Project Closet: Debbie Wright Jet Setting in Style
Fashionista, Style Consultant and Author, Debbie Wright is back with more style tips for your closet, and your business! Check out her tips, then get ready to reinvent YOUR wardrobe!
It’s that time of year– the kids are getting out of school, vacations are getting underway, so if you’re lucky enough to board a plane when you travel, it’s important to look stylish, not sloppy… but you also need to be comfortable. Debbie shares some tips that manage both.
1. Fitted Blazer
Debbie always loves a fitted, tailored blazer with a simple tank top and a comfortable pair of pants– maybe the harem style pants– would be comfy but also totally stylish.
There’s a few versatile essentials every woman should pack on vacation. A t-shirt and shorts are the basics, but there’s a lot of shorts with an elastic waist band under $20, which are easy to wear and stylish with wonderful prints.
3. Maxi Skirts and Maxi Dresses
Maxis are always great because you can wear them on the beach, with a t-shirt or to dinner. And don’t forget, light, easy pieces like t-shirts, pajamas and maxis are not only comfortable, but they’re simple and light to pack, so you won’t need a super huge suitcase for them!
4. Wrinkle Spray
You can find this awesome alternative to ironing at most grocery stores. It’s not as effective as a full iron, but it’s totally portable and will work out smaller wrinkles on the go. If you need a little more power on deeper wrinkles, just spray then use a hair dryer to apply a little heat.
5. Scented Candles
Throw a few of these little tin candles in your suitcase, so when you unpack you get that pleasant smell and a little reminder of home.