A Change in the Weather. . .
Having a cotton cardigan or sleeveless shell along doesn’t take up a lot of space in your suitcase, and provides you with a little peace of mind. Choose these back-up items in the basic color you choose for the majority of your outfits.
Another favorite for me is to take a large pashmina printed shawl. I use this as a blanket on the plane, and the printed material camouflages spots and spills.
For outdoor trips, this could be as simple as adding an extra t-shirt or sweat shirt for laying. Ask yourself ahead of time if you want your sweatshirt to have a hood or front pocket.
If you have to walk outside to meetings or luncheons, a small umbrella fits nicely into your briefcase or backpack.
Travel is easier with a little preparation.,
Jill Swanson, owner of Beauty Made Easy, image coach, style consultant, national speaker, and the author of Simply Beautiful Inside & Out, Simply Scarves, and Simply Closets.
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