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What to Pack For a Trip to Iceland, From Snow

What to Pack For a Trip to Iceland, From Snow

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While warm-weather locales like Puerto Rico and Belize are usually top of mind when it comes to vacation planning, a winter-ready getaway can be just as magical. Iceland is considered a bucket-list destination for its breathtaking volcanic landscape, fascinating ice caves, famed lagoons, and relaxing geothermal pools. And of course, there’s the northern lights, also known as the aurora borealis — a natural phenomenon so majestic, people travel from all over the world to see it. It’s no wonder the Nordic island country frequently welcomes celebrities like Beyoncé, JAY-Z, and Kourtney Kardashian Barker. There’s no shortage of activities to add to your itinerary, from a day spent whale and penguin watching to dinner at a world-class restaurant. But figuring out what to wear in Iceland may prove a bit more challenging.

When dressing to visit the North Atlantic island, remember warmth is key. Stock up on cozy fleece-lined leggings you can layer under snow-proof pants. Bomber vests will also come in handy, and they’re easily removable when you go indoors. Snow boots and wool socks will go a long way in keeping your feet dry, as you trek through an ice-cave tour or wait outside for a view of the northern lights. Go skiing in a bright set from LoveShackFancy’s collaboration with Bogner: floral-printed puffer jackets and pants that will keep you warm in style.

For a visit to a fancy bar or restaurant, you can marry fashion and function: think a Christopher John Rogers striped sweater paired with your favorite leather skirt. To unwind at the country’s famed Retreat Spa at the world-renowned Blue Lagoon, pack a fun swimsuit and get ready to soak in water that’s rich with therapeutic minerals. Although the water temperature is around 98 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (37 to 40 degrees Celsius), the air is still cold, so a knit headband from 66°North will keep you comfortable.

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