|Sweater: Ted Baker (coral color here)|
Jeans: Frame denim (similar here and here)
Scarf: Hermes cashmere (here)
|sneakers: Nike (good sale of running shoes here)|
After many traveling in these years, I've learned the many advantages of bringing only a carry-on: avoiding baggage fees, not having to worry about being less encumbered by heavy bags while navigating a new place. And while other fliers are waiting at baggage claim, I'm breezing past them to hop in a cab and get on with my day. For this 9-day trip, I packed 3 pairs of pants, 3 sweaters, 3 pairs of shoes, 2 t-shirts and one coat in a carry-on. To get everything you need in a carry-on, here are some tips I have earned.
1. travel kit
|Tumi travel kit - here|
I packed 3 pairs of pants for this trip: white jeans, ink color skinny and leather pants. Half of these days I wore my distressed skinny jeans. It goes with any tops or shoes. For the light weight texture, it dries easily after wash. Highly recommend FRAME denim!
3. scarf / shawl
Compared to jackets, scarves are mush easier to be packed! I had Gucci and Hermes shawls with me this trip. They are light and small enough to be put in my purse, but good enough to keep me warm after sunset!
Always have a pair of sneakers packed, for gym and touring! To stay fit during vacation (relaxed, more sleep, more food...), I did one hour workout in most of days. Also need sneakers when I have to chase my energetic son in a park. Actually after walking in the city for several days, no shoes could be as comfy as sneakers :-).
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