When I travel, I tend to find myself struggling in an internal battle. Do I pack outfits that show a lot of style, or do I opt for comfort and versatility? Turns out, when we went to the Midwest, I decided to pack on the comfortable and versatile side of things.
Jeans and tee shirts are not usually my go-to options, but when you are walking around the city for a few miles, comfort is key. I did decide to jazz things up by wearing a top with a bold print and a strong shoulder though! And, of course, my snake print Shelly flats (which are STILL amazing, by the way…go buy a pair right now…don’t delay!).
You’ve got to add a roomy carry-all bag (in my opinion), and this Urban Expressions handbag has been one of my favorite pieces as of late. The vegan leather material is lightweight, soft, and still has a leather-like look without appearing plastic. The gray color was a no-brainer since it pairs with pretty much every color in your wardrobe. I only brought ONE handbag with me for our week trip to the Midwest. ONE BAG. Does that blow your mind just a little bit? It does for me at least.
Stripe 3/4 sleeve tee: purchased at T.J. Maxx (similar at ModCloth) // Boyfriend jeans: Banana Republic (similar at Ann Taylor LOFT) // Sunglasses: Ray Ban New Wayfarer // Handbag: Urban Expressions Ditsy Hobo // Snake print flats: Gianni Bini Shelly
What types of clothing do you wear when you’re traveling? Do you go for versatile, or for unique?
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