When you’re looking to take the road less traveled by, going at it solo is your best bet. For those of you who are a little gun-shy don’t panic, we’ve got all the tips on how to travel solo, and love it, right here in this tell-all guide to traveling for one!
We travel to eat (of course!), but never at the expense of feeling and looking good. In order to (literally) have our cake and eat it too, we turn to these six road-tested tips so our vacation can be every bit as indulgent as it is beneficial!
There are those of us who are natural-born packers and those of us who get anxiety anytime we pull out a suitcase. Despite the fact I've logged over 100,000 miles in on the road the past few years, I've long been a part of the anxious group. Here are my tips for overcoming overpacking once and for all.
The ladies of Salt & Wind are headed on a Carribean cruise and we're jazzed. Stand-up paddling, umbrella-clad frozen daiquiris, and gossip mags? Bring. It. On. But, let's be honest, there's one reason more exciting than all the rest and it has to do with fashion. Girls mostly dress to impress other girls, right? With that in mind, we're going all out and, as such, here are the fashions we're packing to impress and be impressed by each other.
What we've learned: there is no better opportunity to capture Instagram-worthy images, than when you’re exploring a new city. When we travel we point our lens in the direction of the very best food, design, and landscape possible and our Spring holiday to Tokyo was no different.
We always leave a little room in our travel budget and space in our luggage so we can shop. When we’re on the road, we're always on a mission to find the unique, handmade gems that make a place special—be it textiles, tabletop, or artisanal foods. Our friends at The Little Market shared how to shop fabulously and responsibly.