WHAT I WEAR ON THE GO: FIVE TRAVEL FRIENDLY OUTFITS
According to the calendar, the summer has officially ended (Well, not really. I was corrected by Sheila , when I was writing this post there was still a week of summer ahead). As happy I am that Autumn is (almost) here, I'm still not ready to let summer go. I'm looking forward to Autumn season and I'm really happy and excited about the whole #backtoschool thing. Seriously, isn't it wonderful that the school has finally started? However, at the same time, I want the summer feeling to linger. I want to keep onto those summer vibes. Do you sometimes feel like that? I plan to continue to travel locally whenever I can. If you're sorry to see summer go, remember there are always ways to keep summer with you. For example, you can try to incorporate some of your summer or vacation habits into your daily routine: go swimming at a local pool if you don't have sea near you and etc. If you saved your vacation time for now, lucky you. I honestly think this is best time to visit Croatia. Now, that the crowds are gone, you'll have those beaches all to yourself. Well, we'll have them all to ourselves because I'm staying in Croatia for the time being. I will probably blog a bit less often now that I'm working longer hours again. I'm working full time at the moment, but I also do some freelance work. If things get too busy for me to manage, I'll probably blog less often. Anyhow, let's talk travelling outfits. As the title of this post indicates, today I'll share five travel friendly outfits with you that are suitable for warm weather. All of these outfits are simple to put together. You all probably have some kind of dresses and skirts in your closet. Here are some outfit ideas featuring dresses and skirts (and one outfit that features a dress worn under a skirt). I have worn all of these outfits fairy recently. So, let's get started.
1. OUTFIT NUMBER 1: A FLORAL MAXI DRESS WORN WITH TROPICAL PRINT SANDALS AND HAND PAINTED TOTE BAG I wore this printed floral predominately white maxi dress quite a few times. You can see how I styled it in the past here, here , HERE , HERE, HERE and here. I paired it with art tropical print sandals (not an affiliated link , throwing it in because I love them not because they are sponsored in any way) and hand painted second hand (possibly vintage) tote bag. I'm very passionate about painting on clothes with textile paints. I definitely can recommend this kind of art project to anyone. If you don't have any aspirations towards arts&crafts and don't feel like DIY this kind of tote bag, you can try to buy it from somewhere. I cannot link up anything exactly the same as this bag since I painted it myself, but in redbubble shop you can buy tote bags with my art prints. I ordered one of redbubble tote bags with my prints once for a gift if you want to see what it really looks like you can check it out in this post.