As the holiday season peaks, millions of people worldwide are gearing up for their winter vacations. Whether heading to the mountains with your best friends or your grandparent’s home for family-filled fun, packing the appropriate outfits is a must. You should feel like a million bucks while still staying warm and cozy because that’s what personal style is all about.
If you’re looking at your empty luggage across the room, you no longer need to procrastinate. We’re here to help you pack while you head on your much-needed vacation. Here are a few winter outfits to keep you warm while traveling but will still have you slaying in the airport or at travel stops.
Cozy Shoes Are a Must
When traveling this year, you should go for an Instagram-worthy aesthetic. Finding the balance between being fashionable and cozy is key. You don’t want to wear your most expensive and glamorous shoes to an airport or while sitting in a car for a few hours. Instead, finding a simple pair of sneakers or a mule slipper is a great choice for traveling in style while prioritizing your comfort.
Insulated Pants Are Essential
If you’re traveling to a city known for freezing temperatures, your regular skinny jeans won’t keep you warm. There’s the option of layering leggings or tights underneath your pants, but to keep things simple, why not try insulated pants? This is a great choice for those visiting a windy city or somewhere with mild snowfall. There are different insulated pants for activewear, casual wear, or heavy-duty wear.
Variation of Tops for Layering
When traveling to a colder environment, layering is key to keeping warm. You can layer your long and short sleeve tops, layer a tee over a turtleneck, or push the envelope and wear a crop top with a heavy-duty coat. The world is your oyster! However, the most important element of layering is to ensure that there’s proportion and cohesiveness.
Outerwear Fit for the Environment
Traveling to a different city and environment can be tricky, especially if you’ve never been there. Understanding their climate and how much it fluctuates is something you can’t get from looking at the weather app. It would be best to pack a jacket for any weather condition: a light jacket for semi-warmer days, a heavy jacket for snowy days, and a rain jacket for rainy days.
We hope that our tips for creating winter outfits will keep you warm while traveling this month. It’s so easy to get overwhelmed about packing the right things and ensuring that your travel outfit is on par. For more advice and tips, check out our other blogs!
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