When you're on the go, you need to be able to adapt. That includes thinking about what you pack. My secret to a minimalist jet setting lifestyle is about layering, accessorizing, multi-purposing and having the right bags!
Layering is about making sure you've got enough warmth or coverage no matter where you are in the world, but not too much that it's bulky or heavy.
Accessorizing is all about finding the right pieces that can be worn together but also stand alone. This makes it easy to create a look that works for any occasion and is still versatile enough to mix and match with different outfits.
Look for things that are multi-purpose. For example, a scarf can be used as a shawl, a blanket or even part of an outfit! (If there's one thing I've learned from traveling around the world, it's that there's always somewhere warm—even if it's just on the plane.)
Lastly - BAGS! There will be times when want to roam around all day and want ALL THE THINGS with you....or you just want to keep it light when you're out for dinner and drinks. Your bags should be able to fit into each other so that you can efficiently pack them inside one another.
Drink Well Travel Often | Lightweight Hoodie
Wanderlush Seattle | Pullover Sweatshirt
That's What I Do, I Drink and I Travel | Long Sleeve Tunic Tee