DSD Has You Covered for Spring Break!

Feb 26

DSD Has You Covered for Spring Break!

by: arichardson

The countdown has begun for college students all over the country. Everyone is ready to break out of those shoebox dorms (all filled with DSD's customized dorm decor and bedding, of course) and get straight to the beach. With Spring Break just around the corner, we at DSD know you're well on your way to finalizing beach plans. We've got some tips and favorites for you to drag along on your Spring Break expedition! Check out our Pinterest board for ALL our ideas, tips, and tricks!

You've got to have a killer playlist for the ride and every day of the beach Olympics! Here are our favorite timeless classics and hits to get you started:
Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd
Livin' on a Prayer - Bon Jovi
Timber - Pitbull & Ke$ha
Roar - Katy Perry
Wop - J. Dash
Radioactive - Imagine Dragons
Life is a Highway - Rascal Flatts
Good Time - Alan Jackson
Young, Wild, & Free - Wiz Khalifa & Snoop Dogg
Ho Hey - The Lumineers
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Pack Up
Of course, you can't forget the essentials. Here are the top ten things to remember. For the whole packing list, check out our Pinterest page.
A great pair of sunglasses - not just stylish, make sure they WORK!
Your cutest swimsuit
A fluffy beach towel and beach tote
A good pair of shorts for every day 
Your best knit dress for evening - comfy, stylish, and easy to keep unwrinkled
Comfy PJ pants - they also work well for that 4am trip to Waffle House
Sandals and flip flops 
A jacket - it can get chilly at night!
A hat - for when the sunglasses just won't cut it
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Bring your student ID - student discounts can be found EVERYWHERE.
Save on drinks by trying local brews.
Travel on off days and at off times. Hotels and flights are much cheaper.
Buy food from the grocery store and cook instead of eating out.
Stay Safe
Travel with friends at all times. Arrive together, leave together.
Have a "safe" word or phrase to use when you become uncomfortable.
Limit drinking. Never let your drink out of your sight.
Bring insurance cards in case someone gets hurt or sick.
Prevent theft by leaving valuables at home and keeping wallets and purses out of sight at all times.