Spring break is right around the corner and college students everywhere are wondering what to pack. No matter the destination, here are 10 items not to leave behind.

A swimsuit, one of the must have items for the week. There are several options to attempt for a trendy look; recent popular brands are Triangl and Victoria’s Secret.

Every person can use a pair of sunglasses and Urban Outfitters have the perfect ones called Both Worlds Round Sunglasses. They are only a round pair of glass for only 18 dollars and come in multiple colors, such as crystal blue, brown, yellow green and, black.

The next purchase on the list is a marvelous hat. The Lucky Brand Women’s Fedora and Nine West Pale Novelty Floppy Hat are both terrific choices for a day at the beach.

Packing a kimono is always a fantastic idea to be worn over several different outfits and always comes in handy during those chilly nights by the ocean. Forever 21 and H&M are just a couple stores that sell kimonos, but are simple to find.

Another item for the beach would be a cover up for swimsuits; Victoria’s Secret has tons of popular styles.

Furthermore, always have a sundress for occasions at the beach. The Lucca Couture Swingy Shift Dress, in the color rose from Urban Outfitters is a wonderful lightweight dress.

Everyone needs a helping hand when carrying towels, drinks, and sunscreen, and that helping hand comes with a cost, a large tote is the way to go. The Independent Reign Metallic Linen Tote Bag is a perfect trendy bag for a day in the sun.

Tory Burch Printed Flat Flip-Flop Sandals are fabulous for an exciting day on the water. And they come in several different patterns and colors.

High waist shorts are an essential element top that can be worn with several shirts, such as crop tops or graphic tees.

Remember a good book is always the right idea for a relaxing day on the beach, 50 Shades of Grey and The Fault in our Starts are both incredible books that will be difficult to put down.

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