10 Essentials for a Last Minute Getaway

October 10, 2017

10 Essentials for a Last Minute Getaway

We all love a spontaneous trip! Here are the top 10 things you should never go without, no matter how quick you have to pack.

1. Flip flops: They aren’t super fashionable, but they are easy to pack and slip on if you end up at the beach or pool. The other reason flippies made the list? Because they really come in handy if you end up staying somewhere questionable and don’t want to enter the bathroom barefoot. Can you say shower shoes?

2. Jeans: No one likes to think about the possibility of cool weather, but let’s face it – it could
happen, especially with the erratic weather we’ve been having. Be prepared by tossing some jeans into your suitcase. Wear a hoodie while traveling for this reason.

3. A hat: Whether it’s a fedora or a fun baseball cap, be sure to toss one topper in your bag. Bad hair days are a very real problem.

4. Some comfortable shorts: Leave those too-tight denim shorts at home. Pack a pair that’s both cute and comfortable because you’ll likely want to run around in these all day.

5. A versatile dress: Dresses are so easy to just throw on and go. By packing one that can be dressed up or down – like a plain black one or a skater dress – you’ll be prepared for whatever you end up doing.

6. Some heels: You might end up going somewhere nicer when you’re on your trips. Heels are essential – you can definitely make a cute, fancy-ish outfit by combining the clothes you packed and adding a neutral pair of heels – maybe black pumps or nude cage sandals.

7. Sunglasses: Because duh.

8. A solid tee: A great black or white tee can be combined with so many other pieces. This will be a canvas for whatever look you need to create.

9. Your 8OR statement necklace: This piece will allow you to change up your look instantly. Pack on or two chunky necklaces to dress up the simplest outfit.

10. A bathing suit: You never know when you’ll end up swimming (trips to a big city often turn into pool parties at your hotel even if there’s no beach in sight.) Be prepared by throwing the one suit that looks good on you no matter what into the mix. My motto? Never travel without a swimsuit, regardless of season.