Much of our time in university is spent losing sleep over study, attending class or work and participating in various extracurricular activities. Weekends and breaks are great for catching up on much needed snooze time, but are also great opportunities for catching up on activities we personally enjoy. That could mean shopping for the perfectly cozy winter sweater, scouring Pinterest for crafting inspiration or, if you’re like me, traveling and exploring new places.
With an adventurous spirit, it doesn’t matter how near or far you go. You can explore your town and drive around with friends, go to the nearest big city or even plan a more elaborate trip to another country.
The perfect travel outfit can be hard to put together. The balance between comfort and couture is tricky to achieve. First, consider how many hours you’ll spend sitting down and which mode of transportation you’ll utilize. This Fashionista’s outfit is perfect for a day trip with the girls.
Do what this Fashionista does and layer up. Planes, trains and cars are notorious for unreliable temperatures. A neutral long-sleeve top works perfectly on its own or under a sturdy jacket, and its hidden lacy pattern gives it that extra detail. Pants and jeans are way more comfortable for sitting long hours than a skirt, and are a step above leggings on the lazy girl scale. Finally, her adorable chunky boots are extremely fashion-forward, but the sturdy heel and structure make them great for walking around once her destination is reached.
What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “When I travel I like to look nice while still having comfort in mind. While everyone’s preferences are different, you can’t go wrong with a cute pair of colored jeggings and a soft tee.”