I like to mix classic, designer items with fad items that I haven’t spent a lot of money on. So I took my designer outerwear paired with my (mostly The Loft) inexpensive pieces, and I don’t think my look screamed “TOURIST” as I walked through European cities!!
I washed out t-shirts in the sink so I could re-wear them when I wanted.
|Leaving the US- Me and my carry on!|
I loved these striped T-shirts so much. I bought two- one has gold designs
on the front. I bought mine at the Loft Outlet in Santa Fe- similar here.
Please excuse the selfies, but I was on my own most days so I was the photographer.
|It was cold and rainy so I bought this great “rain or shine”|
hat made by this beautiful French woman. I love it and plan on wearing it when working
in the yard.
Action shot at a Carhartt store. Being from Texas, I’m used to seeing the classic Carhartt tan jackets on many young men who have been out working on ranches so it was unique to see a shop in a European city! They had great items when we went in to look!
1) Be sure to go on the TSA website to be certain of what you can carry on with you.
2) Be sure to remember the TSA 3-1-1 rules– this will help you with your liquids so be sure to check.
3) Make sure you take the proper hair styling tools with you. In Scotland a few years ago, my straightening iron was ruined trying to use it with only an adapter. I bought a Revlon 2 in 1 straightener and curling iron which is dual voltage from Amazon. I can’t say that it is the greatest hair styling tool that I’ve ever used, but it was great for travel. It is a curling iron and straightener all in one. All I had to do was push a button for either one.