Monday, March 4, 2013

Leaving on a Jet Plane...

In four days I will be embarking on a journey of epic proportions, at least for me anyway...I am off to Slovakia, Czech Republic and Austria to conduct field work for my dissertation, but I am going without my little man...the first time since he was born that we will be apart...scary, crazy stuff! But I won't dwell on that here...instead I'm going to share some travel advice (wanted or not)...because I have been fortunate enough to travel quite a bit in the last few years, I have developed some pretty strict travel rules, especially regarding what to wear on the plane (because let's face it people, sitting in a less-than-desirable airplane seat for an extended amount of time one needs to do what one can to be comfortable!) However there is a huge difference between staying comfy and looking ratty, that's why my go-to travel outfit of choice always consists of tights (which, when done right, can withstand endless shifting and re-positioning without making one look like a mess)...On top of that I always like to pair my tights with a lose, comfy top...that being said imagine how excited I was when I discovered the perfect jersey top from JACOB-just the right fit colour and material! Thanks JACOB  you just seem to get me! Here is a glimpse at what I will be shifting in my airplane seat in very soon...enjoy...
{JACOB Jersey Top, F21 Tights, Alexander McQueen Scarf, Vintage Necklaces and Braceletes, Marc by Marc Jacobs Bag, Vintage Boots, Suitcase from S. Korea}
 One of my favourite things I brought back form Korea, this little carry-on has been around the world and back with me...
 Travel essentials: Sunglasses, a comfy top, iPhone (for music and videos), a journal to keep track of all my appointments, passport)
...and there you have it, a little travel advice from yours truly...for more comfy, practical and fabulous clothes, check out JACOB.ca...until next time, happy Monday everyone...
Love K

1 comment:

Rebecca Jane said...

I am all for dressing for comfort for long plane rides.

Also it's pretty amazing that you're going to Europe for data collection - sounds so interesting!

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