Today’s I’m going to show you how you can style eight vacation outfits and fit them all in one carry-on luggage. So, let’s begin.
First off, we all need a pair of denim shorts and a relaxed tee. They both make a great beach cover-up and casual wear for just a chill and relax day. To go all out in comfort, you must have some sandals. Opt for a style that can be dressed up and down.
Next up is a relaxed cardigan. Go for a medium weight and neutral color. Lastly is a tote. This is something I carry aside from my luggage, so it doesn’t take up extra space. And this is comfortable tourist look. The next variation is to the same tee. There are numerous looks you can come with just a t-shirt. Go for something basic or with easygoing prints, and can look good with the rest of your bottoms.
I wanted to have a few fully covered-up options, and so I packed one of my favorite leggings with me. It looks like shiny leather, but it’s lightweight, and it doesn’t take up much space in my luggage. Next are these gold wedges. Wedges are a great replacement to heels, especially if you’re walking a lot, and gold is a great accent to everything I packed. Following up is my army-green jacket, I had this jacket for years, and it’s still my go-to jacket. It’s light and can easily be layered. This jacket is something I would wear on my plane ride, so that way I could save some space in my carry-on. This overall look is great if you want to be covered from head to toe. It’s always good to have that option.
Next are these gold wedges. Wedges are a great replacement to heels, especially if you’re walking a lot, and gold is a great accent to everything I packed. Following up is an army-green jacket. It’s light and can easily be layered. This jacket is something you would wear on a plane ride. This overall look is great if you want to be covered from head to toe. It’s always good to have that option.
The third look is another cute way to style these leggings. Try to pack along a bandeau top because it doesn’t take much space, and is a great spring/summery layered piece. This alone is a complete outfit, but I like to have more options and layer it up a little bit, just in case. If I do want to cover up, I have my sweater.
A cardigan can pretty much go with anything and have it around is perfect when you’re going on a boat ride, or just a chilly night out. This outfit is suitable for a dressier type of outings. I love a pretty and flowy maxi skirt. I decided to pair mines with a simple black tank. It’s simple and takes up very little packing space. To cinch in my waistline, I’m wearing it with this tan-colored belt. The color of the belt and thickness gives a nice emphasis to the waistline, and a tan belt with gold buckles coordinates so well with almost anything. A second way to style the skirt is to turn it into a dress. This type of style is actually very popular. I like to roll in the waistband up top to make the skirt less obvious.
By doing so, you can also shorten the overall length. Now it’s time for the wedges. Not only are the wedges comfortable, they can be worn with something casual to something a little bit more dress-up. Next, with the same belt, I’m going to cinch in the waistline. All you need now is mini cross-body purse. I like to bring along a small purse and a tote. A small purse like this is easy to carry and adds a nice, posh feel to the overall look. This is such a cute and beach party look.
Next up is this whimsical floral dress. The print and color are so pretty and feminine. The neckline is a lot more daring than what I would normally wear. But for a vacation dress, and going to a warmer climate, or a beach setting, where showing extra skin isn’t a big deal, I think this dress fits right in.
If you wanted to take this dress out for a day in town, you can easily cover it up with the army-green jacket, and cross-body purse. So second mix-up is layering over a sweater. This is a nice, lightweight sweater top that has good draping to it.
This overall look is definitely whimsical and fun. The last outfit is just another way to mix up the clothes and come up with a new look. Just simply paired the sweater with the denim shorts from earlier. It’s a simple and chic nautical look.
So there you have it, guys. Eight outfits, more than you need to last you a week on vacation. There are definitely more variations that can be made with these traveling basics.