We’re packing up and heading out! This summer has been rough for us. The temperatures in Florida are insane and the kids are still little — and wild — so it’s still hard to do much. So we’re on our way to Indiana to see my family and escape our everyday non-routine routine.
Aqua tunic: Marshalls | Lace tank: Forever 21 | Gray T-shirt: Target | Hat: Target | Green shorts: Target | Ankle jeans: Forever 21 | Cover up: Marshalls | Swim suit: Marshalls | Flutter sleeve dress: Old Navy | Coin necklace: World Market | Sunglasses: Dollar Tree
Two confessions: 1) I packed more than this. A lot more than this. We’re gone for longer than normal and I got my own bag this time, so I filled it. Not proud, but I did. 2) I did not pack the hat. I wanted to, but was afraid it would get squished. It will have to be for road trips and the beach.
And now a few travel tips:
One way to save money is to take empty water bottles and fill them up at the water fountain after you pass security.
Another travel tip is to keep the plastic bags sheets come in and use them to pack. They’re sturdy and keep things organized, yet still visible. I love them too much.
And we’re off! Wish me luck traveling with three, five and under. I’m cringing a little just thinking about it.
6 thoughts on “Summer trip wardrobe capsule: Aqua”
Hope you did ok traveling with 3 kids! Allowing lots of time and being patient yourself are key! We just road-tripped with our 3 kids (ages 5, 3, and almost 1 year) “8 hours.” It takes 12! By the time we get home we are all ready to be done traveling!
Hi Hannah, my Indiana pal! I can’t imagine that many hours in a car with all the littles. I hope you had a wonderful trip. We made it with no real issues. Little miss didn’t want to hold still, but that’s nothing new for a one year old — as you know! Good to hear from you. xo
Great tip on the plastic sheets bag! And I love a good capsule wardrobe for traveling. On my recent vacation I did black, white and pink.
That’s a fun color combo, Anne! Making a mental note ;)
Love the idea of using sheet bag! I always hated the idea of throwing away those bags because they are so sturdy.
Yes! Savannah, I was convinced I was the only one who didn’t want to part with sheet bags! xoxo