Comfort meets style! When I travel, my most important consideration is comfort, especially on long travel days that start at 3AM. Flying from the Midwest sucks. This summer airport outfit helps me balance comfort and style when navigating airports.
Summer Airport Outfit:
Chambray shirt | Ankle jeans c/o | Sneakers | Duffel bag | Sunglasses (found off-price)
See more travel style here, here and here.
Athletic-inspired clothing continues to dominate fashion trends this year. I’m not surprised because who doesn’t love comfortable clothing that’s functional? Besides, maintaining your flair for style while rocking the athleisure trend is super easy. Here are 5 essentials already in your closet to help you nail the trend.
What I’m Wearing:
Denim jacket | Tank | Leggings c/o | Sneakers (option) | Cap (gifted)
Mac “Heroine” lipstick
5 Athleisure Essentials
1. A baseball cap.
2. A denim jacket.
4. Comfortable tees
On January 1st, I woke up feeling refreshed, renewed, and ready for Spring, but it’s still winter. Did that happen to you too? Once the new year hits, I want to shed all signs of fall and winter. Since, it’s still cold, though, here are a few things I do to infuse spring elements into my winter style.
What I’m Wearing:
Tunic (old, similar, similar) | Leggings c/0 (on sale, similar, similar) | Head wrap
Oxfords c/0 (option, option) | Mac Liptensity “Ambrosial”
1. Start wearing spring colors now. If we have to wear layers, might as well choose layers in our favorite spring hues. Bright yellow is one my favorite colors to wear in the warm weather season. This The Wrap Life head wrap made it so easy for me to add a hint of yellow to this look
2. Reach for black leggings. So far, I have survived this entire cold weather season without wearing tights. I low key dislike tights, so I have several pairs of black leggings, which can be worn as pants or under a dress or tunic.
3. Brighten up your beauty routine with spring colors. Mac Liptensity lipstick in Ambrosial is perfect for doing just that. By the way, did you get your hands on anything from Mac’s re-release of the Selena collection? I bought the Dreaming of You lipstick.
Spring flavor for your winter wardrobe:
I feel so ready to tackle this week after a relaxing staycation I’ll be sharing more about later. Today’s post highlights my weekend getaway style on travel day. I give considerable thought to what I wear when I travel because I like to feel comfortable while looking polished. Remember my airport style here, here, and here? Each look was anchored by comfy knits and light layers for adjusting to any climate. My weekend travel look relied on that same style formula.
Jacket | Tee | Jeans c/o | Duffel bag (in more colors) | Shoes (sold out, similar)
I tossed on my most comfortable pair of jeans (under $30), a white tee, a moto jacket, and flat loafers. And, just like that, I was ready for a day on the move.
By the way, I packed all of my essentials in my favorite duffel bag. I usually rock this bag as my personal item when traveling by plane (see how here). It’s such a luxe-looking bag in this dark cognac color. But, since it’s made of faux leather, it actually retails for under $70! I find this size perfect for a weekend getaway, but there is a similar larger duffel bag for those that require more room.
Location: The Marriott St. Louis Grand
One of my major goals for 2016 was to travel more. So, I’ve embraced every opportunity to do so this year. Of course, as a style enthusiast, I like to make sure that I always have the right outfit for every occasion on my trips. Naturally, that also means that I always want to have the perfect jewelry to complement those outfits. Up until this year, I thought I had an iron clad packing system. I realized, though, that packing and safely traveling with jewelry can be tricky. Here are the top 5 things that have helped me keep my jewelry safe while traveling.
1. Pack only the essentials. For me, that means taking jewelry that complements multiple outfits.
2. Pack jewelry in an organizer that keeps pieces separated and also safe from physical damage in route.
3. Pack jewelry in a carryon bag. I actually prefer to travel with carryon luggage only. During the holidays, with a larger volume of travelers, there’s an increased chance that checked luggage could be lost.
4. Once at a destination, store jewelry in a safe when not wearing it. Locking valuable pieces away gives peace of mind.
5. Before traveling, evaluate any available travel protection. Some insurance plans extend coverage to travel. Of course, it doesn’t hurt to have more. And, Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company offers worldwide jewelry protection plans that cover repair and replacement costs in the unforeseen event of theft or damage to jewelry.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.