Travelling is an exciting thing to do; it’s something one looks forward to. It is actually a dream that probably everyone has. Travelling, however, has costs too, and one of the challenging things about it is packing clothes.

In packing clothes before you travel, it is important to bring only the necessary clothes so that you wouldn’t have to carry a lot and bring excess garments in your luggage. You surely don’t want to stress yourself out with bulky bags overloaded with those clothes as you travel.

T-shirt

T shirt- Woman travel

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Let’s start with the basics. Take with you easy-to-pair t-shirts so you can just mix and match them with any other clothes anytime, anywhere and in any weather. You can also consider bringing shirts with a variety of designs and style. You can bring shirts which are printed, plain and patterned so you can have a lot of options. You may never know you’ll feel like wearing something bright or you’ll have to wear something of smart casual.

 

Jacket

Jacket - Woman travel

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Jackets may be space-consuming, but you wouldn’t lose anything by bringing just to be sure. Surely, there will be places where the temperature is low, and you’ll need to bring a jacket so you’ll regret not. They’re also stylish especially if you’re not into showing much skin. Some countries wherein you’ll be travelling may also be too sunny so wearing a jacket, although it’s hot, will also protect your skin from getting burnt and damaged.

 

 

Tube

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There may be clothes which have plunging necklines. A tube is very friendly in such circumstances especially if you’re engaging in physical activities and adventures during your travel. They can be used as inner garments for see-through tops as well. They can be worn as is also depending on the thickness of its cloth.

 

 

 

Cardigans

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You can put on cardigans for sleeveless tops or sleeveless dresses. They can also be an alternative for jackets and sweaters, without covering the front body, still showcasing your beautiful outfit’s look. Some places which you might visit like museums and historical places might not allow clothes which are too revealing or skin-showing-off, so cardigans may be used to cover yourself just in case you’re wearing a sleeveless to the place.

 

 

Sleeveless tops

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They’re ideal for warm weather and can be worn plainly or with a cardigan or a jacket. These tops can be used as inner garments too if you’re not too comfortable with wearing tubes since tubes don’t have straps and have the tendency to get dispositioned on your body. These are ideal if you’ll be sunbathing in famous beaches and resorts in your destinations. If you don’t want to wear a swimsuit, you can consider wearing sleeveless tops partnered with swim shorts.

 

As a woman, there probably are a lot of clothes you’d want to put in your travel bag. This is a common challenge for anyone, especially for women. You may need to consider a lot of factors like the weather and the activities that await you as you travel. You can’t just put in your bags clothes that seem fashionable or good for picture-taking. Always remember that what happens off-cam is much more important than what’s there seen in the online world.

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Based on personal experience, I believe that women find it harder to choose, pack and bring clothes to more than one overnight gatherings. Men’s clothes can easily be packed. If it’s this one then it’s this one, and if not, it’s not. On the other hand, women have a lot of options before they get there. It is important to bring one of every kind so as not to regret anything but to enjoy the travel.

 

Nicole

 

Nicole Ann Pore is a daytime writer for Holiday Inn Parramatta, a hotel located in Parramatta, New South Wales. For her, the beauty of this world is just breathtaking, astounding and something worth sharing. Because of the course, she took up in college, Nicole has become interested in film critiquing and filmmaking. She is into events hosting and voice over acting and hosting. | Nicole graduated Cum Laude from De La Salle University-Manila, the Philippines with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Arts. “To God be the glory”