Pack for a Fall Vacation

Pack for a Fall Vacation, 10 days in a carry on! #travellight #packinglist #carryononly

1. J.Crew Windowpane Scarf / 2. Illesteva Black Leonard Sunglasses / 3. Bailey for J.Crew Felt Hat / 4. Lomo’instant SanRemo Camera / 5. Ilia Tinted Lip Conditioner 6. Madewell Ryder Stretch-Knit Cardigan / 7. Madewell Silk Sleeveless Composer Shirt / 8. Rivet & Thread Silk Tee / 9. Madewell Anthem Long Sleeve V-Neck Tee in Stripe / 10. Madewell Northstar Pullover Sweater / 11. J.Crew Twill Military Anorak Jacket / 12. Equipment Signature Linen Shirt / 13. Madewell Moviehouse Shirtdress / 14. Phillip Plein Jeans / 15. Splended Stretch Jersey Leggings / 16. J.Crew Peyton Bag /  17. Larsson & Jennings Watch / 18. Alexander McQueen Bone Handle Umbrella / 19. Ahnu Emery Oxford / 20. Maison Margiela Peep Toe Ankle Boots

If you saw yesterday’s inspiration, you’d know that this week I’m mixing it up a bit. I know that I can’t cover every single location that has been requested, so I’m also including a seasonal packing list. This list is to help you pack for a Fall vacation. I hope it helps out, as I’m really lusting over a few of the items on it. As always I’d suggest checking the weather before your trip, and to tailor the list to suit your needs.

Don’t forget to come back tomorrow for the outfits that go with this packing list. As always, you can shop the items above or below:

8 thoughts on “Pack for a Fall Vacation

  1. Thank you so much for writing this post. I am traveling to Copenhagen, Berlin and Stockholm in 2 weeks (September 25 to be exact). I have been fretting about what to pack. I am also from Los Angeles and I fear that I will be cold when I am over there. I plan to pack an umbrella, but how “thick” and “water resistant” of a coat/jacket do I need? Any help is appreciated.

    SB

    1. Hi Sara, thanks for reading! It will really depend on the weather there. When I was there in the Summer it rained but wasn’t too much. we didn’t even use an umbrella. It looks like the temperatures won’t be too cool so I wouldn’t bother packing a really thick coat. I’d rely more on layering if you absolutely need to bundle up. We did a ton of walking which kept us pretty warm, and all the cafe’s had blankets on the chairs outside as well and heaters. Make sure you pack a thin scarf like the one I listed, they can provide a lot of warmth and serve dual duty as a blanket on the plane. 🙂

      Hope this helps!

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