Friday, 24 May 2013

Holiday Wardrobe: the essentials

Thanks to the great British weather, most of our wardrobes are filled with winter coats and woolly scarves. Well, now the summer sunshine is finally making an appearance, hopefully the Antarctic look will become a thing of the past! At last, you can search the best home shopping choices and find the perfect items to spruce up your summer look. Heading abroad in 2013? Then make sure your wardrobe is well prepared. From clothes for the airplane to evenings out, here’s a roundup of what you’ll need to pack this summer. 
Us Brits are known for our tendency to over-pack, so try to be selective in your choice of clothing. For day to day activities you’ll no doubt be on your feet a lot of the time, enjoying typical touristy treats, so be sure that your clothes fit the part. Check out home shopping UK and stock up on the basics you’ll need during your trip. Going someplace sunny? Then take enough cotton tees to last you through the holiday. Coupled with some stylish cropped trousers and a comfortable pair of sandals, you’ll be more than ready for the day’s events. 
There are no two ways about it; evenings are always somewhat glamorous. Forget about shorts and vest tops. Evenings abroad are designed for you to enjoy life’s little luxuries. So dress to impress! It doesn’t have to take a huge amount of effort. Something as simple as a floral print midi is both tasteful and elegant; minimum effort for maximum results! Or alternatively, if the evenings are a little cooler, then you could always combine a smart pair of linen trousers with a pretty sleeveless blouse. But remember, when you do go abroad, don’t forget to take a pair of heels. Whether these are court shoes or wedges, adding a little extra height instantly makes an outfit look dressier. 
Amidst all your packing plans, don’t forget to pack comfortable clothes for the journey home. No matter how long your flight is, the time will pass very slowly if your outfit’s too restricting, so remember to take a more casual combination for the times when you’re not in holiday-mode. Just a comfy pair of joggers and a hoody will work perfectly, whilst also providing something to relax in during the evening.  And even if you‘re thinking of just wearing the same clothes you wore on the way there, we still recommend that you take an extra, more comfortable choice of outfit; it’s better being safe than sorry! 

1 comment:

  1. I always end up dressing in leggings and a dress which has a loose or stretchy waist (nothing fitted) for travelling. It's always so comfy, but still looks presentable enough for wandering around the airpost xx


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