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Rainy & Travel Styling Ideas

08.17.11
Stay dry looking cool

 

 

A faux leather jacket is a must!  Why faux?  It doesn’t absorb in as much moisture, ruin easily, or smell funky in the rain.  Find a faux leather jacket that doesn’t look so cheap and keep you dry and warm.
*shoes- topshop.com, bag- asos.com (not current), top H&M, jacket F21

 

 

Just a flashy statement bag can take any casual outfit up a notch.
For a lightweight  cover-up, add a splash of color with a cute sweater over a tee.  On super wet days, having a reliable pair of rain boots can save the day!
*Bag- H&M, rainboots- Hunter (zappos.com)

 

 

 I’m so in love with this light parka jacket.  It’s something I can dress up or down.  It makes you look super stylish and chic over anything you wear.
*H&M jacket, Dollhouse boots
Summer Travel outfits
Travel in Style
For short flights- I prefer to wear a dress where the fabric doesn’t wrinkle easily, this way I can still look fresh after a few hours on the plan. A classic style carryon bag is also a necessity. It looks chic while being very practical. Strappy sandals with a zip in back looks cute, easy to take on and off, plus comfortable!

 

 

If you want to be a bit more cover-up, having a linen blazer jacket can go handy.  Linen are suppose to look somewhat wrinkle, therefore you can get away with wearing it on longer trips.  Wear your comfy jeans or slacks and finish the look with some bold accessory and a pair of wedges.  Wedges can be a lot more comfy than flats or heels.  It support your arch and are more sturdy than heels. 
For longer trips, I like to rock out the leggings under a oversized fluid top.  To stay warm on the plane ride I opted for a stretchy cotton jacket and color printed scarf.  For a little sass, I wore some studded sandals that are easy to maneuver around the international airports.