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Figuring out what to wear in Mexico (which might just be your next warm-weather getaway), may not seem like a difficult task at first, but there's actually a lot to take into account when planning your vacation wardrobe. The first thing to consider? What's on your itinerary and what will you need for said activities. For example, if you plan on doing a lot of sight-seeing tours, you'll definitely want to pack lightweight, comfortable clothing and good walking shoes. If you plan on spending your time lounging in the sun, then you definitely don't want to forget the usual beachside essentials: a swimsuit, a pair of sunglasses, and a sunhat. 

Thinking ahead ensures you're adequately prepared once you arrive at your destination. So to help you cover all the bases, we decided to curate an edit of all the thing you would need in Mexico, depending on your itinerary. Below, see what to wear in Mexico, all in one place.

To the Beach

This one's easy. Not much else is needed than a good pair of sandals, a swimsuit, and a cover-up or dress. Of course, a good beach bag, cool sunglasses, and a lot of sunscreen are also needed.

For an Evening Out

You don't need much for an evening out in Mexico, but a versatile, lightweight dress is a must, as are a pair of simple black mules.

For a Sight-Seeing Tour

If you plan on doing a lot of walking (and exploring), then you must bring good walking shoes. Simple white sneakers are a good pick because you can wear them everything in your suitcase, too.

For a Day of Exploring the Town

If you're just going into town to browse through the cute shops, eat some delicious food, and snap some dreamy photos, pack something lightweight, versatile, and still fashion-forward.

Next up, what to wear to the theater.

Eva Thomas