We may be on a mission to travel but we don't want to sacrifice looking good while doing it! Here are tips on what to wear for a given trip to what some of our favorite fashionistas pack when they travel.
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.
A lot of you asked about what I packed for France so I wanted to give you my tips. I tend to dress differently in France than I do here in Los Angeles—more monochromatic and minimal with a bit of edge—as in more Charlotte Gainsbourg, less Kardashian and my packing reflects that.
Packing for Thailand was a challenge—I wanted bright colors to match the country’s vibrancy but light materials to handle the humid heat. At the end of the day, I stuck to a slightly conservative look and it worked perfectly. Here's what I packed:
There is a part of us that wishes we were born in New England. That we'd have a summer house, somewhere like Cape Cod. And we could throw lobster and clambakes on the regular. If you happen to be so lucky to be heading to the Cape this summer, you’ll likely be invited to such a party – be it at a classic place like Chatham Bars Inn or 100% DIY. If that’s the case you can color us jealous, but, of course, we’ll still help you plan what to wear.
Our girl, Meg Biram, packs like a pro. She stays true to her minimalist style but give is a bit more of an edge or elegance depending on where she's going. Recently, she headed to Rwanda, heading from Kigali to Masoro and Volcanoes National Park, and we got the scoop on what she packed.
Can you hear that? It's the sound of music lovers filling their Spotify playlists in anticipation of festival season. Now it's all about what to wear! Our trick to aceing festival dressing is being festive without being costumey.
When it comes to travel, packing separates the women from the gals. There are those who look as stylish on the road as they do at home and those ladies? They give us major style envy. So, we're asking them to give us a look inside their luggage to see what they take where. And we're starting with the Mari (aka Nomadic Habit).