If you’re like the rest of the region, it’s likely that you’re planning to spend the long Eid Al Adha weekend exploring a new destination. Whether you’re staycationing or hitting a big metropolis like London, Los Angeles, or Barcelona, you’re going to need a versatile wardrobe that travels well, offers maximum comfortability, and looks stylish. City breaks are exciting because they offer adventure around nearly every untapped corner, from random run-ins with the locals to stumbling across hidden gems, historical landmarks, and tucked-away eateries.
If you’re a culture vulture, you probably have a variety of art galleries, museums, and theater outings planned – or maybe you’re a wing-it kind of girl who lets the day take her where it may. Regardless, we’ve planned three very different outfits for three very different occasions, ensuring that the footwear is comfortable, the accessories have mix-and-match potential, and most of the items err on the side of affordable.
Whether you’re musing over the meaning of a sculpture at a contemporary art gallery, browsing the bones at a natural history museum, heading to the opera, or taking in a theater production, chances are you’ll need an outfit that’s sophisticated but functional, like this one.
Easy Does It
From hitting up food festivals and local concerts to lounging in the park or touring a historical district, you’ll need an outfit that’s comfortable, ventilated, and smart, which is why we’ve picked loose coordinated separates and chic flats for this look.
Night on the Town
If you’re tapping into local nightlife, a flashier ensemble will set you apart from the pack. Armed with a head-turning jumpsuit and footwear that won’t kill your feet – even if you dance until morning – you’ll be ready for anything the night may bring.