If you have started planning your summer vacations, it’s essential to keep in mind the kind of clothes you’d wear while traveling because that would all the difference to your outing. What you pack for the holidays is important too, but travelling right is necessary.
If you have started planning your summer vacations, it’s essential to keep in mind the kind of clothes you’d wear while traveling because that would all the difference to your outing. What you pack for the holidays is important too, but traveling right is necessary.
It has to be season-specific, comfortable, chic and photo-worthy (the last one is the most important, isn’t it?). So, here are four such essentials to wear on your vacay. Read on:
Always opt for a pair of comfortable flats either in closed-shoe type or in thong sandals, peep-toe styles. It ‘s the best way to rest your feet before a long-haul flight, trek or sight-seeing session. Don’t forget to use a generous amount of foot lotion on your feet before wearing your flats. And if you’re travelling to a cold place from a warm place, keep a pair of socks handy.
Wearing a jacket or an overcoat over your ganji/tee will make travelling a lot easier. You don’t have to constantly worry about revealing skin even when you’re lying down. It’s also a practical way of playing up your style. If you’re travelling to a cold country/city, you have the amazing option of experimenting with a number of stylish coats, jackets and cardigans. Woohoo!
Trade your regular pair of jeans for a casual-chic pair of leggings that will make travelling comfy as well as sexy. You can wear an oversized top or a knotted jacket and ganji over leggings to keep the casual vibe going. You can sport even boots with leggings, but flats will look better when travelling.
If you want to be effortlessly sexy, go for a high ponytail that falls just a tinge below the nape of your neck. Keep it simple and elegant, by spraying a long-lasting hair spray and dry shampoo. You could also use a serum to lock-in the moisture so that your hair doesn’t become frizzy or dry. Also, make sure you have a scarf handy so you can drape it on your head when getting off/on the plane/train/bus.
Remember, you have to travel smart so you can arrive at your destination looking like a million bucks. Keep all your stuff in a single bag so you don’t have run around looking for clips, pins and make-up material. Have a happy and safe journey!