I am a huge suit advocate, whatever the occasion – they are absolutely not just meant for the office! A well-tailored set can work wonders for your wardrobe and brings with it endless styling opportunities in that it can be work together or as separate pieces. While bringing a suit on holiday may not seem like an obvious choice, you should definitely consider linen and lightweight cotton options

At the very least, pack a blazer! They’re essential for dressing up any casual vacation outfits or can easily be thrown on over a slip dress if you want to spontaneously head out to a slightly more formal restaurant.


For Ibiza, I packed a fresh and fun green Raquette suit that blended in seamlessly with the surrounding Balearic scenery. The stunning double-breasted blazer has a classic silhouette from the front, featuring statement peaked lapels, yet has a surprising back detail comprised of buckles and cut-outs. The unique buckles are so eyecatching and add just the right amount of edge to this mint set, giving it the perfect contemporary twist.

The matching flared suit trousers are the perfect length to wear with heels as they just skim the ground, elongating the legs (which is always a bonus!). I would even wear these without the blazer and style with a chic crop top for the daytime, some Fendi sandals and a classic LOEWE basket bag.


TROUSERS: Raquette (here)

BLAZER: Raquette (here)

HEELS: Bottega Veneta (here)

POUCH: Bottega Veneta (here)

BRALETTE: Jacquemus (similar here)

SUNNIES: Gucci (similar here)

To pop against the green, I decided to add touches of yellow courtesy of my Bottega Veneta heels and pouch bag. Although they are slightly different yellow tones, they still complement one another and lift the overall colour palette for a chic, almost tropical summery vibe.

What do you think of this lemon and lime infused outfit? I’ve also included some alternatives options below in case you wanted to recreate the look yourself. ?