I must say that I find a pair of flats, whether on your feet or tucked in your cary on just in case, are a must these days. In a lot of the big international airports I frequent I find that there is more and more walking involved to get to and from your gate, and after hours spent sitting, dehydrating, and getting stiff, speed walking in a pair of heels is the last thing your back and body needs. Simple ballerina flats or a bright colored slip-on sandal is the easiest way to go, if you’re not already sporting a flat fall boot that is. I will be doing a few posts in the coming month on travel tips, tricks, beauty, and health just in time for holiday travel so stay tuned! But until then it’s time to pull out anything orange this week, and get in the spirit of Halloween, my absolute favorite holiday.
Orange Double Breasted Blazer, Reiss, similar & similar // Beige and Orange Color Block Turtleneck, Reiss, similar // White Boyfriend Cropped Jeans, American Eagle Outfitters // Scarf, Joe Fresh, similar // Shades & Sandals, Aldo // Leather Tassel Fold Over Clutch, Michael Kors, similar, love this one // Lips, YSL Rouge Volupte Silky Sensual Radiant Lipstick #13 Peach Passion // Nails, Borrowed and Blue by Essie Polish
Just arrived in Palm Beach for a very quick (delightful nonetheless) trip, and had to head straight from the airport to a lunch meeting. This means that layering was absolutely essential since early morning NYC, a near 3 hr plane ride, and high noon Florida heat means 3 climate changes in one day! Scarves, sweaters, and blazers are tried and true travel fashion items that no woman should fly without. The blazer adds polish when thrown over any comfy t-shirt and jeans, and even hides an occasional wrinkled or stained blouse, because we all know both have happened to us all. A soft sweater is always necessary of course, even in the summer those AC vents can get cranking to arctic levels, and the scarf is indeed the ultimate travel accessory to cover your neck, act as a blanket, shall, errr mask or even folded as a thin pillow. Of course the scarf adds a bit of color, texture, or print to your jet-setting street style, and if you are suffering from a bad hair day you can always use it as a wide headband or hair accessory to hide the hair hazard.
You can shop some of my favorite fall time resort approved, and orange laced items, inspired by today’s look, bellow…