I'm preparing to go on a slightly last minute vacation and have been trying to plan out my outfits. Let's put it this way... I'm not sure what I will be doing other than that there's probably going to be a trip within a trip, so I've been kinda keeping my packing to basics.
For my traveling days, though, I decided I wanted to be as comfortable as possible without looking like a complete slob. My first flight leaves at 6 a.m. since I'll most likely be surviving on 3 or 4 hours of sleep, I'll probably be napping it out on the plane.
Here's why I chose this look:
- It's incredibly comfy. I mean, it's basically like wearing a long t-shirt or blanket.
- It involves layers. Airplanes are known to be cold, but I've also been on flights where the air wasn't working properly and it was unpleasantly warm. I'm actually traveling to a cooler climate, so the jacket will come in handy once I get there.
- It's not scrubby looking. The last time I had a super early flight I wore holey jeans, a K-State tee, and a baseball cap. (Which I think actually makes for a cute combo...) I got to my destination around lunchtime and it ended up that my friend and I immediately met up with her mom for lunch at at somewhat nice restaurant. I really hadn't planned that out and felt like a scrub... A cute scrub, but a scrub, nonetheless. Since this flight will be the same way (arrive around lunchtime), I want to be presentable for whatever the rest of the day brings. (I might add that I will probably pack some denim crops in my carry-on just in case the need for pants arises for some reason.)
After a long search, I finally found a black maxi skirt that I liked! (I had the worst time finding on that was short enough, not slinky or clingy, and that was a reasonable price.) I found this one from Target, but since my store didn't have my size in the black I ordered it online. I also broke down and bought a light wash denim jacket from Gap with a reward coupon and the teacher discount. Both items are good basics that will transition perfectly into my everyday wardrobe and my teacher wardrobe.
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What's your travel style?