This is a step-by-step guide for summer weekend trips, for women. Follow the steps and you’ll take out all the emotion behind packing and just get it done – fast. This is my first TWK tips video! I hope you like it!!
Also, coming next week, I’ll tell you more about my M.J. Shiebe bag featured in this video.
And hey, guys! Do you want a packing video too?
Here are the steps to follow along:
First, put your transit clothes to the side. Iâ€™ve got jeans and a tank with a sweater. This outfit is comfy and versatile. Include a small purse, youâ€™ll use for the trip. And the jewelry youâ€™ll wear all weekend. This sweater will be my go to sweater any time I need warmth all weekend.
Throw in your favorite pair of shorts and your favorite light jeans or capris. If your jeans or capris are already in your transit clothes throw in a pair of cropped leggings in case you want to work out.
Throw in your 2 favorite casual tops that can go on top of your jeans or shorts.
And throw in 1 favorite dressy top.
Pick your favorite sundress that you can wear during the day or during the night â€“ with or without your jeans or leggings.
One pair of your favorite PJâ€™s appropriate to your lodging situation. Like, be prepared in case other ppl might be seeing you in your pjâ€™s.
Pack those extras in a baggy.
4 pairs underwear
2 braâ€™s â€“ remember youâ€™ll also have your bra you are wearing in transit. Make sure to pack the right colors. You may want to include a sports bra for physical activity.
3 pairs socks â€“ Appropriate to shoes
1 bathing suit –
1 scarf/sarong –
Toiletries in a baggy â€“ Shampoo, Conditioner, body wash, face wash, face cream, makeup remover, toothbrush, toothpaste, basic makeup, brush.
Pick your two to three pairs of shoes – no more than that!
1 pair of sandals
1 pair flats
1 pair heels or tennis shoes
Put one pair with your transit clothes. The other two go in your suitcase.
Pack it all up and you are DONE!!
So easy, right??
In the Travel with Kate opening sequence, the image behind Kate eating sushi (not of Kate) is by photographer Trey Ratcliff of http://www.stuckincustoms.com/