SOLO FLIGHT

Search­ing for your soul is no longer a brood­ing mat­ter. Go wan­der!

Preview (Philippines) - - Mood - BY ISHA VAL­LÉS

There are two things I’m wont to do when I’m hun­gry for change: cut my hair and es­cape. Cathar­tic as a “new ’do, new you” ap­proach might be, there’s noth­ing that sparks the soul like trav­el­ing alone. You get to do what you want to do, go where you want to go, and try what you like at your own pace. Noth­ing beats be­ing re­spon­si­ble only for your­self to gen­er­ate some self­dis­cov­ery. If there’s a de­signer who’s fu­el­ing the travel bug at the mo­ment, it’s Tory Burch. On her web­site, she says, “Re­sort 2017 takes us back to Round Hill, Ja­maica, in its hey­day and plays on the spirit of is­land liv­ing.” Her mem­o­ries in­clude va­ca­tion­ing in a lux­ury villa, Bob Mar­ley on her mood board, and singer Lau­ryn Hill’s soul­ful mu­sic—the com­po­nents of your next hia­tus, per­haps (or an an­ti­dote to too many #feels)? Tory’s got the gear all fig­ured out: leisure suits and sep­a­rates, bias-cut dresses, fringed pool slides and even an ikat-print wa­ter­proof back­pack. And we’ve picked four des­ti­na­tions to hie away to that don’t need visas if you’re a Philip­pine pass­port holder. Af­ter all, when the mood strikes, why hes­i­tate to take flight? is lo­cated in Green­belt 5

Not her usual preppy stripes, Tory Burch brings a spirit of ad­ven­ture with a riff on the ze­bra’s black-and­white streaks on a silk dress and shoul­der­graz­ing ear­rings (prices un­avail­able).

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