Women’s sandals seem to fall into two categories: comfortable, practical and ugly or stylish with paper-thin soles. I’ve taken both travelling and have never been happy… until now.
With new improvements taking shape, Caroline gives Pop&Go Knickers a second chance. This Pop&Go Knickers review also talks about the new quick-dry versions.
We love dresses that can be worn a dozen ways. Check out Caroline’s post of the American Apparel Bandeau Dress reviews (with photos).
Tired of bras getting smashed flat in your suitcase or backpack when you travel? Jess Graff has found a solution, which she presents in this cupcase review.
Southeast Asia is known for being a hot and humid travel destination. This post touches on what bras to pack for Southeast Asia so women don’t feel too sweaty.
We’re not shy around here. Today we talk about the wonderful world of women’s travel underwear! It’s a guide to help you pick and pack the best travel undies.
Every time you see a photo of a female celebrity at the airport, she is almost always wearing a pair of leggings with a flow-y top and a pair of ankle boots. So what’s the key to looking stylish while traveling?
Riding a scooter in the rain sucks; it’s not a fun experience, especially without the proper rain coat. Most people around here wear the kind you can buy for a couple bucks at 7-11, it’s plastic, it’s bright yellow, and it’s one size “fits” all. I was tired of looking like a big yellow taxi and stumbled across the Typhoon Jacket.
Those of us in the northern hemisphere are starting to bundle up as fall turns into winter and we switch our t-shirts for jackets and sweaters. Packing cold weather clothes can be a pain because they take up so much room in your bag, but if you pick the right layers it makes the process much easier.
Before I left for my most recent European sojourn, I knew I needed a nice lightweight jacket that I could layer and that wouldn’t take up too much room in my backpack. I have North Face and Marmot fleece jackets, but I wanted something waterproof and more versatile.
Those fancy hiking/walking sandals can quite possibly be the best pair of travel shoes you buy. Kristin Repsher shares her love for the Teva Tirras in this review post.
Over the years I have started seeing my travel wardrobe as temporary “disposable clothing.” Is this technique better than buying expensive technical clothing? Read on for Kelly’s analysis.