Traveling can be a very transportal experience — literally. Regardless of where you are headed, your trip begins the second you walk out of your front door… so, why are you still wearing your beat-up sweats to the airport?
To make your adventure feel all the more special (and save space in your suitcase!), your traveling outfit should be as put-together as what you're going to be wearing on your trip.
No need to sacrifice comfort, though — there are plenty of strategically cozy pieces that are stylish, as well. Now, put down those shearling boots and step away from the velour: We've put together a mini lookbook to satisfy your traveling needs.
Cozy, comfy pants and loose V-Neck, a bomber jacket, a light scarf, RejuvaHealth’s travel-friendly knee highs, the perfect rollaway, and a classic pair of flats – this outfit has the potential to take you anywhere, while at the same time keeping the changing climates (and cultures) in mind.
A light carry on is a must, a pair of boyfriend jeans, a soft striped shirt, a lightweight jacket, converse sneakers and RejuvaHealth’s travel-friendly knee highs -- this outfit is just enough preparation for some kind of delay (knock on wood). It is comfortable yet still cute enough to wear for two days! What better than a way to show your patriotism with some stripes, converse and a (less obnoxious) red jacket?! Here are some helpful travel tips:
- Always pack the essentials in your carry on – toothbrush, change of clothes, face wipes, deodorant – you can never trust estimated time of arrivals...for you OR your luggage.
- Wear compression socks – during a long flight, your legs can get restless and achy from the poor circulation you’re getting from sitting too long (not to mention the altitude). This is an easy and preventive measure for health issues that can be sparked when flying.
- Bring some type of entertainment (I.e. a book, headphones, i-pad). The flight magazines get boring after a while – trust me.
- Choose your seat ASAP – the instant you book your flight, choose your seat. Flights are becoming more crowded now and the only thing worse than getting stuck beside a smelly person is getting stuck in between two smelly people.