Aida On What To Pack For Mexico City

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You booked your flight, have you travel itinerary planned, and a hit list of what to do in Mexico City. Now all you need to plan? What to pack for your Mexico City trip!

ICYMI, our founder, Aida, has been spending a lot of time in Mexico in prep for the upcoming Salt & Wind Trips. Between hosting group trips to Mexican wine country and hanging in Mexico City, she's clocked in a lot of time south of the border and has learned what to pack. 

While you can do resort chic in Tulum or boho babe in the Valle De Guadalupe, Mexico City is distinct. The capital is more like New York in that jeans and a tee are the norm for most ladies (and dressing up for a nice meal or a social event is not out of the question).

Add to it that Mexico City is at high elevation (so the weather is cooler and more temperate than other tourism spots in Mexico), and well, you'll want to dress more like you're in San Francisco than San Miguel de Allende.

From what to wear to the markets to a high-end restaurant, here's our advice on what to pack for Mexico City. 

Opening photo by Kristen Kellogg

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