Dress To Impress In 4 Global Luxury Locations

Even the most skilled fashionistas can struggle to find the right outfit for luxury locations. Even if you have the ability to dress for different occasions, it might not be possible to look trendy in every location. With a little research, you can avoid fashion faux pas and impress guests and locals alike with your fashion sense. Here are five ways to dress up in luxury settings.

Cape Town

Cape Town is South Africa’s jewel in the crown of luxury hotspots. It is nestled between Table Mountain, the Atlantic and Indian Oceans’ confluence point, and its natural beauty is breathtaking. While you enjoy fine seafood at Blues Bar & Restaurant, Camps Bay, in khaki culottes, deck-shoes and a cool shirt from Murphy & Nye, you should be comfortable. If you are staying at The Twelve Apostles hotel further up the coast, you can invest in a stylish evening dress that you can slip into while you sip’sundowners’ cocktails from the balcony.


Negril, Jamaica is a great choice for those who want a little bit of luxury mixed with a hippie vibe. While strolling along Seven Mile Beach, you’ll look sultry in stylish Ray-Ban sunglasses. Online retailer AX Paris offers a selection of stunning maxi dresses for guests staying at The Caves, which is owned by Chris Blackwell, the Island Records founder. These will look great in the tropical sun.

Cap d’Antibes

Leonardo DiCaprio, Naomi Campbell, Jack Nicholson and Naomi Campbell avoided the Cannes Film Festival crowds. They walked around the Cap d’Antibes to check in at the Hotel Du Cap-Eden-Roc. Once you’re inside the gates, you won’t be spotted by the paparazzi. You can also relax at the pool in a custom bikini by Nikki De Marchi. Once you have changed into a chic evening outfit, flicker your fan at a limo driver to begin the ride into Cannes.


London is a cultural capital with something for everyone. It’s also a leader in luxury location. A vintage Chanel tweed mini dress is a must-have for media darlings dining at the Groucho Club. For a casual, bohemian look suitable for strolling through vintage shops in Notting Hill, don’t forget to wear tie dye easy pants by Raquel Allegra.


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