September is quickly coming to an end. Boy, oh boy, has it been a whirlwind. The month kicked off with blepharoplasty surgery (eyelid surgery for the common man). I will have a full recap in a week or two, as we are also putting together a YouTube video to share my progress week by week.
Afterward, I zipped off to a plans and actions summit to take a deep dive into content for next year (Get Excited!).
Then it was off to Tybee Island for my last beach vacation (utter bliss), which brings me to today: I’m headed to Dallas, TX, to the LTK Conference. It’s been a minute since they’ve held an in-person conference. I was all set to attend in April 2020, but then we all know what happened… I’m bringing along the a-dor-able Tory Burch suit I purchased for said 2020 conference and a few new purchases. For behind-the-scenes action, follow along on my Instagram Stories.
At the end of October, Kelly and I are flying to Paris, France, for a week chock full of fun. Museums, Versaille, shopping, and we’re even taking a cooking class! Stay tuned. But with all of the recent travel, I thought I would start a travel series that kicks off with 5 Fall Travel Outfit Ideas.
Today I'm sharing how to build a travel outfit
I'm also sharing 5 Fall travel outfit ideas
Each outfit is shoppable via a text- and image-based widget
My top 10 graphic tees for Spring 2022 are at the end of the post, so don't miss them!
First I’d like to share what I would never wear in an airport. While I love to wear joggers when I travel, I never wear my gym attire. Those are the outfits I wear specifically to Pilates, riding my Peloton bike or Orange Theory.
I have religiously followed one style rule since a teen: wearing clothes appropriate for the occasion. Golf clothes for the golf course, wedding attire for a wedding, gym clothes for the gym.
I also would never wear tight clothing or anything uncomfortable to sit in when I travel. For that matter, my high heels don’t make an appearance, nor do flip-flops. Skirts or shorts or any clothes that would make me feel cold. We all know how frigid the airport temps can be.
What to do
So here’s what I do wear to an airport. Typically I wear separates so I can layer my outfit according to the temperature: a top and bottom, then add a third layer. And I even have a cute and comfy dress from Athleta that’s a dream to wear when I travel. Underneath the dress, I wear boy shorts from Wacoal.
Now let's get to 5 travel outfit ideas to see these suggestions in action.