Santorini is one of the most beautiful places to visit. To be perfectly honest, you can’t really go wrong with any of the Greek Islands, however, Santorini is a place made for the romantics and is a wonderful honeymoon destination or couple’s getaway.
The crisp white buildings and blue domes on the hills with panoramic views of the ocean are a photographer’s dream…so you can imagine that I wanted outfits to match the scenery!
While most of the days on Santorini can be spent wandering around the small town of Oia — popping into restaurants and exploring nooks and crannies — you should also mix in a bit of adventure with a self-guided ATV ride while you’re there!
When Meyer and I went to Santorini it was in July and incredibly warm, so a good portion of our time was spent relaxing by the pool. The summer is quite crowded as that is peak season, but if you’re prepared for that and book things ahead of time, you should be perfectly fine.
Obviously, the weather will play a factor in what you’re packing — but if you’re going to Santorini from late spring to early fall, you should be fine with mainly “beachy” attire. Think sundresses, several bikinis, shorts and cute tops, along with hats and sandals.
Here’s my Santorini, Greece outfit inspiration!
Sundresses + Mix and Match Outfits
Sundresses are a staple for me when traveling around Greece! From short flouncy ones to long ones, I love how effortless they are and that you can pair them with sandals, or, if you’re going out for dinner you could dress them up a bit.
Bringing along a few pieces that you can mix and match or dress up — especially for romantic dinners — is super helpful!
Shorts + Tops
A number of days involved us hanging out by the pool or adventuring around the island. Casual shorts and tops that you can throw on while still looking cute are a definite must!
Bikinis + Swimwear
As some of the days are spent pretty much at the pool — cute swimwear is a must! While the floral suits I’m wearing above have since sold out, I found a few similar ones below:
Hats + Sandals
While hats aren’t the easiest thing to travel with, I always make a point to bring them as they can really change up an outfit and are great for blocking out some of the harsh rays!