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Teva Travel shoes Teva Sandal OK Walking
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Superga Rose Gold_Best Shoes For Travel

Superga Best Walking
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Sperry Seacoast Canvas Sneakers_Best Shoes For Travel

Sperry Seacoast Canvas Sneakers Best Walking
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Startas Made in Croatia Shoes

Startas – Made in Croatia Best Walking
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ASICS Metrolyte Gem_Best Travel Shoe Sneaker

ASICS Metrolyte Gem Best Walking
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Toms Jutti Flats_Best Shoes For Travel

Toms Jutti Flats Best Nights & Day Trips
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Reebok Neoprene Skyscape Sneakers_Best Travel Shoe Waterproof

Reebok Neoprene Skyscape Sneakers Best Walking
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Women's Merrell Rockbit Cove Hydro Shoes_Best Shoes For Travel

Merrell Rockbit Cove Hydro Shoes Best Hiking
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Best Shoes For Travel_Walking_Dune London Flatform Loafer | Travel Blog

Dune London Flatform Loafer OK Nights & Day Trips
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Aerosoles Women's Nuwlywed Slip-On Loafer_ Best Travel Shoes | Travel Blog

Aerosoles Slip-On Loafer OK Nights & Day Trips
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Stuart Weitzman Women’s Schooldays Ballet Flats

Stewart Loafer Best Night & Day Trips
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Birkenstocks_Best Shoes For Travel | Travel Blog

Birkenstocks OK Day Trips
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Yara Birkenstock_Best Shoes For Travel

Yara Birkenstocks OK Nights & Day Trips
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Best Shoes For Travel_Cole Haan Women's Capri Sandal | Travel Blog

Atelje' Farine Double-Band Sandal OK Nights & Day Trips
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Geox Flats_Best Shoes For Travel

Geox Flats Best Walking
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The gladiator sandal is always popular. That shoe trend never seems to go out of fashion. And, a bonus is they are comfortable on your feet. Those cobblestone streets will actually give you hell if you try to wear shoes with a big heel. Wear these gladiator-inspired sandals to the beach or out at night, with a few colors to choose from. If you’ll spend a lot of time on cobblestones this summer, your feet will say thanks.

Espadrilles. With no end in sight to this fashion trend, it’s a safe bet to get one or three pairs in various colors to coordinate your wardrobe.

Fancy flip flops. Leave your regular flip flops back at the hotel, and opt for a slice- or slip-on like these. They don’t weigh much and look cute.

Block heels. Okay fine, you want a little heel? Then don’t go for anything higher than this. Trust me.

Total comfort. KEENs have a shoe that is midway stylish and comfortable and has an excellent price tag.

SEE OUR POST ON THE BEST TRAVEL SHOE RECOMMENDATIONS HERE

Boys Shoes

Oh, how lucky for boys! So many fewer options and worries. Cool kids are wearing loafers and these Cruyff Sneakers have become very popular!

Croatia Packing List: Croatia With Kids

Packing for a family trip can be daunting, and ever more scary is knowing what to bring on vacation when you have a toddler in tow. They always seem to need something you forgot to pack. We live right by the beach and often go with our son, so we’ve listed the top 17 travel checklist items you need for a fun day at the beach with your little one.

The one thing I would say is that you should bring with you a beach tent. It’s so hot here in Croatia that they are almost impossible to find during the summer season. The other essential item is wipes. With snacks, sand, sunscreen and maybe even ice-cream, you’ll need a lot of these. Luckily, they can be purchased all over Croatia, so just don’t forget to pack them if your little one has a need to use just one brand.

Croatia Packing List 2019: Sailing The Adriatic

We have this full post dedicated on what to pack to go sailing. We’ve done it so many times now and know just what you need. Three essentials to pack are:

  • Soft-soled shoes. No need to buy fancy boat shoes, although there are so many super cool ones in stores like theses Keds! You will need shoes with a rubber sole to avoid making scuff marks (which can be deducted from your rental deposit) and also to ensure you don’t slip and fall on deck. Breaking a leg is one sure way to ruin your vacation on the azure seas.
  • Soft bag. If possible, pack your cute bikinis and tanning lotions in a soft bag, they always stow much easier than big the bulky hard suitcases that take up the far too much room. I like this Herschel Supply Co. bag, which comes in a bunch of colors and is made with polyester, so it’s easy to clean and won’t be easily damaged by salt water. Duffle bags like these are an excellent option as they are big, but can be stored under your bed.
  • Motion sickness medication. If you tend to get seasick, these products are a must for any ferry rides that you will undertake during the trip.

