Can you believe Thanksgiving is this week? As the holidays kick off, it’s time to pack your bags and get ready to visit your nearest and dearest. Whether you are traveling across the country or venturing just a few hours from home, the key to the perfect travel outfit is the same. It’s all about the layers.
Perfect travel outfit for the holidays
A cozy sweater dress or tunic
Start off with a snugly sweater dress or tunic, which looks chic but is still comfortable enough for time spent cooped up in the car or airport.
Leggings that will let you sit for hours
Layering leggings under a dress or tunic will keep you free to move. Nothing is worse than being in a cramped spot and unable to move position because of your jeans. If you are always cold, try fleece lined leggings for an extra layer of warmth.
Shoes you can easily kick off
Whether you have to take your shoes off at airport security or need to flex your toes while in the car, shoes you can easily remove will make traveling a bit less stressful.
A coat that will help you brave the elements
If your travels take you through cold climates, be sure to pack a coat. Puffer jackets will keep you looking sporty and can double as a pillow. Or, reach for a long coat for a classic look and use it as a blanket when the road gets too long.
A bag that holds everything
Snacks. Water bottle. Tissues. Advil. You probably have a long list of things you want to keep within reach as you travel. Grab a bag that will hold everything (such as a tote, satchel, or backpack), so you don’t have to dig through suitcases in order to find what you need.
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