Traveling by plane can be a huge pain in the butt: the bags, the restrictions, the armrest hoggers. They can all add to travel-related stress, but planning your travel wear should be a no-brainer. It may be your instinct to dress up or even travel in PJs college-kid style, but for me it’s all about practicality. Well practicality and comfort.
Is there anything more itchy than airplane seats? It’s a necessity that my legs be covered, but pants aren’t always the best option when traveling to a warm locale. A maxi dress is the perfect compromise, especially when traveling to those countries that require you to wait outside before going through customs. Worried about getting cold? Make sure to layer with a jacket!
When it comes to my accesories, I come up with the items that don’t travel well. Wedges aren’t as light or flat as the rest of my sandals, and no one wants to wear a squished hat. If you’re staying at an all-inclusive resort, a purse certainly won’t be necessary. So why not have your beach bag double as a carry on bag?
Dress: Calvin Klein via Marshall’s (option, option) , Jacket: Old Navy, Shoes: Prabal Gurung for Target (similar), Hat: Kenny K. (similar), Necklace: Stella & Dot Rebel Pendant, Earrings: Target (similar), Bag: unknown (similar)