Lucky enough to be going on Holidays?
Are you a good packer?
Do you travel light or are you the type that takes everything but the kitchen sink with them - just in case?
If you are the later and want a few tips on how to pack light when you are going away for more then a few days this is the blog post for you
Once you know how it’s super easy, with a few easy care/easy wear pieces, a couple of accessories, and 3 pairs of shoes you will looking stylish for almost any situation. It’s all about making your pieces work for you, mixing and matching like a boss to give you the multiple combinations.
The key in packing light is to pack pieces that work together. In this case we have made it easy by sticking to neutrals of black,white, chambray and our neutral animal print. Adding accessories to give you even more options.
You could easily change it up slightly by adding in your favourite coloured tee to layer with or a few brighter accessories.
We have pulled out 7 pieces from our collection, We then mixed & matched to give you 16 different outfit combinations that will have you looking stylish and Chic for weeks on end if needed!
Our selection is all from the current range of Harlow, mixed with some fabulous footwear, however you could just as easily get the same effect by incorporating similar pieces from your existing wardrobe, and mixing up the Hot stuff skirt instead of the Hot stuff tank dress.
These combo's are just the start, we are sure that once you start looking at the differing ways that your wardrobe can work for you, you will come up with more.
At this stage your bounty when folded measures 30 cm x 30cm x 12 cm & weighs less than 2 kilos, all that’s left is to add a few little extras, a pair of runners, a pair of sandals & your favourite heels. Your underwear, PJ’s and toiletries & your set. Even if you caved and added an extra T-shirt or 2 your overnight bag would still be way below your 7 kilo plane allowance – pretty amazing hey!
These tips can also be used for making your wardrobe work harder for you when you are at home, it’s amazing how much more value we can get from each of our pieces when we use a little imagination.
Until next time