Lately I’ve been sharing a lot more about my real life outfits from my travels and packing lists, so today I thought I’d add another post to the What I Wore Series. Our trip to Paris wasn’t very long, but with fall in swing and winter on the horizon, I thought I’d share what I wore during my trip to Paris last winter.
With fall in full swing, I’ve been thinking a lot about travel during this transitional time and how I start to yearn for more warm and cozy comforts when I travel. I love snuggling up into a warm sweater, scarf, or blanket whether it’s on my couch at home or during a flight. Since their fewer better mantra has resonated with me so much, today I’m sharing a few of my fall travel essentials from one of my favorite brands, Cuyana.
Wearing the Cuyana Alpaca Cape around town as a cape and during my trip to Iceland as a scarf.
With all of my experience packing light and making my travel light packing lists, I think the most common item in all of them is a simple scarf. A scarf serves many functions during travel no matter what type of climate you’re in. It can be used as a scarf, a pillow, a swimsuit cover up, a blanket on a cold flight, or even a nursing cover. The possibilities really are endless! Today I’m sharing a few of my favorite ways to use a scarf, as well as some of my favorite scarves.Read More
Of all of the places we could go in the summer, you would think that somewhere warm and tropical would come to mind, right? That’s not usually the case here. Our summer travels have included places like Denmark, Iceland, and Alaska just to name a few. We usually travel from a place that is warm to somewhere that is at least 30 degrees cooler and sometimes that makes it hard to pack. Today I’m sharing some of my best travel light tips for warm to cold climate packing, starting first with what to wear for travel…Read More