Can we get a 'yes' when we say that planning trips may be exciting, but it can also be a pain in the neck? Sure, there's the idea that you have something to look forward to, but getting too caught up with tons of prepping can be stressful, especially when it comes to getting those Instagrammable OOTDs on point.
So just in time for summer, we're giving you our best tips on how to travel in style.
Look up the local fashion scene
Travelling, especially to countries that let you experience a whole other culture, is the best starting point when it comes to planning your #WanderlustOOTDs. From Parisian to Harajuku Street Style, take some inspo from their local fashion scene and give it your own twist.
Keep your kicks in mind
Shoes play an important role in our lives in general, but it sure makes a significant difference to our travelling experience. Make sure you also consider comfort when it comes to selecting your trusty pairs for the trip to avoid ruining the moment with blistered feet.
Consider the weather
(Photo from: Claireaudreylim)
Now, this is a useful advice when it comes to your trip in general, but it also gives you a whole lot of reference when it comes to fashion pieces you'll go for. Summer doesn't always mean 'heat' in some parts of the world, so if you don't want to be caught in shorts during a crazily breezy season, then make sure you look up the temperature of the area you're visiting during your travel dates.
Take note of the culture
(Photo from: ElaineHeng)
As much as we always want to be fashion forward, keep in mind that cultural appropriation and respect towards the practices of the people you will encounter on your trip should be considered. And hey, we're not telling you to be too cautious to the point that you'll just opt out of fancy OOTDs overall — just remember that two important elements of travelling are immersion and embracing diversity, so even personal style has to reflect mutual cultural respect.
Ready to travel with your OOTDs? Don't forget to include these must-haves in your to-bring list!