Summer holidays are a highlight of your year. Why not talk about summer travel style, and all the pieces I like to wear when I am on the go! To start it off, I am starting with the ‘airport look’, my go-to warm weather travel ensemble. Yes, airport looks are a reality now and let’s face it! People at the airports and everywhere who don’t know you personally judge you for what you wear and how you behave in public. Since we can’t fix the latter, let’s discuss how we travel comfortably keeping the style quotient right in place.
They say, “What’s in a name?”, well – if a city’s name is embedded in the country’s name, then no wonder that there is something worthy out there to explore. What Porto is to Portugal is what breathing is to living it seems. Because Porto still being the 2nd largest city of Portugal, holds the most of the charm, history and energetic vibe the country has to offer. So if you have a couple of stop-overs planned in Portugal, certainly Porto must feature there. If you are thinking of visiting only one city in Portugal, shall we dare say that just visit Porto and you will not regret?
My fashionistas, a quick post to share my airport style or travel look for Russia with you all here. If you have read the last post, you have already seen the look but thought it would be helpful to share the details why it is the way it is! After years of travelling to different destinations, I have managed to get my airport fashion game in place and it all depends on the length of the flight, what season it is and how I’m doing healthwise at that particular time of flying out. Those of us who are not celebrities and would be unable to carry off the Lady Gaga look even if we wanted to, but what we wear can still tell others a lot about us. The days of check-in staff upgrading smartly dressed travellers are all but over, but that is no excuse to abandon all sense of style. Worse still is the fact that our appearance and body language can also influence the judgement of airport officials at security when leaving the UK and passport control, immigration and customs on arrival especially if you happen to stand on the queue for Non-UK passport holders.