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How To Dress: Holiday Cover-ups | Fashion | The Guardian

September 7, 2014

(Literally, if you're unlucky.) In the old days, you went away for a fortnight once a year with a huge suitcase full of "just in case" pieces, and maybe you got a dirty look at check-in when it weighed in at 28kg, but that was it. Now we travel more often, on shorter trips, with less stuff, and early mornings and late nights at airports are standard. No one wants to fail the undignified public weigh-in at check-in and end up unzipped and anxious under the gaze of a judgey queue; anyway, cabin baggage-only looks way more savvy than hanging around at the luggage carousel. I read lots of "helpful tips" from stylish travellers about how they take only acarry-on case to Barbados, while never leaving home without Diptyque candles, their own pillow, acashmere onesie, etc. Hmmm. A cardigan is a bit mumsy, a denim jacket a bit arrested development. Instead, a simple cotton or linen long-sleeved shirt works for travelling, and doubles as a beach cover-up and for alfresco dining.
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Rainy Weather Soaks Holiday Campers | NBC Connecticut

Arthur has begun moving steadily northward at around 5 kt. and is expected to make landfall over the Fourth of July holiday. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images) Tropical Storm Arthur Threatens North Carolina's Outer Banks OREGON INLET, NC - JULY 02: Scott Brooks (R) and Hannah Thomas (L) of Boston, MA break down their campsite while their dog sits nearby on July 2, 2014 in Oregon Inlet, North Carolina. Cape Hatteras National Seashore officials ordered all camp grounds to be evacuated by 12 noon today due to approaching tropical storm Arthur heading toward North Carolina's Outer Banks. Arthur has begun moving steadily northward at around 5 kt.
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AOL.com Article - Arthur hits North Carolina coast just before July 4th holiday

Getting soaked isnt what she and her family expected on their holiday camping trip. But the rain didnt force them out. I made my reservation 6 months ago I said I wasn't going to cancel it, Bowe explained. We're not going to go anywhere - we're troopers, said Sheilah Greene. Many did take off as soon as the storm hit. Its not as busy as it normally issome people pulled out, Hope Cotter added. Unfortunately the wet weather closed the nearby beach. We want to do some beaching that's the one thing we couldn't do, Tashima Bowe added. The weather also put a damper on businesses, including Rocky Neck Inn & Suites.
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