Ponchos are great because they’re a socially acceptable way to walk around wrapped in a big, cozy blanket in public. Ditch the paper-thin, questionable plane blanket, and be able to move seamlessly to sightseeing once you arrive.[slideshow_deploy id=’8447′]
Slip-on sneakers are back, in sleek, modern styles with a little extra lift that are great for navigating the airport security line and exploring alike.
Those of us who’ve been waiting impatiently for flares (or anything non-skintight) to return have finally been rewarded. Wear a pair of flares or wide leg jeans on your 14 hour flight and rejoice at the lack of nerve damage.
Blazers are incredibly versatile–a great way to instantly dress up an outfit, and nearly always in style. A stint selling vintage clothing gave me an appreciation for the magic of a perfectly tailored blazer. If you’re looking for a vintage blazer, the 1950s is a great decade to narrow your search, for a classic silhouette that will pair easily with jeans.
Bucket bags are in, with silhouettes ranging from ultra-minimalist, to fringy 70s inspired. I like the casual grab and go feel, and bucket bags with longer crossbody straps are great for travel.
6. Wide Brim Felt Hat
Just because it’s cool outside doesn’t mean you can forgo sun protection! Soft felt will retain its shape even after an undignified ride in your suitcase, and if you can’t tell by now, I’m really into the 70s trends this season.
Make sure your pricey tech is protected during your travels, or just mix up your case for the season (and yes, that pizza case is already in my cart, but don’t worry, there’s plenty for everyone).