Luxe life from the March/April 2016 issue of Luxury Listings NYC

For your spring break getaway, consider this …

TRD New York /
Mar.March 07, 2016 01:00 PM

1. Colorful suit

Whether you’re heading to the beach or somewhere with a nice hot tub, you are going to need a pair of stylish swimming trunks to lounge around in. This suit from Orlebar Brown will turn your bottom half into a work of art; it has an actual photograph printed on it. $345; from


2. Refreshment

Traveling can wear you down, but the S’well water bottle provides you with the hydration you need. The bottle can keep your drinks cold for 24 hours or hot for 12 and comes in an elegant shape for your next exercise class after your trip is over. $35; from

3. Lockbox

You want to capture every moment of your vacation — without risking damage to your phone. The Hitcase Pro case for iPhones is 100 percent waterproof and features shockproof armor that can survive whatever you put it through. And it comes with four different camera lenses to make your photos (and your memories) even more beautiful. $99; from

4. Grat wrap

These beach towels from Hammamas are hand-finished in Turkey using traditional weaving techniques and made from the best (and softest) cotton money can buy. Stretch out on one with a good book, and then wrap it around yourself for a chic cover up for dashing into the hotel bar. $80; from

5. Goddess bronzer 

Make all your friends jealous of your beachy glow without the risk of skin cancer. By Terry Tea to Tan Face & Body bronzer adds a light, even tone to your skin that isn’t blotchy and won’t wipe off on your clothes. Spray it on your legs, arms and face and then hide from the actual sun underneath a giant umbrella. $88; from

6. Reservation for relaxation 

Spring break is prime time for rejuvenation and L’Auberge de Sedona in Arizona provides the winning combination of a spectacular landscape and the comforts of a resort. Take customized yoga classes at the spa or indulge in a meal at the award-winning restaurant, Cress. Price upon request;

7. Bestseller

While the kids are busy playing, you’ll want to steal a quiet moment for yourself. How about a thriller so suspenseful you can’t put it down? “The Widow” promises to be 2016’s “Gone Girl,” so grab your copy quickly before someone spoils its electric ending. $26; from

8. Sleep aid 

Catching a good night’s sleep on the plane can mean the difference between having a blah trip and having a great one. Block out the light with these cheeky eye masks from Perpetual Shade. And as a bonus, if you enter the code LLNYC at checkout, you’ll receive a 20 percent discount. $69; from

9. Money bag 

Keep your currencies organized with this Burlington Currency Case from Smythson. Four different pockets will help you keep your shekels far apart from your yen and it is stylish enough that you can feel good about pulling it out in any country. $395; from

10. Chic carry-on

Finding the perfect carry-on bag can be a lifelong quest, but Away Luggage, the brainchild of two executives from Warby Parker, wants to be your solution. Like WP’s glasses, this suitcase is inexpensive but smartly designed, with silent wheels and even a built-in battery for charging your smartphone while you wait out inevitable airport delays. $225; from

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