What are you doing for the holidays this year? I want to go to Chicago to visit my boyfriend’s family(where the temperature will be…not warm), and then returned East to spend time with me. Activities include wearing matching pajamas to see a lot of bad movies. This is what I bring…
First things first, the package stressed me out. Some people can throw away a lot of stuff in the baggage in an hour and easy to make clothing for a week. I’m not one of them. I make a list, lay everything and still worry I’ve forgotten something. Thus, over the years, I narrowed it down to the Essentials.
When it comes to travel, or from a cold climate, can the puffer is your best friend. It is there when you need it, and then the involvement does not squeeze into your bag or suitcase. (This one actually packs up into a travel pillow! Genius.) And a simple cardigan is a versatile, because it works the same as a top or layered over a dress.
At home or outside, I’m all about the cardigan, for a walk in the cold or watching a movie. Soft Teddy bear-like pattern is everywhere this season, I’m here. And because
The holidays can be stressful I’m training for a marathon, I always with black leggings and sneakers, Cold The revitalization of the morning run.
Regardless of where I’m headed, I always package items is the two trustworthy Levi, in blue and black and a few black T-shirt, wear alone or under sweaters. These items work almost everything in my wardrobe, this requires the Guess of making a costume. (Anyone who knows me can attest I wear this combination almost every day.)
During the holidays, or even a family gathering often in the future with the instruction of”festive”or”dress to impress.” So, whether I want to go to a party or just hang the tree on the side, I always put a glitter project, just in case. Sequined topper—like this jacket—is an interesting statement pieces on casual wear. (You can also like a human disco ball, and throw light all over the room.) To this end, I will also take of these pants, why not.
My dog, MIA, that packing even more anxiety-provoking than I do. The mere sight of a suitcase sends her into a tizzy, because she thought it was the signal the people are leaving. Therefore, as a precaution, she usually packs itself. (And I always take her, anyway. Along with this:)
What are you doing for the holidays? What you with a gun?
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