2019 Croatia Packing List: Active Holidays

It’s not all beaches here in Croatia; there are brilliant, bike and hiking routes as well. We also have eight spectacular national parks, with two sets of giant waterfalls to see. Whatever your preference, pack a few items such as comfortable walking shoes and a lightweight fleece to enable you to explore more comfortably.

        • Hiking boots with a good sole
        • A range of active wear
        • Comfortable walking shoes
        • Good socks. Lots of socks
        • Lightweight fleece
        • Wind protection. Often forgotten on a packing list, but you may get caught in some wind, so pack at least one pullover
        • A pashmina is also a superb idea if things get chilly. I used mine as a blanket on the bus and plane

      Croatia Packing List: Bags & Suitcases

      Best Luggage

      Now that your wardrobe is ready to go for your summer vacation in Croatia (or just popping over for the weekend carnival), what do you pack it all up in? Try this lightweight suitcase from Rimowa. It’s chic, durable and light enough to push with a finger. I love that it’s a full 29 inches, yet weighs in at about seven pounds. This leaves ample space and weight to stock up on souvenirs at your destination!

      Packing List For Croatia_Rimwona 29 multiwheel suitcase | Croatia Travel Blog
      Packing List For Croatia: Luggage Ideas

      Best Daypack

      A small daypack is also necessary to carry your water bottle, layers, and camera if you plan to be out and about all day. You don’t need an expensive one, though. A durable, lightweight anti-theft travel backpack is all your need.

      2019 Packing For Croatia: Pack Your Electronics

      Cameras and equipment. If you are using a digital camera, you may want to bring along a spare memory card or two, as well as an adapter. Visitors to Croatia may also want to invest in polarizing filters because these items will keep the intense sunlight and water reflections from spoiling your shots.

              • Electrical Adaptors. Find one that works in lots of countries so you can reuse it. Tip: Croatia uses 220V/50 Hz frequency.
              • GoPro, selfie stick, plus pack your regular camera.
              • Also, what about an underwater camera like this one, for less than $20?
              • Memory cards. With so many photo ops here in Croatia, you may even need two.

      What do you do for mobile internet when you travel? Can you get a good WiFi signal while visiting Croatia?

      Is it just me who hates being unplugged while on vacation? I want to share holiday snaps on Instagram – look here I am, come say hi. I also like to look up ferry times and restaurant reviews as I go. Carrying a massive guidebook is just not my style. So, I always use my roaming mobile internet and end up with huge phone bills or I try to connect to free WiFi when I travel, which, as you know, is not always easy to find.Therefore, if like me you can’t live without WiFi on vacation, consider getting a WiFi Network Adapter to help boost any WiFi signal. Alternatively, you could hire one of these really cheaply while in Croatia and never miss a connection.

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      Don’t Forget To Pack The Essentials

      I am not about to tell you to pack undies, bras or toothpaste, but, because toiletries are one area where you can save a lot of room, I suggest you purchase an inexpensive hanging toiletry bag and pack in just the basics – in travel size.

      Don’t get carried away. While making your packing list for Croatia, remember these bonuses for packing light.

              • You’ll save money on expensive airline excess baggage charges
              • You’ll save time packing and unpacking at each stop
              • There will be less luggage to carry up and down stairs and across cobblestone walkways

      Packing The Not-So-Essential

      If you have room, you may want to think about some of these:

          • Beach chairs or towels. The rocky beaches and wooden docks found along the coast don’t often have lounge chairs available. So if you desire a cushiony place to sit and are coming by car from nearby locations, make room in your vehicle for beach chairs. If you have to deal with a budget airline and have limited suitcase space, you will still want to squeeze a good-sized or your fave travel towel in your bag, as the ones we have here are thin and “meh.” We recommend this  Microfiber Travel Towel from Active Roots

            • Reading materials. Guidebooks like these on Croatia are especially good because you can research your next destination during your downtime, sitting on the beach or waiting for the next ferry. If reading doesn’t sound appealing, be sure to bring along a deck of cards or other items to keep yourself entertained.
            • Snorkeling gear. There are a number of places to go snorkeling along the coast, so bring your best fins and masks if you already have a set.
          • Portable safe. If you plan to bring all cash and even if you are not (let’s be honest: it never hurts to have a small stash of money in case of emergencies), you may want to think about a portable safe. Having a safe place to stash your Kuna is a good idea.

