Comfortable clothes are super important especially when you’re traveling. But it does not have to sacrifice style and being presentable in general even when you’re looking for that comfort. What are the things you need to be on the lookout for?
The climate in your destination dictates how you dress
Although you may know that you’re traveling to a tropical country, for example, you’re still going to need to know what kind of weather will greet you there. Sure you’re expecting, nice, sunny weather. But there are many instances that rain is surprisingly taking over. Note the time of year you’re going and pack accordingly. If the weather is mild, you can pack some nice flip flops instead of boots. And the opposite applies when you’re going to colder destinations. Make sure to do some research first. You can even ask around in a forum such as TripAdvisor just to be on the safe side.
Hoodies are the go-to comfy option
It’s no secrets that we all love hoodies. But they don’t always look good. The next time you’re shopping for hooded outerwear, chose one that is a zipped jacket instead of a pullover. Choosing one that is longer than your hips will also create that coat-look.
Hoodies are also great when you don’t want to be bothered on the plane. They’re amazingly multi-purpose. Simply pull it up if you don’t want to talk to the person next to you and pretend to be asleep. If you want to sleep for real but forgot your sleep mask, just pull it off in front of your eyes. And you’re all set.
Can you pull off the oversized clothes look?
Oversized sweaters or turtlenecks are super comfy. Not to mention, if you’re traveling to cold destinations, they’re going to protect you from the unforgiving cold.
However, if you can pull it off, you can get an ultimately adorable look while still looking very chic. But how to? Think of proportions. If you decide to get baggy on the top, then balance it out. Wear a legging or skinny jeans for your bottom.
Avoid wearing heels
Avoid bringing heels altogether unless you absolutely need them for certain occasions indoor. Such as business meetings. If you still want to add some inches to your heights, opt for a platform instead.
Wear shoes that you have already worn a lot of times. Your everyday shoes are your best bet. We all know that hype of wearing a certain type of shoes or sandals just to that special occasion. In this case, your travel. But they may not make the most comfortable of footwear—precisely because they are new.
Your outerwear is super important
This is especially true when you’re traveling during the colder months! Winter is time to get you into the coziest get-up possible. While it’s easy to look like puffs of marshmallow in the wrong jackets, the right outerwear can change everything. And yes, even if you’re wearing something you’d only wear at home underneath.