Split to Dubrovnik in Detail: Comfortable, Casual, Versatile

Along the Croatian coastline, Split to Dubrovnik, days are casual, spent tracing the intricate coastline or exploring the diverse cultural histories of towns and villages as old as the Roman Empire. You’ll want something grand for an evening in uptown Dubrovnik, but most days you’ll want to keep your couture simple and comfortable.

Since water and beaches are everywhere, and you’ll be hopping from yacht to shore and back again, choose casual and comfortable swimwear that does double duty. For him, Loro Piana makes a simple denim look swim short destined to become a favorite. For her, Wildfox gives a nod to a charming, feminine, country style in sophisticated hue.

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Keep your eyes protected with a pair of high quality shades that also keep your gaze private. For him, these Gold + Wood specs frame a handsome face nicely. Bulgari makes an exceptionally stylish choice for her, with stunning logo detail.

For in town or on the yacht casual days, especially upon arrival, choose a look that says both with equal style. Robert Cavalli keeps details coming in a white capri, shirt, and jacket ensemble for her. DSquared2 makes his afternoon notable and tucked in with shirt and jacket echo print, paired with white jeans and slip on deck shoes.

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Evenings can be simple or splendid, but walk the line with business casual for pieces that can move up or down the formal scale depending on accessory choices. Versace’s crisp double-breasted suit for him is perfect for an evening plan yet to unfold. Go toe to toe with a pair of Tod’s City Gamino loafers for a stride that is both handsome and comfortable.

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Diane Von Furstenburg caresses curves with a signature dress that’s both feminine and glamorous in a floaty yellow print. Pair it with these Guiseppe Zanotti calfskin wrap sandals. Flats translate your footing as graceful and stylish, whether moving about the yacht or climbing along the cobblestone streets of Dubrovnik on your way to Gil’s or Buza.

 

 

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