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Ivy Park's debut swimwear collection is as inclusive as you'd expect

Since launching her sought-after label Ivy Park in 2016, Beyoncé has been shaking up the athleisure world one well-crafted pair of leggings at a time. Now, the megastar is branching out into swimwear. Part of Ivy Park's running collaboration with Adidas, the new size-inclusive Flex Park collection – dropping today at 11am – is steeped in 80s references, with sleek high-leg swimsuits and sporty bikinis finished with Adidas' signature three stripes.

"The sad truth is that bodies like mine – and possibly yours – are rarely reflected in swimwear campaign imagery," says Stylist's digital fashion writer Naomi May. "So it feels like a breath of fresh air for Flex Park – which includes sizes XS to 4XL – to shoot its tangerine-toned wares on a similarly expansive range of bodies, including body positive influencer Tabria Majors and beauty entrepreneur Kristen Noel Crawley." The collection isn't limited to swimwear: you can also expect bucket hats, sliders, beach cover-ups and more. "My personal favourites are the zingy mesh dress, eeny-weeny orange bikini and highlighter-hued sheer shirt," says Naomi. If your UK holiday wardrobe could do with an injection of Beyoncé-style flair, this is where to find it. From £25, adidas.com 

When the nights are this sweltering, make your pyjamas as short as possible
H&M / £24.99
Are they PJs or are they a lilac gingham co-ord? We'd happily wear this poplin set to nip out for a pint of milk
Their Nibs / £30
Crisp white cotton, piping detail and a hummingbird print to help you pretend you're on a Caribbean island? Sign us up
Next / £28
Very tempted to make a terrible 'animal in bed' joke but we respect you too much to do that, we promise
Accessorize / £30
Alternating tonal pastel stripes will have you dreaming of peach gelato one night and minty freshness the next
Hush / £49
We're not going to tell you that wearing this star-printed set to bed will help you go to sleep quicker – or are we?
Bluebella / £36
Whoever thought, 'Let's take the line-drawn abstract face trend and turn it into pyjamas', you have our tick of approval

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Upgrade your staycation with these personalised travel bags

Cornwall. Scotland. Norfolk. It seems like everyone and their lockdown dog is going on a staycation minibreak and frankly, with all the uncertainty hanging over the government's green travel list, we don't blame them. But when you're hopping on a train or getting behind the wheel, a suitcase feels a bit excessive (there's no need to roll it through five miles of airport corridors trying to find your departure gate, after all). Which is why overnight and weekend bags are your new best friend – especially when you can personalise them for an extra shot of chic.

Accessories brand Katie Loxton launched its personalisation service earlier this month, allowing you to get up to three letters embroidered onto its vegan leather Kensington Weekend Bag (from £89.99) and Weekend Holdall Duffle Bag (from £84.99) in a choice of 10 colours. For a preppy feel, check out Lily & Bean's Take Me Away canvas duffle bag (£185): create a bespoke three-colour stripe and personalise with up to 10 characters. Not a duffel fan? Hermosa London's All Rounder and XL tote bags come in can't-stop-touching-them materials including plush velvet and super-soft towelling (from £105). And if you feel like splashing out with the money you saved on flights, head straight to Longchamp's Le Pliage Signature service (£230). Choose the colours of every element of the French label's iconic bags, from the 3D shadow on your initials to the leather trim. Staycations never looked so good…

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