Wear and Where?
If you’re someone who always likes to dress to impress, whether doing a spot of shopping, heading out for a bite to eat or soaking up some culture at a gallery, then it can sometimes be a little tricky to gauge what the dress code should be. But help is at hand…We’ve spent some time deciding what our perfect outfit for every occasion and first up is the art gallery, where you want to play it smart but comfy.
There’s nothing worse than getting too warm when stomping around the city’s best galleries, so layering is a must. We love this comfy APC Denim shirt, perfect to throw on with a pair of jeans and a jumper.
A cross-body bag that only has room for our essentials is a no-brainer, as you don’t want to be weighed down all day. This quirky MuaMua number is our go-to, and is totally Instagram-worthy!
And most importantly, no feet would be complete without a pair of comfy trainers. Make sure every step is taken in comfort and in style by wearing your trusty Converse.
*This post originally appeared on the Cellardoor Magazine website.
Eye Mask – Hesper Fox
So for those who have just started to read my blog I don’t know how all of you are finding me but hello and welcome! Please know that ‘The Essentials’ doesn’t run in order of importance but it runs in order of, as and when I discover things I can never travel without…
Eye masks however are incredibly important when travelling long haul. This is especially true when a fellow passenger decides to stay up to watch movies for the entire flight, or like me you can’t sleep one bit when there is the odd flight attendant walking past. As to the British Airways Business Class mask, that can be alright… The First Class option even has little cushion-type things that sit under the eyes which block out all light. Yet I was in the market for a far more luxurious mask to wear inflight, and that’s when I found Hesper Fox. How cute too?
The Hesper Fox collection even includes luxury loungewear that is perfect for your entire airplane wardrobe. It can also double as your working from home get-up, if like me comfort isn’t the only thing you look for in your at-home-only apparel.
*This post first appeared on my original illustrated fashion and travel blog.