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Monday, January 11, 2016

Best Winter Travel Outfits

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Me winter vacationing at Daytona Beach.  Post contains Amazon affiliate links.


It is very difficult to travel in the winter and feel like you still look classy. You want to make sure that you are packing light enough to make travel affordable, but you also want to make sure that you are warm. When you top that off with trying to look fashionable on top of it, winter travel can be a nightmare. Here are the tips to forming the best winter travel outfits that will keep you warm, looking nice, and save space.




Week in a Bag

When you are traveling during the winter for business, it is best if you are able to pack everything in one bag. Here is a sample of what you could pack in one bag that will have you covered for one week. Starting with the shoes, because they take up the most space, you will want to pack one and wear one. Wear slip on flats that can be easily removed at security check points, and if they are neutral in color, they will go with everything. In the bag, pack a dressy boot that will keep your feet warm and dry.




With your clothes, go with a black blazer that can be worn with several of your outfits, so you can pack a variety of blouses. If you select a black blazer, you can wear it over a long tunic and dark leggings. On the other hand, it will also go well with a light colored blouse and black pencil skirt. Complete the entire outfit with a variety of different accessories, as well as a warm coat, scarf, gloves, and slouch hat.





Extreme Cold

If you are traveling to a location where the temperatures are extremely cold, you will need to have a down coat with fur lining. These coats, however, will take up a lot of space in a bag. Therefore, it is often best if you have a carryon bag specifically for your heavy coat, thermal socks, heavy gloves, and any other necessities you will need as soon as you get off the plane. This will leave you more space in your regular luggage so you will have space for the layering of clothing you will need.




In your main bag, you will want the following pieces that you can mix and match for a week’s worth of clothing. You should have two or three pairs of leggings and/or jeggings, and then two pairs of pants. When you are in a cold environment, you will want to wear thermal underwear under the leggings and pants. In addition, you will want to wear a thermal top, so all of your tops should be loose and long-sleeve. Ideal pieces include dresses, long tunics, and sweater tops. Finally, pack a scarf (or two), that can keep your neck warm while remaining stylish. 





In conclusion, your ideal winter travel outfit will include thermal undergarments, warm (but breathable) socks, top that can be layered, skinny jeans, a pair of boots, and completely accessorized with a hat, scarf, gloves, and a coat. Make sure everything you pack can be mixed and matched with the above outfit and you are set for your trip.





What is your ideal winter travel outfit?

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6 comments

  1. A big comfy sweater, leggings and booties is how I like to travel in the winter.

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    1. That's my go-to style too!

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  2. If it's not sweats and my blankie...I ain't going lol. You gotta be prepared though because you never know what the weather will be or what may happen to make you stay longer or overnight somewhere.

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    1. LMAO at sweats and blankie!


      So true! I was not prepared for the weather in Myrtle Beach and had to buy warm clothes for myself and the girls. Money wasted!

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  3. Hi Lou, when I travel in the Winter, it seems I gravitate towards warm comfy sweaters, leggings and boots. Oh, yeah and don't forget hat, scarf and gloves are a must have. I am not a fan of cold weather and I want it gone ASAP!.. Seems I become more of a hermit in the wintertime.

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    1. You sound like me Janet. That is what I wear during the winter when I travel and I don't like cold weather. I feel like warmer clothes due to it being so thick takes up more space in my suitcase.

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