1. J.Crew Shiny Downtown Field Jacket / 2. Stella McCartney Wool Beanie / 3. Tomas Maier Cashmere and Silk Scarf / 4. J.Crew Colorblock One-Piece / 5. J.Crew Iceberg Earrings / 6. Illesteva Sunglasses / 7. J.Crew Japanese Swing Trench / 8. J.Crew Silk Pocket Blouse / 9. J.Crew Merino Swing Sweater / 10. T by Alexander Wang Striped Top / 11. J.Crew Silk Zip Tank Top / 12. Ralph Lauren Black Label Dress / 13. Frame Denim Le Skinny Black Denim / 14. Frame Denim Le Skinny Dark Jeans / 15. Frame White Denim / 16. Cuyana Silk Maxi Dress / 17. Badgley Mischka Elope Heels / 18. New Balance ‘696’ Sneaker / 19. Sperry Authentic Original Boat Shoes / 20. Kate Spade Newbury Lane Tote
This week I’m lucky enough to share about an actual trip I’ve been on. Today I’m sharing some of my best tips for what to pack for an Alaskan Cruise. This was one of the hardest trips I’ve ever packed for and while I did not pack every single item you see here, I probably packed something similar or even overpacked. The hardest part was trying to pack for time on a boat, formal nights, and time exploring sometimes rugged terrain.
Personally, I packed a simple silk robe to sleep in, which also doubles as a pool coverup. Both silk shirts, the robe, and the shorter black dress are super quick to hand wash in the sink and hang dry. I typically wore the lighter jacket on the boat walking around the deck and the warmer jacket during excursions. It rained for most of our trip but our stop in Victoria was quiet warm and downtown was a 40 minute walk from the ship. You can shop the post below, and see the outfits after the jump.
Day 1 Embark from SF
Day 2 At Sea + Formal Night
Day 3 At Sea
Day 4 Ketchikan, Alaska
Day 5 Juneau, Alaska
Day 6 Skagway, Alaska
Day 7 Glacier Bay National Park
Day 8 At Sea
Day 9 Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Colombia, Canada
Day 10 At Sea + Formal Night
Day 11 At Sea
Day 12 Disembark to SF
Have you been to Alaska before? What would you pack?