Travel: Plans, outfits, and more
For all of you who have gone on spring break or still are, I am SO jealous! I have the biggest travel bug and am just itching to get away. Thankfully, we have some exciting trips planned. Tonight I am sharing my travel plans for summer and few style tips.
In May, we are going on a cruise and we can't wait! Collin turns 25 in May so it will be a good time to celebrate his birthday. We are cruising with Royal Caribbean which is the only cruise line I've ever sailed with. Collin has never been on a cruise so I am excited for him to have this experience. Our cruise leaves on a weekday so we are flying down a few days early to visit Harry Potter World at Universal Studios. We are planning to relive our honeymoon with breakfast in bed, lazy days in the sun, and snorkeling.
In July, I am headed to Disney with three great friends. It's been quite a few years since I lasted visited Disney and I actually cannot wait. One of the girls going did the Disney College Program so she has the whole trip planned which is super helpful. I think I am most excited about Epcot honestly. So let's talk outfits.
Airport outfits might be one of my favorite things to plan. I enjoy packing too, but definitely not unpacking when I get home. Here are a few things to think about when it comes to airport fashion.
- Be comfy. You're going to be on a plane and let's be honest, no seat is really all that comfortable. I always opt for leggings or joggers on the bottom, jeans are way too constricting. But, being comfy doesn't mean sweatpants. I won't lie, not a big fan of those in public.
- Wear shoes that you can take off easily. TSA is usually a pain and in most airports, you do have to take your shoes off through security. I usually opt for an easy slider or sandal in the summer. Winter is a bit more challenging, but tennis shoes are always a good option.
- Bring a jacket. The plane and airport temperature can be all over the place. Layers are best that way if you break into a sweat as your landing and feel like you're going to be sick (speaking from experience) you can easily take a something off.
Just a side note on luggage: Try to avoid a rollerboard as your carry on. Honestly it's such a pain and if your flight is full, it's possible there won't be enough overhead space. A solid duffle is a good option. I love my Herschel duffle, see more here.
Wishing you safe travels and wonderful adventures.