Fact: the devil is in the details. Good news: there are lots of details in the summer’s top accessories.
Be daring with this large-faced timepiece from the Movado Bold collection. The chronograph watch with a black and blue color scheme certainly leaves its mark. $750, neimanmarcus.com
Even guys like to show a little leg when rays are shining (sun’s out, gams out)! Prints are in and the modern cut on these SHAN swim trunks leaves just enough to the imagination, ladies. $179, SHAN in East Hampton
Classics never go out of style. That’s why L.G.R’s vintage-inspired Nairobi polarized glasses are a match with any bright attire—from sandy beaches to snow-capped mountains. $347, lgrworld.com
These hand-stitched Gancio Bit Driver loafers by Salvatore Ferragamo have become a summer staple. We guess it’s because they’re perfect. The tongue climbs high enough to be elegant, but the collar sits low enough on ankles to be equally appropriate on bare feet or funky socks. This season, Ferragamo invited even the classic horse bit to the white party. Kick them up dockside, propped on a chaise, preferably near a chilling steel bucket of bubbly. $595, ferragamo.com
Aloha! Whether traveling to Kauai or Seychelles, keep organized with this pineapple-printed clutch by Valentino. It’s handy for spring flings or summer soirees…wherever it’s carried, you’re on vacation. $1,345, Valentino Fifth Avenue
The house of Brunello Cucinelli epitomizes savoring time. The designer gained his vision for cashmeres and fine textiles as a young fashion entrepreneur in the 80s working out of a small Italian atelier and it carries through to this classic linen soccer bag with distinct buffalo leather reinforcements. $4,495, Brunello Cucinelli in East Hampton
If your getaway includes a day on the tennis courts or golf course, be prepared to look like a winner in pro gear.