      Do you now feel ready to pack for your Vacation in Croatia? What did we miss from this packing list for Croatia? Let us know below.

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Comments (72)

  1. you post could have been helpful if your ads didn’t cover half the content….so much I couldn’t even piece it together

  2. I would like to see more of stuff for the older generation. What do they have to consider packing. Like over the 50 age mark.

  3. Birkenstocks were everywhere in Croatia two years ago. And are more affordable to buy there than in Canada where I live. I didn’t see many adult women wear shorts of any kind, anywhere. Along the coast, people are more body conscious. They dress tastefully for their body type. Shorts look great on women with great legs. Lots of skirts and summery dresses. I find summer dresses to be the perfect outfit for the Croatian coast. No need to coordinate top and bottom. They’re comfy, and breezy. As for shoes, wedges are bulky to pack, but perfect for the cobblestones and comfortable to wear. We always pack a soft folding cooler and freeze water bottles to pack for the beach. Funny, Croats are still afraid of getting sick from cold beverages and propuh! If like me, you end up spending time visiting relatives in the north, in the “selo”, bring shoes you don’t mind ruining, or are easy to clean, and casual, comfy clothes, like leggings, casual shorts and Ts, and bug spray. Maybe I missed it in the post, I suggest a pretty beach cover up and flip flops too.

  4. some of the links to amazon go directly to “add item to cart” without displaying the actual item. just so you know 🙂 thanks for the informative post!

  5. Jeans are totally fine, but in summer you’ll be too hot – what about a linen pant or some others like the ones here… http://s27412.p99.sites.pressdns.com/croatia-travel-blog/best-travel-pants-for-women/

  6. I have read through your travel advice and cannot find any info on Mosquitos! is there likely to be a problem in the evening with them. We are going to be in Podgora in mid late July and just wondered if we should pack some deet?

  7. Am going to try and follow some of these style tips myself this summer! I spend my time usually in denim shorts, a tank-top and unattractive flip-flops! But I don’t think I’ll ever look as good as that lady in the maxi dress! Off now to read up on the toddler packing tips…

  8. When I visit Croatia, I always underpack shoes because I know how easy it is to buy shoes there. Croatia must have more shoe stores per capita than anyplace on earth.

  9. and if you like hiking and walking bring your shoes and small backpack – not tons of quality outdoor gear for reasonable prices – speaking from experience..

  10. Have been carrying a sewing kit with me while travelling for years, I got it from some motel I stayed in once, it’s the size of a credit card. HAVE NEVER USED IT.

  11. I buy a hat when I get to Croatia, no need worrying about the hat getting ruined in luggage. All lotions, cosmetics, I bring in travel size and then buy new in cro when I run out. I actually always feel that my clothes is not quite right for cro, so always end up buying a few things while there to wear.

  12. Ok sewing kit and coffee made me laugh!!! Try to keep your stuff fresh in a picnic basket on summer heat. So hilarious!

  13. we can throw in a thread and needle for you to do your mending while you piknik hahaha just joking – you will be too busy eating and drinking!

    1. Haven’t been there yet but as a special education teacher and advocate, I can tell you that although things are improving in this regard, Croatia is many years behind many other European countries in the area of accessibility.

  14. You wouldn’t have trouble finding someone’s baka to sew a button for you. Friendly people, who love to help. Coffee? Take away that bloggers computer.

    1. Yeah I know, what a joke. When someone told me, I had to go look for myself and take a screen shot!!! ahhahahha I thought i was a JOKE.

    2. I actually needed to sew a Button while in Croatia and it took five minutes for me to find what I needed in lidl.. And don’t get me started on the coffee there it’s the best!

  15. The only thing I couldn’t find in Croatia was a dry cleaner! 😀
    Haha that’s funny about coffee! I miss the Croatian coffee for sure!

