I don't know about you, but I take a ton of trips. Some are personal, and some are for work, but even for work, more often than not the trips are to a retreat site. That means I'm usually in casual attire, dressing for an airplane or for mountainy or dirt-filled terrain.
There are a few tried and true pieces I've come to love while traveling, and you're looking at a lot of them rolled up into this outfit.
2. Comfortable jeans. I usually wear skinny jeans, but since I scored these boyfriend jeans they're the new hotness in my wardrobe.
3. Catch-all bag. I usually go neutral and large enough to carry travel essentials, but not so large that it'd be overkill for day-to-day activities during the trip. I usually take my reversible tote (in black/cognac, but there's a cute cognac/aqua one too!) or the Lily Jade bag in these pics since it doubles as a diaper bag. You can also wear it as a crossbody or backpack (like I wore HERE) which means I can baby carry on the front and wear the diaper bag on the back to be completely hands free. The best!
4. TOMS. Fact: I hate wearing socks and avoid those little suffocating monsters whenever possible. Sadly, often on these kinds of trips I need closed toed shoes. That's where TOMS come in. If I can get away with it weather-wise I will opt for TOMS over other sneakers every time.
5. Cargo jacket. I used to always travel with a cardigan, but lately the cargo jacket has been my perfect completer piece for traveling--especially with a tiny human in tow. A cargo jacket is lightweight but durable for a certain slobbery fingered, grabby hands cutie pie, and the pockets are key for easy to grab necessities. See a bunch of options below!
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That said, I'll be breathing fresh mountain air for the next few days on another trip. See ya!
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Shoes: TOMS (exact)
Bag: c/o Lily Jade (exact)
Watch: c/o Daniel Wellington (exact)