What to Wear in Puerto Rico in July

Posted on Jul 30 2013 - 8:01am by Tyler Coleman
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Where else would you find plenty of sun to spare, beaches, an old world charm and thrilling adventures except Puerto Rico, which by the way is also a US territory. Doesn’t matter if you are sticking to San Juan or hopping to beautiful Vieques, you just have to know what to wear in Puerto Rico in July and you are all set.

What to Wear in Puerto Rico in July

Weather of Puerto Rico in July

Puerto Rico in July is full of tourists as the popular summer season sets in. Temperatures reach up to 24 degrees Celsius creating an ambience of lazy afternoon and lots of sunbathing. You can expect plenty of sunshine during the day. Nights see a temperature of about 18 degrees Celsius.

What to Wear and How to Pack for Puerto Rico in July?

People are pretty casual in this city, so have the luxury to go casual, too. Here are some suggestions:

Women – You can pack shorts and mini skirts for beach and if you plan to stroll around the city, you can go for jeans. Rompers or jumpsuits are also good options or you can always go for summer dresses. Make sure to pack lightweight fabric such as cotton and khaki. Tank-tops and shorts will also do well.

Men – You can go for Bermuda shorts and half-sleeve T-shirts. Bring dark T-shirts along with a pair of shirts for the beach. For clubbing, you can bring a formal shirt along with semi-formal pants. Jeans are, of course, evergreen here.

Kids – Pack cotton shorts and skirts for your girl along with cotton tank- or tube-tops. Boys can go for Bermuda shorts or khaki ones along with half-sleeve T-shirts. Jumpsuits can also be packed along with dresses. Keep something for the beach, too!

Footwear – If you plan to go hiking or indulge in outdoor activities, do bring your hiking shoes or sneakers. Beaches will require flip-slops or espadrilles. For other purposes, you can go for flats and sandals.

Accessories – Trendy sunglasses and a classy hat is all you need in this city and maybe a nice bag, too! People here barely wear raincoats, so you can skip them and go for umbrellas instead.