Editor’s Picks: What To Pack for Crete this Summer

1. Olympus Pendant Necklace.

Want to feel like a Greek Goddess? Adding this 14-karat gold-vermeil pendant necklace to your jewelry box will get the job done. ($475 on Nordstrom.com.)

2. Paraiso Stripe Santorini Tiered Midi-Dress.

There’s no better way to rock the Agio Nikolaou flow than this Paraiso Stripe Tiered Midi-Dress. ($154 on SaksFifthAvenue.com.)

3. Athena Printed Wide-Leg Pants.

Be prepared to walk within the narrow island alleys of the Old Port of Chania with these plush wide-leg pants. ($395 on SaksFifthAvenue.com.)

4. Greek Key Bathing Suit.

This fashionable one-piece, red swimsuit is ideal for a boat trip around Elounda. ($325 on Bloomingdales.com.)

5. Three Greek Socks.

For a walk through the Samaria Gorge, these candy-candy colored Greek key socks will give you all the comfort you need – but choose healthy shoes. ($75 on Bloomingdales.com.)

6. Linen Eyelet Dress.

This linen eyelet dress braces you for a chic night out in the heart of Rethymnon. ($198 on HellenicAesthetic.com.)

7. Kiki Sandal.

Comfort comes first in these caramel Grecian sandals from Laiik – handmade in Greece with love. ($140 on Laiik.com.)

8. Natalia Dress.

For an elegant Aphrodite look, this white, long, breezy caftan will do the magic. ($100 on PopellaShop.com.)

9. Zoe Blouse.

There’s no better way to welcome floral season than this hot pink and orange Zoe blouse – tucked into jeans is the perfect match for us. ($245 on BuggyNYC.com.)

10. White Boho Bag.

For an easy carry-around, this handmade white boho bucket bag adds elegance to your look. ($395 on Almira-Design.com.)


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