3 Travel Outfits That Don’t Look Like Pajamas

Your last-minute packing list, right this way.

By: Noah Lehava

Hi There,

Thanks for reading this. We’ll be OOO for the holidays, traveling to our respective homes (and to warmer climates for some much needed R&R), until 2017. But don’t fret—we have a ton of reading material on deck should you need to get away from your relatives or have binge-watched Netflix ad nauseum (so check back often!). But before we sign off for the rest of the year, here’s what we’re wearing on our holiday vacation.

Best,
Coveteur

 


 

Where the snow is taller than your thigh-highs

You don’t consider it the holidays unless you’re buried in the white stuff, right? Stay warm with a pillowy bomber and boots that were made for trudging through snow.


 

Some exotic tropical island

Congrats, you’ve successfully escaped the torturous cold weather for the sweet smell of sunscreen and mojitos. We’re officially jealous. You’ll need (er, want) a new swimsuit in a tropics-appropriate print to sit ocean-side, and a straw tote to carry your book and, well, that’s it. Leather slides are perfect for taking you from a day in the sand to an open air dinner.


 

Not quite sweater-weather; not quite bikini season

But anything is better than being in sub zero temps. Expose your gams in shin-grazing skirts and shoulder exposing tops for the ultimate confusing weather outfits.

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