So you’ve managed to pull off various opulent and gentlemanly outfits during the course of the wedding process. Well done. Chances are however, you’ve had limited time to organise the essential items you’ll need to take with you on your honeymoon. So without further adieu, here are our top picks to include for your packing list.
A stylish pair of sunglasses are the perfect addition to any honeymoon ensemble. It's the one time you can get away with without the need to take them off, so how about investing in a new pair to you give you that 'A-list' appeal?
Swimming shorts are a no-brainer but are still one of the most common items forgotten to take on honeymoon. And seeing as though you’re on honeymoon, why not take a couple of pairs? Maybe something even a bit daring? You'll never have to see any of these people again ...apart from your wife of course!
Honeymoons are an opportunity to be very lazy and get away with doing as little as possible. A beard trimmer is a great way to keep yourself looking groomed without having to go the full effort of an actual shave. Plus, they can always be used to keep other areas of your body well-trimmed as well!
Contrary to popular belief, brown people do get sunburnt! Even if you’re going somewhere that doesn’t have a particularly hot climate, be sure to pack your sunscreen if you expect to be outdoors a fair bit.
If you grew up in an Asian household, you will have had these flung at you by your parents from a very early age. So you’re bound to have a pair somewhere. But could you really take them on your honeymoon? Probably not. So get a new pair that you would be just as comfortable wearing outside the house as you would doubling up as a pair of household slippers.
Whether it be for bars, restaurants or evening entertainment at your hotel – you’ll need to ensure you look the part. No matter what you’re wearing, throwing on a suit jacket or blazer will instantly smarten up your appearance, making this an essential item to take with you.
During the whole wedding process it's easy to get used to people taking pictures of you. So don’t forget – capturing the memories of the honeymoon will be your responsibility.
Most people are uncomfortable wearing hats apart from when they head overseas. It's part and parcel of the adventure when you're away from home so don't be shy and give it a try. It might even save you from heatstroke.
For the days when you decide to stay in and have breakfast served in your room, you will need comfortable clothes to 'lounge' in. This could simply be a t-shirt and shorts combo or perhaps one of your kurta pyjamas to bring that little bit of 'home' with you on your honeymoon... because we know that you all own a set.