What to wear while travelling is always a bit of a tricky one as I try to squish all my clothes into a small carry-on. Travelling for me is a great chance to create lots of content for the upcoming period and a way to relax and enjoy a new place! Recently, I spent a week in Japan and I thought I would share some of my travel outfits with you all for some light packing inspiration. I brought about 7-8 items of clothing (including tops, bottoms, jackets, cardigans everything) and picked up 3 items while I was in Japan, totalling about 10 pieces.
Also, I wanted to try something new this trip. I picked up a couple Kodak Disposable Cameras that were very reminiscent of my childhood where my parents still shot in film and with lots of quick, easy disposable cameras. I am so so happy with the results and most of these shots in this blog post were disposable camera shots. I highly recommend you guys play around with them if you’re travelling and looking to capture spontaneous memories with traditional film. It was very refreshing to just take one photo rather than a million and have to go through it later at home. (Not to mention inexpensive, lightweight and carefree)
To shop the items mentioned in the video and in the post, scroll down to the bottom of the blog post. I hope you enjoy seeing some of my outfits. To give you an idea, Japan in March averaged about 20 degrees during the day and 12 degrees at night. However, Hakone was significantly cooler than Tokyo, so it all depends 🙂
It was really nice to have the Everlane Oversized Blazer (see review here) as a slightly more dressy option. I really liked the midi skirt from Lover for a bit of fun. The white ruffle top was a joy to style and made me fall in love with lacy white tops again. I wore my Everlane loafers (review here) on most days and I found them to be a fairly good travel companion.
Check out my video linked above if you would like to see the outfits in action + a sneak peak of Tokyo during Cherry Blossom season!
Comment there for content you would like to see and I’ll be back again next week with a new post!