Staying Chic While Traveling for the Holidays

Now that the holidays are officially here, it's time to start thinking about traveling to visit those relatives and friends both near and far.  The holidays are a wonderful time, but they can also be a stressful time.  What to wear while traveling should not be  something to add to your list of stressors.  When traveling, comfort is key, but it does not mean that style must be sacraficed. So many people show up to the airport in glorified pajamas, which is not OK.  It is possible to put together an outfit that is both comfortable and stylish.  My go-to travel outit consists  of a pair of ponte knit pants from the Gap (bought several years ago), a black top and pieces to layer. Luckily for all of us, snkeakers are really in right now.  You can find stylish sneakers, both the slip-on and laced variety, at a multitude of price points.   Finish the look off with sneakers and a blanket scarf.  The scarf can be worn as a wrap or traditionally and will add the texture and color that this neutral outfit needs.  

Fall is Here?

Fall in Texas has yet to arrive.  While the rest of the country sips their pumpkin spice lattes in weather that dips below 80 degrees, those of us in Texas must wait a while.  Even though the temps are not allowing me to dress in full-fledged fall attire yet, I'm still wearing pieces that make it feel like fall.  Currently, I'm obsessed with my long vest.  This vest is the best.  It creates a chic look and allows you to layer without adding warmth.  Currently, I'm topping sleeveless shirts with it.  Someday soon, I'll get to layer it on top of sweaters and shirts with actual sleeves, but for now, it's letting me feel like the cool weather is here.

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It's on sale, and is the perfect addition to your wardrobe.  I'd recommend sizing down one size.  How would you style it?