10 Pieces for Camping in Style: West CoastLiz Stanley
It’s camping season! Luckily so much of your camping gear is totally in style, so you don’t have to sacrifice fashion on your trip. Here are 10 fashion pieces that are a must have for your next camping trip.
Camping in Style 1 of 10
Keep reading to see our favorite 10 pieces you need for summer camping trips on the west coast
Chambray Shirt 2 of 10
I know you've been wearing it with your cute blue skinny jeans but a chambray shirt is totally what you need to dirty up a bit for your camping trip. Perfect for layering when the temperatures swing.
(Chambray shirt from Madewell)
Beanie 3 of 10
A beanie is pretty standard for camping attire. Plus slouchy oversized beanies are always in style, at the campground or not!
(Wool hat from Patagonia)
Rugged Hiking Boots 4 of 10
A pair of rugged hiking boots is not only a necessity for trekking in the woods to find sticks for a fire, but totally cool looking off the campground with cuffed skinnies.
(Boots from Urban Outfitters)
Flip Flops 5 of 10
Rainbows are my favorite pair of comfy sandals that last longer than one season. And when the temperatures swing like they tend to, you'll need these for a hop in a the lake.
Cutoffs 6 of 10
Denim cutoffs are the shorts of choice for our camping trips. I always pack a pair of boyfriend jeans too in case the weather gets cool.
Vintage Sweatshirt 7 of 10
A vintage sweatshirt is perfect to throw over your chambray shirt, and you won't care too much about it getting diry. We love this cute bambi one from Free People!
Swimsuit 8 of 10
I always pack a swimsuit for camping, even if I'm not sure we'll be by water. If it gets hot, even a trickling stream will do the trick to cool you off. Love this turquoise one from J.Crew.
Lightweight Tank 9 of 10
A cool tank is perfect for those hot afternoon hikes. And great for layering as well under a flannel or chambray shirt. Love this lightweight option from Madewell.
Flannel 10 of 10
Last but not least, the classic camping pullover- the flannel! Luckily it's come back in style from the 90s grunge period so it's not just for camping trips anymore.