wheels up, gang, it’s time for a new adventure. i’m heading to Florida soon, and I wanted to share a travel outfit. this is one i wore last year when i was making the trek down to Florida to appear as a guest on HSN. as i’ve been deeply inspired by the concept of slow fashion, reusability and sustainability, i’ve pulled it out of my closet for reuse this year. and let me tell you, it’s held up well.
a perfect outfit for airport travel or simply casually bumming around in your destination city, i’m pulling mostly from The Gap’s Athleta line today. it’s comfy, casual, and stylish: the essential travel combination.
i’ve got a pair of the wander slim pant that’s no longer in stock. so i’ve pulled the similar skyline. the fabric is airy and comfortable—perfect for the short commute down to Florida. the light and stretchy fabric allows me easy movement throughout the day. and it pairs wonderfully with this crisp white shirt. the looks is sharp and terrific, complimenting the with navy pants.
this reversible down coat is lightweight and warm. airplanes are cold but oftentimes i don’t want to carry on a bulky winter coat. this is the perfect solution. the color i chose is anthracite grey/birch grey, but it also comes in black/arbor olive. add a pair of comfy New Balance sneakers in a bright yellow, and i’m ready to hit the road. (and if you don’t own a pair of New Balance 574s, much like Converse’s Chuck Taylors, they never go out of style.)
i’m bringing with me two bags. the Longchamp travel bag is durable and water resistant. the zip inset expands and contracts. it also has a removable crossbody strap. it was a reader favorite last year, and i have no doubt it will be again this year. i’m also bringing with me a (similar) tote. both are easily stowable .
for behind the scenes action be certain to follow along on my Instagram Stories. it’s sure to be a fun and exciting trip. can’t wait to share more details in the coming days and months! stay tuned. and remember, if you’re looking for that perfect travel outfit, look no father than your current wardrobe and remind yourself: slow fashion, reusability and sustainability.