Travelling the world will be so much more enjoyable if you know you look great during your journey. How else will you be able to truly appreciate the sight of the Pyramids of Egypt, the Eiffel Tower in Paris or the famous white sand beaches of Hawaii if you’re wearing clothes that are unsuitable for the weather? That’s why you need to take time with your travel wardrobe planning if you want to enjoy your trips to the fullest.
You may find it hard to realize that, in fact, you don’t really need to bring your cowboy hat or five-inch heels on a beach vacation, but it’s true. Travelling is all about experiencing new cultures and learning through new adventures, not about showing off your cowboy or fashionista side. That means only bringing clothes that you know are appropriate and suitable for your travel destination, for you really won’t be able to milk your holiday for all it’s worth if you’re too busy arranging your overflowing luggage or looking for a sarong or swimsuit amidst all your dresses and coats.
To get an idea of what you should bring on your next trip, go online and visit a world travels site or two that can give you an idea of the culture of the place you’re visiting, as well as some ideas on travel insurance. It’s always better to blend in with the traditions and customary getup of your destination, rather than stick out like a sore thumb. Leave some space in your luggage for the new clothes and souvenirs you will inevitably buy. Remember the basics, such as flip flops and sarongs for tropical settings and trench coats and mufflers for chilly climates. Keep in mind too that it’s always better to wear clothes that are simple and basic, such as shirts and jeans, and you can always spruce them up with funky accessories.