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2 years ago5,000+ Views
Easy, No Fuss Vacation Outfits
If you travel often, you know that packing light will make your life easier, especially if you plan to lodge at different places. It's no fun carrying a heavy luggage around. To avoid the mistake of overloading your bag with clothes you should plan accordingly.
1. Research the weather. 2. Have three easy one-piece outfits and four separates outfits (1 shirt, 1 cotton tee, two bottoms) to alternate. 3. Carry a cardigan for unexpected weather changes. 4. Two shoes that goes with all your outfits.
Need some inspirations? Below are four outfits under $50.

Outfit #1: Oversized Shirt + Comfy Cutoffs

Here's one way to look cool when the weather is steaming out there. A loose fitted shirt, relaxed cutoff shorts and a trendy accessory.
Tip: You can turn any other mom's jeans to a cute pair of cut-outs for FREE! You can also switch out the bottom with a maxi skirt for a more feminine look.

Outfit #2: Midi Dress

Here's a combo you won't get tired of - cute braids and a pretty midi dress.
Tip: Don't be afraid to try out different patterns and cuts. For the evening, layer on on a cardigan or a solid-colored kimono.

Outfit #3: Floral Dress

A flirty floral dress and floppy hat may just be the perfect formula for a day out in the city.
Tip: Pair it with strappy sandals for an effortless look.

Outfit #4: Jumpsuit

Because a printed jumpsuit is always stylish.
Tip: You can elongate your legs with this silhouette. Tall ladies should go with longer length jumpsuits and petite ladies should go with short-length jumpsuits.
3 comments
I'm a big fan of dresses because they are easy to pack and are easy to change from a day look to a more fancy night look!
2 years ago·Reply
Midi dresses are great. Maxi dresses are usually too long for me unless I wear a 3-inch wedge.
2 years ago·Reply
For me, I go for anything that doesnt wrinkle!
2 years ago·Reply
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