What happens when a West Coast girl and an East Coast girl get together? They talk travel tips, of course! The lovely Nikki Boyer host of Yahoo!'s Daytime in No Time came to NYC to do the Wendy Williams show among other things, and she came by our wardrobe closet to give us her tips for traveling in style before she headed back to the sunshine. Take some cues from Nikki on your next getaway to remain fashionably fabulous from the plane to the pool!
Nikki's a firm believer in not having to sacrifice looking good just because
you’re in transport – and we totally agree, hence our entire mission here at
The Thread. (Being fashionable is a lifestyle, no matter the situation).
Take a look at Nikki’s three tips below and we promise, the next trip you take will
seem like smooth sailing in the style department.
1) Layer on the plane. Don’t bring anything you won’t wear on vacation. If you’re traveling to a cold-weather destination, save luggage space by wearing your heavy jacket. That thing could take up half of your storage space! If you’re jetting off to warm weather, layer up! Start with a tee, add a long sleeved top, and a sweater, and finish the look with a lightweight leather jacket and a scarf.
2) Pack a red dress. It may not seem like the standard essential, but this baby is multipurpose. Think about it: A red dress is not only timeless and glamorous, it also stands out in photos and keeps you from getting lost. It’s also great for work trips – think dinner events or last-minute plans with colleagues.
3) Roll, don’t fold. Instead of folding your clothes, roll them to avoid wrinkles. Let’s be serious, who really wants to iron on vacation?
Do you have a style travel tip to share? Post it out our Facebook page! You can find more with Nikki on Daytime in No Time. Follow her on Twitter @NikkiBoyer and "like" her on Facebook.
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