City Holiday

Make it a city break... but abroad with the Karen Millen x Secret Escapes abroad city break collaboration, featuring Sarah-Louise (@The_AdventuresOfUs). Whether you're going for a chilled city break or you're in need of holiday wear that'll keep you going until 4am - make sure it's Karen Millen. This year our city break edit features a plethora of summer holiday dresses that'll keep you cool and serving luxury looks all day. Holiday co-ords are all the talk this year with floaty, lightweight linens being at the forefront of everybody's mind.

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City Holiday Style Essentials

Name your holiday style essentials.

A well-fitting pair of shorts, lots of linen, flat sandals, a pair of heels and a sleek evening dress.

What’s always in your suitcase, no matter the destination?

Heels and something tailored.

How do you translate your everyday style while on holiday?

My everyday style is quite relaxed; I love pairing basics with a statement bag or pair of shoes. However, on holiday my wardrobe is bolder and colourful with linens, dresses and sandals — I’m a summer girl at heart.

Tips for staying comfortable yet stylish when exploring a city abroad?

Shorts and flat sandals are perfect for walking around in the heat, I’d also keep colours light and fabrics airy.

Describe your day to evening look on holiday?

I’d keep it casual in the day with tie sandals and

shorts or loose dresses. While in the evening I love a more tailored look with either flats or heels to dress it up.

What was your favourite look of the trip and how did it make you feel?

My favourite look was a pair of yellow shorts with a white cutwork top. The bright yellow perfectly popped against the backdrop of the old town and the pieces fit so well.

How did it feel going abroad and exploring Palma?

It was so exciting as we love exploring new places and discover hidden gems in cities. We’d missed the Mediterranean sunshine, the people and the food.

Top 3 tips to planning a holiday?

Research, book restaurants in advance and leave a little space for spontaneity.

The one place everyone should visit in Palma?

Lunch at De Tokio a Lima – the restaurant overlooks the old town and has a beautiful view of the marina at sunset.

Your favourite moment in Palma?

Dinner at the incredible El Camino, the food was sensational. We also loved exploring the Joan Mirò Gallery, such an iconic place.

Sum up your trip in 3 words.

Sunny, romantic and fun.

Where’s next on your bucket list to explore?

We’d love to visit Montenegro or more of the Caribbean.