Travel Style: What I Wore

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If you’ve been here awhile, it should comes as no surprise to you that travel is an innate part of what I deem important. I like to call it wellness travel because for me, travel is very much a part of mental and physical wellbeing.

A recent trip to Vail and Sonoma County gave me a great opportunity to bring in some new pieces into my wardrobe.

What’s great about these pieces is that I shopped them all from Amazon. That means as long as you have Amazon Prime, you can get many of these items shipped to you just in time for holiday travel.

Orolay Women’s Jacket Kids Winter Jacket

These jackets have been one of my favorite purchases this year. Plus, they have kids sizes too. You’ll be just as comfortable in this jacket in the snow or the rain. Trust me I tried.

I was five degrees and snowing in Vail versus raining and fifty something degrees in Sonoma and the jacket worked equally as well. The best part is that there are so many pockets on this jacket that you don’t even need to carry a handbag.

Wearing: Women’s Two Piece Loungewear , Shaggy Oversized Coat , Chunky Combat Boots, Hoop Earrings

What I like about this outfit is that it can go straight from the airport to dinner with no problem. These lounge sets have been selling out lately, so get your size before they run out. You may recall that I also have this lounge set in another color/print. It was so comfy and stylish, that I had to get another.

Wearing: Soft Terry Jumpsuit for a day of wine tasting.

More Jumpsuits

I just love this jumpsuit. The weather in Sonoma was pretty pleasant so later on I paired the same jumper with a shacket for a nice dinner.

A shacket is a cross between a jacket and shirt. It comes in handy when you need to wear a little something to keep warm, but you don’t want to wear something that’s too bulky.

Wearing: soft terry jumpsuit, plaid flannel shacket, knit hat

This particular shacket comes in lots of colors options too.

Wearing: Flannel Long Sleeved Shirt (ship in time for Christmas if you buy now)

Other travel items that came in handy on my trips

In particular, the packing cubes below made a HUGE difference. I was able to easily sort my clothing, pack and unpack with ease. I bought one pack for everyone in my family. Not too mention, these packing cubes help save space too!

And if you haven’t seen my video on this hardside spinner, you should check it out!

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