As you know the winter season is started in North India but in South India, it is the pleasant time of the year to spend your winter holidays with your loved ones. We don’t mean Tamil Nadu, Kerala, or Karnataka but we are talking about Goa – yes Goa, it’s the perfect time to visit Goa.
The high time to visit Goa is started from December to February, and for visiting Goa people are really much excited always because it’s all about beaches, parties, and boozing. Whether you are going with your friends or with your family it’s really important that you will pack your bag according to the weather of Goa. In this season Goa has the most pleasant weather and due to chilled weather in North India, more people will be attracted to visit Goa.
If we talk about Goa then it is all about taking a sunbath, chilling on the shacks, doing night parties, boozing, take dips in the water, visiting churches, cruising, scuba diving or any other adventure sports, and many more things. For doing all these activities you will have to dress up accordingly. Here is a quick guide for you so that you will no more get confused regarding your outfits that what to wear on holidays for Goa.
The first thing which always came in our mind while listening to this word ‘Goa’ is beaches and for spending your holidays on the beach it is necessary that you can carry bikinis. Any type of bikini according to your comfort you can carry like monokini, bodysuit, tankini, microkini, trikini, skirtini, etc.
As you know that Goa is also famous for tanning, and to avoid those tanning you can take cover-up dresses and other clothes like kaftans, sarongs, mesh dress, ponchos, kimonos, etc. It not only helps you to stay away from tanning but also give you an amazing look.
For visiting beaches the best outfit which you can carry is simple cotton shorts with any type of top or t-shirt. The main advantage of cotton shorts is that they can easily get dry and you can easily wear them with any top and even with a bikini because they are super comfy.
If we talk about dresses then there are so many different types of dresses which you can carry like maxi dresses (avoid carrying the dresses of heavy material, go for chiffon or georgette ones), short day dresses with colourful prints, you can also go for colorful prints and dresses.
If we talk about footwears then it’s better that you will carry the flip-flops rather than shoes or any other footwear. You will definitely have a troublesome time if you will wear heels or closed shoes at the beach. Flip-flops also is a good option for a beach holiday because it is easy to carry, and you can easily manage them.
Pants of different styles
If you don’t want to wear shorts or afraid of tanning then you can go for pants like palazzos, harem pants, dhoti pants, ruffle pants and any different style of pants you can carry and match it with a crop top, tank top, bikini top, bralette, etc. Pants not only give you an amazing look but also you can roam around freely.
Chunky Jewellery and other accessories
Chunky jewellery like boho jewellery, afghani jewellery, etc. you can choose accordingly to match it with your outfit. Even not only jewellery you can also add different accessories like hat, scarf, sunglasses, and many more things.
Sequence Work Clothes
For your party outfit, you can go for sequence work shorts, dresses, tops, or jumpsuits. Pair sequence works outfits with solid colors and enjoys the nightlife of Goa to the fullest.
For tops, you can carry different styles of tops like a crop top, tank top, spaghetti top, off the shoulder top, tube top, etc. which you can easily pair with any kind of pants, shorts, or skirts.
Jumpsuits are a really comfy outfit to wear and by wearing it you not only stay comfortable but also your style will remain classic. Jumpsuits and rompers, you can carry for your beach holidays and pair them with colorful flip-flops and some chunky jewelry.
So, this time if you are planning to go Goa and having a lot of confusion regarding what to pack and what to wear then don’t worry just follow these fashion tricks and stay gorgeous.Styling Guide for Goa - What to wear in Goa Click To Tweet