    1. Yeah, I could not find one in Zadar until asked – it was a small shop window – but they do have them 😀

  16. Agreed although i still can’t get my order for coffee right i find it funny how people drag a heap of stiff from home just in case. Even in the most remote parts of Mongolia we have got rexona deodorant pantene shampoo etc

  17. Croatia is a great summer destination, especially for island hopping on the Adriatic. I spent two weeks there last year, laying out on the beach, eating gelato and sharing drinks with my fellow backpackers.

  18. A mid-size cross-body bag is the most essential item for travel. But I am a maxi-dress skeptic. They always tend to get caught on things – corners, branches, under the feet on the steps and stairs…

    1. Ohh no! I love them, especially in that non crinkle fabric and jersey. My only issues is… ahem… chaffing … ahem

  19. Awesome. Great list! I think this could be applied to pretty much any beach summer destination. I’m getting better about wearing nicer stuff. That’s what happens when you live in Europe for awhile I guess. I hated walked out and looking like a slob. Proper footwear really helps surprising. Plus also not slinging around a backpack.

  20. I love this list and I’m happy that I can use this for other places before I head to Croatia 🙂 Thanks for some fashion inspiration. I love my Maxi dress (now I need to get one in black) and those sandals and cover-ups are going in my shopping list.

  21. Great list! I am terrible at packing, I always over-pack, so these packing tips are very helpful! We are traveling in Asia now, but I think these items will be good here too.

  22. Great suggestions! I really love the maxi dress and the sandals–makes me want to go shopping and pack up to go!

  23. Okay I may not be the target audience for this article but the selections look pretty good. Personally I’m certainly won over by the suggestion that people wear proper sandals; very elegant, practical and much better than the dreaded flip flops.

    All the other suggestions look great too. For me the first one of the maxi dress and the one piece stand out.

    Wonder if you’ll be able to do a comparable suggestion list for us guys?

  24. Great list to follow. I really like all the clothes, especially the Tory Burch bag. I used to overpack for trips. Now I take only want I think I need, leaving me some room to shop. 🙂

  25. Good list, I tend to pack for all kinds of weather. I am always worried about the just in case moment…

  26. Good list. I tend to pack way more than I need. I’d love to visit Croatia someday and I’ll definitely check your blog for more information.

  27. Kristin Francis and Souvenir Finder are awesome and I dig that you posted this one for Sunday Traveler – Prior to reading this post SJ, I’d have said all I’d need to pack is a toothbrush… Croatia has the rest. 😀

  28. After years of holidaying, I have finally got it sussed. Great picks by the way, very much what I would try and pack.

  29. I always pack too much, even after a lifetime of travels, so in theory this is a great list for me, but in reality it’s faaaar too chic! I’m much more casual and far less sophisticated!

  30. I aspire to be this chic when I travel! I do always pack some chic go everywhere sandals though. Cuts down on the number of shoes I have to carry around and helps make me look cute even when I’m a bit travel worn. Fun post!

  31. NOW this post comes out, after I’ve already gotten to Croatia! Haha, I felt like such a bum in backpacker clothes with all the stylish women around, but I’m learning to just get over that. 🙂

  32. Love how chic everything is. Too bad my travel clothes don’t look anything like that! I love that swimsuit coverup/dress and the breezy camisoles!

    1. Kristin is much more stylish than I… hence why I asked her to tell you all what yo dress. I do think those earrings would go with my outfits though.

  33. I’m afraid that I’m the baggy shorts and plain T types, so I am always glad to get suggestions. The cropped denim jacket is clearly a better choice than the zip-up hoodie that I keep wearing, so I’m going to click over and have a look. That Tory Burch bag is EXACTLY what I’ve been looking for. Thanks!

  34. This is a great list! I love wearing bright patterned dresses so it looks like I would fit in with Croatian style! 🙂

  35. This is a super list – I always over pack and wear half of what I brought ~ or I underpack and don’t have enough clothes especially when we travel for a few months at a time!

  36. Great list! I just bought a similar pair of sandals – cute, go with everything and actually comfortable! One of my favorite travel accessories is a sarong – so many uses! Scarf, coverup, blanket, towel… I love them!

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