The holidays are right around the corner! For many of us this means a lot of travelling, whether you're going halfway around the world to see your family, or are just finally exploring somewhere warm and exotic for your much-awaited vacation days.
It's time to say goodbye to your sloppy airport look and show up to your destinations looking fresh and neat! We’ve compiled a list of 5 tips for you on how to travel in style, while remaining comfortable and practical.
1. Flats, Flats, Flats
Chances that most of us are not like celebrities with assistants holding our bags. So sticking to flats is probably the safest strategy when you travel. With the right choices, you can look just as stylish… minus all the pain. Try wearing loafers and slip-ons so you can save some time at the security gate.
2. Layer it Up
Keep in mind that no matter where you are heading to, it's always colder on the plane. Although you can always ask for blankets, it’s good to be prepared with extra layers for your own comfort. You definitely don't want to risk catching a cold on your holiday.
3. Keep it Soft & Stretchy
A pair of jeans are great for many situations, but can feel restrictive when you need to sit for a long time. When it comes to the perfect pair of pants for travel, we search for something soft and stretchy, with a nice fit. Bonus points if it has pockets!
4. Use Bags that Fit Everything (and Keep ’em Organized)
Let’s face it. You don’t want to dig into your purse for hours looking for your lipstick. But you do want to keep everything you (over)packed for your trip in one place. That’s why we need sizable travel bags that can fit everything yet keep everything you need organized and at your fingertips.
No one wants to look (or smell) like a slob when you get off the plane and get ready to receive hugs and kisses from your loved ones. But that can happen after 12 hours of flying and overnight layovers. Instead of attempting to cover it up with heavy makeup, keep your look refreshed with these magic tools.
Now, ready to start packing up your bags? Bon Voyage!