Carry On Essentials

Today we continue our previous conversation about airplane traveling. Now that you've got your perfect outfit, let's talk about the contents of your in flight satchel.

1. Moisturizing mist to help combat the dry airplane cabin. Mineral Revitalizing Mist from E.L.F. cosmetics is the perfect compact size to meet airport security guidelines.
2. A healthy snack.
3. Breath mints or gum.
4. Seamless footie socks to slip on at security checkpoints instead of going barefoot.
5. ID/Passport (where applicable)
6. Chapstick. Philosophy's Kiss of Hope is a great option that provides both lip therapy and a hint of color.
7. ipad or tablet.
8. Antibacterial handsoap.
9. Reading material.

Of course you will need a charming bag to transport your goodies. Kaboo Bags are a great option because of the shock protection pocket for your tablet. The peek a boo chevron print doesn't hurt either.

Happy flying! 

Come Fly With Me

If your travels take you flying, a fitting wardrobe is essential. In the past few years the standard of appropriate airport attire has significantly lowered, to the extent that sweatsuits, furry boots, and day old top knots now grace many a terminal. It is essential to be comfortable when traveling, but fashion faux pa need not be thrown out the window (or aisle). Enter several becoming ensembles for aviation travel, sans "Juicy" tracksuits. 


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1. Cool airplane cabins create unpredictable temperatures, but you will be prepared with a blazer, and what better way to incorporate the piping hot menswear trend!
2. A printed blouse and bauble necklace keep your ensemble fresh and fashion forward.
3. One of the many problems with wearing loungewear on a red eye flight is while you may leave Phoenix at 11:50 p.m, the trickery of time difference means you arrive in the heart of New York City during morning rush hour in your ducky pajamas. The solution? Skinny jeans that feel like pajamas!
4. A pashmina wrap is a versatile option that can be used as outerwear, or an alternative to in-flight pillows and blankets.
5. Comfortable and colorful flats will take you from airport security to lunch in Park City.
6. To top off your look, a roomy tote for all your carry on essentials.


For a smart casual look, try a wrap jacket with leopard flats.
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Some 'Wear' Beyond the Sea

My hope is that each of you get to escape sometime this summer. If your vacation takes you to the seashore, you will want a wardrobe to cover all your bases: beach, dinner, and strolling the boardwalk, all while embracing the notorious ease of the coastline. Packing can be a daunting task, and I'm here to help eliminate the headache so you can focus your energy on the relaxation ahead! 



Swimsuit and coverup- If you find yourself at the beach every day you will want two swimsuits. This will come in handy when one is sandy, or hasn't quite dried out from the previous day. You can wear the same coverup every day.

Mix and match tops- Keep in mind that the first day of travel counts as an additional outfit. Four tops should be plenty, especially considering that on the days you spend all day at the beach, your ensamble will only be on display for a couple of hours in the evening.

Jeans and skirts- You don't need colored jeans, but they add a pop of color, and sure are fun!  Skirts are a great option for warm days and can be paired with a cardigan to take your get-up from day to night.

Sweaters- With the unpredictable coastal weather, you will want to be prepared for it all, and sweaters are the ideal, lightweight option.

Shoes- Flip flops, dressy sandals, and ballerina flats are all you need from the beach to a late-night movie.


Now that we know what to pack, let's watch it all come together with these tips to convey effortless style with minimal wardrobe pieces.


Learn to love mixing and matching. These days, anything goes, so you should be able to get multiple uses out of the same pieces. Try a floral printed top paired with a structured skirt, and for a casual feel, trade the skirt for colored jeans.

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Take advantage of the cool coastal weather and layer. Layering is a great way to add panache to any ensemble and usually has to wait for the winter months. Sunny days and crisp nights allow the lucky chance to practice this timeless look. For this look, I traded one of my sweaters for a fitted blazer.
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Accessorize! Changing up a necklace or belt can change the entire attitude of an outfit. This allows you to re-wear a piece of clothing with a completely different look. Accessories are also great for trips because they don't take up much packing space, yet have a big impact on your overall appearance. 
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Happy vacation!