Regardless if it’s a summer or winter trip, an adventure or luxury one, or a countryside or city break, one of the best parts of travelling is the style. While some are the type to pack a week or more in advance, others can be quite spontaneous about it – either way, throwing in some of your most stylish elements is always a good idea.
There’s something about the freedom of travelling that allows us to take on a different persona when abroad; some of us become more trendy and outgoing, or others may in fact adopt a free-spirited style that looks relaxed and easy-going. Whichever you choose, embrace your holidays and get creative with your style – you never know what kind of opportunities are awaiting you. Here are some tips to keep in mind while packing:
Leather Travel Bags
First thing’s first, your travel bag is the ultimate statement when it comes to travelling in style. Airports these days are becoming trendier and trendier, as you’ll likely see a lot of designer bags on the baggage carousel. To impress, look into leather duffle bags from designers like Montblanc and you’ll be sure to not only account for convenience but also style too. A trendy leather travel bag will always attract compliments and make a great first impression at bus and train stations, airports and hotels worldwide.
The Right Clothes
Checking the weather before your trip is always a great idea. For ski and beach holidays alike, it is generally a good idea to prepare for the next ten days of the weather forecast. While style is of course of great importance, so too is comfort especially for long journeys. With sun holidays, make sure to pack the right clothes that will keep your burnt parts covered and your hot parts breezy; opt for light colours, materials like linen and a large selection of breathable shorts. With winter holidays, on the other hand, what’s important here is to bring your thermals, which will allow you to be a bit more experimental with your outer layers.
Determining what kind of shoes to bring is usually one of the most important decisions you’ll make when packing. Breaking in a new pair of hiking boots or leather loafers while away is probably not top of your list. In order to avoid this, try to make your footwear packing decisions a little less spontaneous. Men’s boater shoes, desert boots and clean sneakers never seem to go out of trend and are always a safe bet.