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10 Spring Break Gay Fashion and Grooming Must-Haves

by Andrew Villagomez
EDGE Media Network Contributor
Friday Feb 28, 2020
10 Spring Break Gay Fashion and Grooming Must-Haves
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Whether your spring break trip will bring you to the beaches of Miami and Fort Lauderdale, the pools of Palm Springs, or further south to other queer favorite destinations such as Puerto Vallarta and Costa Rica, you'll be looking to stock up on new styles.

Welcome all the boys to share your cabana with new swimwear styles and sun-friendly clothing options — plus a few vacation accessory and grooming essentials.

2(X)IST Cabo Swim Trunk
You can never pack too many swimwear options for days (and nights) at the pool or beach. Stand out in these two-inch bright-hued trunks in a mixed camouflage pattern. Features a sporty drawstring tie and an integrated swim pouch for support and coverage. ($62)


Orlebar Brown Bulldog Mid-Length Swim Shorts
For those who prefer a longer length and luxury style, Orlebar Brown's Bulldog swim shorts feature a tailored fit, signature side fasteners, and offer a five-year guarantee on all their OB Classic Swim Shorts. OB recently partnered with Mandarin Oriental for a line of seven limited-edition swim shorts that feature beach and pool imagery from their various properties, such as the beachfront Mandarin Oriental Jumeira in Dubai. ($345)


Onia Vacation Shirt
As the name of the shirt implies, you'll be 100 percent vacation-ready with this lightweight top. The Hawaiian landscape print and muted tones allow the shirt to be worn casually or dressed up. ($145)


Mr Turk Keller 2 Short Jumpsuit
Known for bold prints and colorful patterns, slip into one of Mr Turk's eye-catching jumpsuits during your vacation. Inspired by California coastal living, this style features a Terrazzo tile print. Pair with your favorite sunglasses and you're ready for a day out! ($398)


Havaianas Flip Flops
Havaianas are classic go-to flip flops that offer versatility and comfort. From solid colors to styles with artful photos on the insole, the brand also offers an Urban Special style featuring genuine leather straps and a dual-density rubber sole that forms to your foot. ($18-$48)


Warby Parker Harris Sunglasses
Need a new pair of sunglasses? Warby Parker's Harris frames were inspired by mid-century sunglass shapes but designed to be timeless. Made from hand-polished materials, they include scratch-resistant lenses that block 100 percent of UV rays. The Oak Barrel color style shines beautifully in the sun, but you can never go wrong with Jet Black. ($95)


Coola Classic Body Organic Sunscreen
Can't forget the sunscreen! An enhanced version of Coola's award-winning classic, this sunscreen is light on the skin but strong enough for long days in the sun. With SPF 50 protection, it is water-resistant for 80 minutes and also helps hydrate and nourish the skin. ($28)


Lab Series Pro LS All-In-One Face Treatment
Fix that face each morning with Lab Series' light and fast-absorbing moisturizer as it soothes, hydrates and mattifies the skin. The face treatment also offers repair properties that minimize the appearance of lines and wrinkles, but it takes a couple of weeks to notice the improvement. ($33)


Clean Reserve Smoked Vetiver
Offering unisex, sustainable fragrances, Clean's sensual mix of vetiver, amber and blonde cedarwood is sure cause a reaction from whomever you have your eyes on while on vacation. ($98)


Topman Black Ripstop Mini Cross Body Bag
Bring along a pouch or cross body to stash your personal belongings or hotel room key while on vacation. This simple and inexpensive mini cross body from Topman features a durable ripstop fabric and a small corner logo. ($30)

Andrew Villagomez is a journalist and photographer covering travel, men's fashion, grooming and other lifestyle topics. His work has appeared in print and online publications including Travel + Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, Essential Homme, Delta Sky Magazine, Out, Details, Thrillist and more. He is also runs his own style and travel blog, Vee Travels. You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.



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