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    Posted: May/16/2012 at 2:57pm
Travel Europe: women should pack a fun and flexible wardrobe
By Evelyn Hannon


Here are some guidelines to help lighten your load:

Footwear: Three pair should cover all eventualities: fashionable walking shoes, running shoes and flat, thick-soled sandals. Packing high heels is a waste of space. Think uneven cobblestones and you’ll understand why.

Lingerie, socks and nightgowns: Pack three fast-drying of each — one to wear, one to wash and one for spare. Always throw in one long-sleeve, silk undershirt to warm you up on extra cold days.

Beachwear: Again, three is the magic number: bathing suit, cover-up and flipflops.

Pants: In today’s fashion world, a smart pair of black jeans will take you almost anywhere. Add one formal pair of black trousers and three pairs of sport pants. Choose the lengths you like and consider walking shorts or basic-coloured tights. If long skirts make you feel fancy and festive, take one and leave a pair of pants behind.

Tops: This is where your creativity comes in. Choose neutral colours that complement the pants or skirts you’ve chosen. How many to take? Most travelers agree a good rule of thumb is to plan on wearing each top at least twice, while including several that will dress up an evening out. Add one crisp white shirt and save it for your last night on the town. By then, the rest of your wardrobe will feel tired, and wearing this pristine shirt will give you that extra lift.

Outerwear: A stylish all-purpose light raincoat is a wardrobe staple. Add one sweatshirt for active holidaying; a jean jacket is another consideration. Always take one basic sweater or shawl to protect against over-zealous air conditioning.

Accessories: A true travel ninja understands that scarves, belts and costume jewelry offer the ability to create many different looks and are the finishing touches to any woman’s wardrobe. Handle this category with finesse and your stress-free packing is done.

http://www.thestar.com/travel/article/1178963--travel-europe-women-should-pack-a-fun-and-flexible-wardrobe
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