Tomorrow, after work, I’ll be escorting Willow to the airport; she’s going to be spending the next week visiting some friends in Italy. It’s funny, but she asked me to create a capsule wardrobe for her—it only had to last her the one week—so she could pack just one small bag. Even though I put together what I thought would be an ample wardrobe (20 pieces), she decided that it just wasn’t enough and won’t be travelling light…unless “light” means two medium suitcases and a carry-on.
Seems as she won’t be around for the full week—I’m green with envy—she posed as a model today after being popped into a capsule wardrobe outfit. She wanted me to create a stylish look that would be easy to travel in, though she’ll be using similar items from her own wardrobe.
I went for comfortable layers—those aircraft can get downright chilly—without a lot of jewelry to fuss with while getting through the security gate. This is pretty much what I wear when I fly, too, except I prefer flats as they’re easier, and faster, to slip in and out of at the airports that require that sort of thing.
While she’s away, Anne and I have planned a couple of low-key outings and we’re going to cling to each other until our awesome trio is in the same zip code again.
As for my look, this is what I happened to be wearing today. The extra blouse layer is mainly because this morning when I got up it was unpleasantly cool in our place; that, and it just looks awesome.
Anyway, I hope you enjoyed the looks shared above; if you missed any of the capsule wardrobe outfits leading up to this point, just click on the corresponding image(s) below.