The rain jackets and scarves might not be saying summer near my home, but my summer destination is forecasted to be hot, hot, hot. This is the perfect opportunity for me to try out a Summer Travel Capsule Wardrobe.
My plan is to only take what is absolutely necessary on my vacation. I often over-pack options (shoes, pants, and jackets) when in reality we’ll live in flip-flops and sundresses. I’ll be limiting my color pallet and bringing along versatile items – mix and match with layering options.
When traveling, moving or enjoying the weather of a particular season it is important to consider what activities you’ll be participating in, what the climate will be, whether or not you’ll have access to laundry facilities and how long you’ll be away.
The basic principle of a Capsule Wardrobe is to select a fixed number of items (clothes, shoes & accessories) to wear and re-wear within a fixed period of time. The result is less stress over what to wear, fewer items to wash, and less weight to carry around in your suitcase.
If you are not familiar with the concept of capsule wardrobes I suggest you check out Courtney Carver’s Project 333. Guest vlogger for Project 333, Erin Verena, shares her best tips for a Travel Capsule Wardrobe.
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