Neutral Fall Travel Outfit
Good morning! I’m headed home from South Carolina today. It’s been a whirlwind trip and a ton of fun, but I’m ready to get back to my babies and fall in Pennsylvania. I’ll be sharing more about my trip next week, but today I’m sharing the details on this fall travel outfit.
I’ve actually posted a similar outfit before, but I like this neutral variation. The nice thing about wearing so many neutrals is, they all mix and match with other items in my suitcase, so I can (theoretically) pack less and have a nice variety of outfits to wear at my destination. I still always over-pack, but it’s good to have options, yes??
I was tempted to order a new cardigan for this post since I’ve already featured this one a couple of times, but this waffle knit cardigan is still available in all sizes and most of us do wear the same clothes over and over, after all.
We snapped these photos before I left for the airport on Monday morning.
My draped waffle-knit cardigan is one of my favorite wardrobe pieces. It’s so great for throwing on whenever I’m chilly and it goes with practically everything. I always wear it for travel because it’s comfortable and stows easily when I don’t need it. I like that it’s a cotton knit as opposed to a sweater. I also have one in black. This is the Swan, and I’m wearing the Medium.
This Topshop camisole ($30!) is such a great base layer, and it comes in a ton of colors.
Unfortunately, my luggage set is being discontinued. I’m bummed because I’d hoped to get a carry-on size to match. I have two of this 24″ size and one large 28″ one, and I absolutely love this luggage. It’s attractive and so well made, and it’s a little different from anything else on the conveyor belt at baggage claim, so it’s easy to spot.
It’s a Delsey Chatelet Spinner Trolley, and there are some other colors available. Mine is black, but the chocolate is really pretty. I’d be too afraid to get white because it would get marked up so easily, although it’s gorgeous.
The Always On Regan Tote worked out beautifully for my carryon. My laptop fits perfectly in the padded pocket, and the main compartment is nice and roomy for all of my usual purse stuff as well as my iPad and charging cables.
I love that I can quickly slip my large smartphone in the outside pocket (the one on the back is open; no zipper) when I need to stow it quickly. When I want it to be more secure, there are two pockets inside the bag that are large enough to accommodate it as well. It zips up so nothing falls out when it’s stowed under the airplane seat in front of me or going through security.
Finally, my Sam Edelman Felicia Flats are my go-to travel shoe. I wear them every time I fly because they’re so comfortable and they go with everything. I almost wore my leopard ones with this, and they looked cute, but I also like how the nude flats bookend this outfit with the neutral tones on top.
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