3 Bloggers x 3 Ways // Airplane Style

Travel Style 3 Ways

Marion of Marionberry Style // Tara of Mix & Match Fashion // myself

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jacket ZARA {simlar from Milly} // striped tee CAbi {similar from GAP}// scarf GIFT from MOM // necklace NASHELLE  // watch CARAVELLE BY BULOVA c/o //  jeans LOFT {now 50% off} // flats TIEKS c/o // bag LV NEVERFULL // sunglasses RAY-BAN // luggage HEYS via Last Call

Photography by Mr. S

Happy Wednesday Y’all!  I’m so excited to be teaming up with Marion of Marionberry Style (we finally met at Alt Summit and she is FABULOUS) and Tara of Mix & Match Fashion (I’ve been a long time fan of hers!) for… AIRPLANE STYLE!  Isn’t it hilarious that we all wore scarves?  Promise we didn’t tell each other.  GREAT MINDS, right?!  Make sure you hop over to their blogs to get the deets on their outfits!

Summer is a busy time for travel and holiday.  Since June, I’ve already been to Salt Lake City for Alt Summit and New York for my cousin’s wedding.  So I’m sharing some travel tips to help you travel in style!

  • Wear Layers // My foundation are the striped tee and jeans.  I always bring a scarf and jacket because the temperatures in the airplane fluctuate so much.  It’s easy to start layering as the temps decrease.  BTW, stripes + florals = always a good thing!
  • Minimal Jewelry // I feel naked without accessories, but “easy does it” at the airport.  This way, you don’t have to worry about the metal detectors/scanners.  To be “minimal” for me, I’m wearing a name necklace from Nashelle given to me by my sweet cousin – it has the little guy’s name on it.  When I’m flying solo, I don’t always abide by this minimal rule.  With the baby, FOR SURE!
  • Choose shoes that slip on and off // You don’t want to worry about buckles, laces, or ANYTHING when flying with baby in tow.  These foldable flats are SUPER COMFY and a perfect for a walking/running to different terminal.
  • Keep the time // Most of us have a smart phone, but it’s usually stowed away in your bag somewhere.  Having a watch handy will keep you from missing connections.  Don’t forget to adjust in different time zones!
  • Small Carry-on // This HEYS carry-on is perfect because of the hard shell and bright pattern.  Since it isn’t expandable, I ALWAYS know that it fits as a carry-on.  If I do have to check it at the gate, I can spot my luggage a MILE AWAY because of the bright colors/patterns.

Do you have any other travel style tips?!!  I’d LOVE to hear it peoples!


13 thoughts on “3 Bloggers x 3 Ways // Airplane Style

    1. Hello Miss Pippi!! Isn’t Marion the BEST!!! We started blogging around the same time so I feel like we are “old friends”!! Thank you for taking the time to stop by!

    1. Thank you Nicole!! And I didn’t mention that, but that is EXACTLY what I do to fit everything on that carry-on!! Thanks for adding that tip! :)

    1. Thank you Rachel!! And yes to the blazer/jacket. Sometimes I have a hard time finding one that goes with all of the clothes that I packed for the trip.

  1. Love how you’ve all went with scarves – but they are the BEST thing you can travel with IMHO! A nice big one can be a pillow, or a neck support, or a blanket or a shawl…I never travel without one stashed away in my bag, if I’m not wearing one :)

    Also, love the print mixing with your scarf and the striped tee – I really like that combination, have been wearing it a lot myself! :)
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