When preparing to tie the knot, all efforts go toward that special day—finalizing the seating chart, picking floral arrangements, and locking in the Gucci Westman of makeup artists to master your bridal glam. When all is said and done, forgetting to cement a lineup of honeymoon outfits is more than warranted. After your reception has drawn to a close, the last thing you'll want to do is fret over outfit research—which is why we've eliminated the guesswork with our official-unofficial honeymoon style guide.
Whether your couple's retreat involves quadding through the dunes of Dubai or sipping vino in the Tuscan countryside, the style icons ahead have a no-fail ensemble for you. Browse outfits by the most quintessential honeymoon destinations, and remember: adventure awaits.
For chasing sunsets on rolling dunes, take a page from influencer Sandra Ezenva's book and opt for a ruched, free-flowing midi dress. Style with lace-up Ralph Lauren espadrilles and gold hoops for a look that's worthy of the gods. Pro-tip: be sure to slick your tresses back. We wouldn't want messy, wind-whipped hair to ruin your photo moment.
For a fine dining-appropriate look that you can wear out in Paris' bustling nightlife scene, enlist an LBD (little black dress, that is) and semi-sheer tights. The best part? This look will also keep giving upon returning home—simply slip it on while hosting friends for a dinner party. Don't forget to wear silver hoop earrings to coincide with your new sparkler.
If you and your beau are the adventurous type, a slopeside honeymoon may be on the agenda. Naturally, an all-white ski getup is merited for the bride. Slip on a belted one-piece jumpsuit and tie in some fluffy white accoutrements, like Isabel Marant's shearling bucket hat and Saint Laurent's furry boots.
Speaking of post-wedding whites, a ribbed column dress will pop against the lush vineyards on the Italian hillside. Style this iteration from Gabriela Hearst with Hermes' Oran sandals and a black crescent bag to match. Just make sure to stick with vino bianco—this number is no match for red wine spills!
Heading to the islands? You'll want a silky, sleek number to slip into post-sun, pre-dinner—one that's lightweight, yet luxe. Jonathan Simkhai makes a modified version of Shea Marie's gown in a sleeveless cut, optimizing it for 85-degree days. Accessories are key for giving this evening-appropriate dress a casual touch—grab a pair of raffia sandals and some beachy jewelry, and you're on your way.
The best way to make the earthy facades in Tulum pop is with an equally soothing neutral ensemble. This influencer offers a mood board-ready chocolate palette, accented with a Hereu handbag that will carry you from your flight to the beach. To keep things au naturale, go for accessories that feature raw materials—like Bottega Veneta's wooden earrings.