By Tali Minor

Forget the staycation; 2023 is all about big adventures and exploring new terrain. We’ve got a lot of ground to cover this year and quite a few destinations on our list—and imagine that you do, too. With that in mind, we’ve put together a BHS Edit of the season’s exploration-ready looks—from desert to jungle and all places in between. We hope this sparks some wanderlust, or at the very least the desire to channel that spirit through your wardrobe.

  1. Photo of metallic organza button down with a buckled self-belt

    Ralph Lauren

    Ralph Lauren has long been a fan of safari motifs, perhaps most notably with the iconic field jacket silhouette. Reignite your most cherished safari memories each time you slip into this glamorous look.
  2. Photo of black and gold silk scarf

    Roberto Cavalli

    Back in your luxuriously appointed tent at Xigera in the Okavango Delta, wrap yourself up in this silk scarf and wait for the sun to set and the next adventure to begin.
  3. Photo of linen wrap top

    Fabiana Filippi

    If an Indian safari is on your list, make sure to pack this versatile top from Fabiana Filippi. Made from linen, viscose and raffia, it’s lightweight and has just a bit of shine to stand out if you choose to make a city stop along the way.
  4. Photo of drawstring pants with tassel detailing

    Tory Burch

    Further up the coast, in Santa Teresa, these poplin pants with raffia details will have you looking the part in this bohemian enclave. Slip them on after a surf session and head out to famed restaurant Katana for an enchanting dinner.
  5. Photo of white felt hat with leather band

    Brunello Cucinelli

    Oh, the places you will go. Consider Brunello Cucinelli’s Lapin felt fedora your passport to many a destination. The snug fit will keep you stylish and in comfort, from the Pampas of Argentina to the Grand Tetons of Wyoming.
  6. Photo of cropped jacket with geometric embellishments

    Veronica Beard

    Amangani is calling, and you ought not go without the Daryl jacket in tow. The perfect desert-palette piece, you’ll find yourself returning to it time and again when your everyday needs a little embellishment.
  7. Photo of linen shorts with rolled cuffs


    Just back from a jungle tour, you’re relaxing back at your casita in Matapalo, one of the most bio-diverse regions on Costa Rica’s Osa peninsula. These tailored but not fussy linen shorts are the perfect choice for the humid climate.
  8. Photo of snake Fendi clutch


    We hope you score a real Big Five sighting, but this leopard-printed calf hair Baguette, part of the Re-Edition collection, isn’t too bad of a consolation prize.
  9. Photo of lilac cargo pants with slash pockets

    The Webster | Off-White

    These lilac cargo pants will look glorious against a verdant backdrop. Perhaps a hike amongst the Redwoods of Northern California is just the dose of awe you’re after.
  10. Photo of yellow Bottega sunglasses

    Bottega Veneta

    Heli-ski by day, apres-ski by eve. And in between, shield your eyes while keeping your vibes up in these wrapround sunnies from Bottega Veneta.
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    Stella McCartney

    This tiger-print jacket is an ode to one of the most majestic beasts that roam this earth. What’s more, it’s consciously crafted from a recycled polyester jacquard.
  12. Photo of fabric and leather combat boots


    Hit the trail of your choosing in these heavy-soled combat boots. A subtle rubber pebbling on the heel is a discrete way of leaving your stylish stamp wherever you may go.


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The trench coat for any occasion that you’ll want to wear at every opportunity. Dolce & Gabbana’s timeless branded floral Cordonetto lace trench coat is oh-so easy to wear, yet so hard to want to take off. Make it a full look with the Italian house’s Sicily bag and teardrop pendant earrings.
Artisans in Madagascar and Milan each spend eight hours meticulously crafting each of the “Summer Tricks” charms that are designed to lend an individual touch to Prada’s line of summer bags—which the brand refers to as “crochet,” not raffia, because of the finely tuned nature of each design. Treat yourself to one today, at Prada at Bal Harbour Shops.
Happy Father’s Day to all of the dads, granddads, godfathers, and dogfathers out there. Should the handmade cards and French toast in bed not have landed the way everyone hoped this morning, head to the Shops today. Click the link in bio for our Father’s Day Gift Guide, full of easy-to-enjoy items at Bal Harbour Shops, such as these stunning watches from Hublot.