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Traveling in style: Outfits to wear en route



Getting ready for that long road trip with the family? It’s no fun being cramped in the car for hours and hours, but you can make it a little better by dressing cute and comfortably for your journey. If you’re looking good in what you’re wearing, you’re feeling good, too! Here are some outfit ideas for those long days of planes, trains and automobiles.



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    Black & White Chic

    Instead of wearing boring black leggings, try a pattern or print. Stripes are simple yet fun and you can pair black and white with just about any color. An oversized tee is a great choice if you will be sitting for a while because it’s not tight and constricting. Throw on some moccasins that are perfect to slip on and off. Psst: By wearing a big scarf, you have a portable pillow or blanket.


    Globetrotter Elephant Earrings, $5,

    Minnetonka Kilty Moccasin, $43,

    Oversized Top, $10,

    Louisa Monochrome Basic Striped Leggings, $16,

    Infinity Scarf, $42, 

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    Athletic Aesthetic

    If you prefer to lounge in workout wear, try putting together a cute and cohesive athletic outfit. Matching accent colors in each piece brings the whole look together and can make you feel a little more polished than just throwing on an old tee and gym shorts.


    Nike Flex Trainer 3 Womens Training Shoe, $55,

    Core Running Tank, $28,

    Black Contrast Zip Up Hoodie, $21,

    Champion Double Dry Absolute Workout Capri Leggings, $36,

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    Cute & Quirky

    Family road trips are the perfect time to try out some fun and quirky pieces in your closet. Break out the clothing you may not feel comfortable wearing at school and rock it with the fam instead. Traveling is supposed to be fun, so go with the flow!


    Black Cropped Lounge Capri, $20,

    Vans Authentic Lo Pro Shoe, $45,

    Meow Whiskers Tank, $20,

    Selfie Beanie, $16,

    Vintage Inspired Round Circle Cat Eye Sunglasses, $10,

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    Cool & Casual

    If you’re not sure if it will be chilly on the plane or train, it’s always good to bring some layers. Now that it’s getting warmer out, comfortable shorts and a tee are a good choice but it’s smart to bring a sweatshirt just in case you get cold. Headbands are perfect to bring along to keep the hair out of your face, and they’re especially great if you want to nap but don’t want to lie uncomfortably on your ponytail or bun.


    Stretch Multicolored Headband Set, $18,

    Women’s Embellished Flip-Flops, $10,

    Raw Hem Sweatshirt, $17,

    Jersey Top, $11,

    Bling Yoga Shortie, $30,

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    Lax Lace

    There’s no need to dress down just because you’re traveling! Try wearing casual and cozy pieces that have fancy accents, such as lace. Match them with an airy cardigan or kimono, a funky headband to tie back your up-do and some easy flats with detailing. Jewelry never hurts, as long as it’s not bothersome during your long journey.


    Whirl Traveler Necklace, $17,

    White Palm Tree Wire Headband, $6,

    Crochet Floral Ballet Flats, $16,

    Chiffon Kimono, $14,

    Lace-Trimmed Lounge Leggings, $13,

    Floral Lace Cami, $8,

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