Hey everybody, this is Katherine from Sixty&Four, which is sort of a mixed bag of photography/lifestyle/fashion. Kerri's asked me to share a post about what to wear while traveling! Here are some links to some of my favorite items:
1. Striped Tee by Saint James for J. Crew. I recently walked into J. Crew and walked back out with three different versions of this shirt. I've got a bit of a stripe obsession as it is, but this shirt is literally everything I've ever dreamed about (yes, I have dreams about striped clothing). It's so so so comfy, too. Get one.
2. Leather Flats by Gap. 99% of my shoe collection consists of flats, and so far I've found that Gap shoes are the most comfortable and pretty affordable. My experience is that I haven't had to break em in beforehand, so they're ideal for walking around town when you're on vacation.
3. Basic Tote by Baggu. These totes by Baggu are pretty new, and they come in a bajillion different colors. If you aren't aware that totes aren't the best thing that has ever happened to you, then there's a good chance that you are off your rocker. Try telling me these totes don't look perfect. Because they are. And who needs a suitcase when you can put literally everything you own in a tote bag?!
4. Print Shorts by Uniqlo. These are the kind of shorts that are super comfy, and if you decided that you wanted to mix patterns and wear a striped shirt with this or something, people wouldn't look at like you like you were too crazy. Maybe. Probably. Don't take my word for it. But who cares? This are cute and comfortable, and cheap as heck.
5. Vintage Coach Purse. The bag in this particular link has already been sold, but I thought I'd include it anyway just so you'd know what to search for, whether it be on Etsy or even at a flea market. I'm pretty sure that Coach revamped this style of bag fairly recently, but why spent a hundredsomething bucks on a new one when you can find a cuter vintage version for 30 bucks? Hands-free is the way to go (unless you have one of those totes I was talking about before).
6. Leather Sandals by Everlane. Everlane is fantastic because they sell really high quality products for (sorta) dirt cheap. Granted, these sandals aren't cheap, but in this case you get what you pay for. These are the kind of sandals that look better with age.
7. Manhattan Sunglasses by Oliver Goldsmith. This is the only item on this list that is completely unfeasible to buy, unless you're rolling in cash. They're exact replicas of Audrey Hepburn's sunglasses from Breakfast at Tiffany's, but considering how in-trend Ray-Bans and cat eye sunglasses are these days, this particular pair of sunglasses would be spot-on.
I hope that maybe you've found this list helpful, or at least it helped you waste some time by internet shopping! In case you'd like to find me around the internet, here are some links:
Thanks again for having me, Kerri!