'Spice' Up The Summer!
Put it in print with the Graci Noir Green Rimba Kimono.Graci Noir Zebra Set (Photo: gracinoir.com)

There's no denying the joy of wearing something fresh and summery on a hot day, whether you're retreating to the coast or showing up for a breakfast party. And, as these sun-basking days emerge, dancehall megastar Grace "Spice" Hamilton added a resort collection to her popularly known athleisure clothing line Graci Noir.

If you're thinking of rompers, skirts, resort dresses, light jumpers, or linen clothing of any kind — you're on the right track. It's resort season in fashion, so whether or not you find yourself in a resort anytime soon, Hamilton has plenty of covetable styles to transport you to a beachy state of mind. Now, for those of you lucky enough to be planning a summer vacation, comes the eternal question: What to pack?

To compose your perfect travel wardrobe for this summer, Tuesday Style Fashion (TSF) spotlights Graci Noir's new resort collection.


Photos: Spex Photography Inc, gracinoir.com

Dancehall artiste Grace "Spice" Hamilton models the Dots Swim from the Graci Noir resort collection. (Photo: Spex Photography Inc)
Hamilton rocks the Grasace Swim and matching cover-up from the collection. (Photo: Spex Photography Inc)
Graci Noir Unity DressGraci Noir Zebra Set (Photo: gracinoir.com)
Take the Graci Noir Lime Cover-up to your next beach party. Graci Noir Zebra Set (Photo: gracinoir.com)
Graci Noir Zebra Set (Photo: gracinoir.com)

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