Packing a wide-brimmed hat isn’t very easy, so here are some of our favorite wide-brimmed hats that were designed for travel and won’t get crushed in the packing process!
Speakeasy travel scarves are infinity scarves with a secret hidden pocket for stashing valuables on the go. Look good while keeping your belongings safe!
It is basically just a large rectangle of cotton, but I’ve used it as a towel, as a picnic or beach blanket, scarf against the cold, shawl against the sun (or to go into churches), blanket on long coach journeys, dress or skirt when I’ve been swimming. Oh, and folded up to make a pillow.
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.
You can dress it up or down. It keeps you warm, and it can help keep you cool. Sarah Clarke shares why her circle scarf is the one little thing she just can’t travel without!
Buff. You’ve probably seen this headband on Survivor. While it’s usually used in more extreme adventure scenarios, it’s benefited me most as a headband.
Beverley Rienemann took the time to tell us about the one little thing she just can’t travel without: her scarf! Read on to find out just why this little piece of travel gear is so important to her.
Few items are as versatile and functional for the female traveler as the sarong. Heather shares some of the fun and stylish uses a sarong offers the female on the road.
There are certain little things people can’t leave off their packing list. Erica explains all the reasons she loves to travel with a trusty bandana.