Keeping Up With Fashion Pace

Being able to put together a wardrobe that’s ideal for travelling means being able to sort out a good combination of layers, while still being fashionable. Depending on where you’re going to, you need to prepare for the sun and the cold, as well as all the times when you’ll be between different places.

For men, this might mean choosing a combination of printed t shirts, shorts, and jeans, as well as some smarter coats and jackets, while for women it can mean experimenting with layers and items that’ll keep you looking cool and stylish when on your travels. Denim Crop Moto Snake Jacket

Women should focus on keeping your outfits layered in order to deal with different weather conditions – this can mean using maxi dresses, still one of the best options for the Summer months – these can be accessorised with cardigans and shawls if the weather gets a bit colder. Popular trends for dress designs in 2016 include both monochrome and neons, as well as statement stripes. Alternatively, you can go for skater dresses, peplum dresses, and sundresses.

Capri trousers and jeggings can similarly be effective if you want to stay cool, as are linen fabrics if you want to wear breathable items during the Summer. In terms of things to avoid, overly tight jeans can be a problem when you’re travelling over long distances, as can high heeled boots. You can still experiment, though, with wedges and flats, as well as with sunglasses, sun and cowboy hats, which can be played around with to maintain a relaxed style.

Men can travel with the usual staples of a few formal shirts, and printed t shirts – long sleeved shirts can be easily adapted for the Summer – look for designs like chambray shirts as a good way to stay light and cool, while also wearing a hard wearing fabric. Printed cotton shirts and polo shirts are also good ideas if you want to maintain a smart casual style while on the go.

In terms of current trends to adapt into your wardrobe, chinos can be an excellent idea for the weather during the Summer – as an alternative to jeans, chinos are much lighter and more comfortable, and are available in various colours, as well as in chino short combinations. Fedoras, espadrilles, and retro inspired sunglasses (think aviators) can similarly work well if you want to build a flexible look for your travels.

Men and women should remember, though, to focus on having items that can be easily adapted and customised depending on where you are – a good sweatshirt and hooded top can be a lifesaver during a long plane, car, or train ride, while a few cardigans and shawls can be essential in an emergency. Investing in a high quality pair of shoes that you’re happy to walk in all day will also make things much easier when you’re getting from point A to point B.

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