My short trip to Canada last week was just an appetizer for the upcoming trip my daughter and I have been planning. Our last trip abroad was to Ireland to celebrate her college graduation so we are past due for another adventure. This time we are headed for Japan.
I only take carry-on so have begun to plan my wardrobe carefully. I find it nerve-wracking to worry about an airline losing my luggage. I also don’t want to fuss with tons of clothes while traveling.
I want to look stylish and well put together but don’t need to make any outstanding fashion statements. That means I’ll be packing non-memorable clothes that I’ll use accessories to jazz up.
I’ve reordered a fresh pair of these shoes, in black. They’re my favorite for long days on my feet. The machine washable fabric which makes them perfect for all locations but after taking them camping for several years, I think a new pair is in order for Tokyo. The fabric stretches and breathes so they always stay comfy when my feet swell during the flight.
While jeans play a large role in my casual wardrobe at home, I’m not sure they’ll be coming on this trip. With a limited wardrobe, I want lightweight comfort and versatility which jeans don’t always guarantee for me.
My Eileen Fisher stretch crepe pants will be going as will my EF ponte knit pants. I dress them up and down easily and can wear them more than one day. I hate to waste time and money to get my laundry done during a short holiday.
This promises to be an exotic experience for us and we are beyond excited. I have some fun posts planned while away and hope to share what we see and do, so stay tuned.
Do you travel with your adult children?
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