Hi everyone, if you follow me on Instagram then you know that I just traveled to Palm Beach yesterday so I’m actually writing this post in our room at the Brazilian Court Hotel. I know you all love following along with my trips, but I notice that you especially love seeing my summer travel style outfits so I thought I would start sharing more of them on the blog. I like to keep my travel outfits casual and comfortable so I always stick to jeans, basic tees, sneakers and a jacket because it always gets cold on the plane. Also, I like to go for jackets with pockets so I can keep my ID and ticket in a convenient spot during check-in and security. It’s always so annoying to have to unzip my bags to pull it out.
Today, I partnered with Sole Society to show you how I styled their new taupe Rocco slip-ons and my latest Pineapple printed carry-on bag for tropical summer vacations. Speaking of the carry-on bag, I mean…can it get any cuter than metallic pineapples! Yea, I didn’t think so!
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Outfit: Rocco Flats & Tulum Weekender Bag c/o Sole Society | AG Ankle Legging Jeans (also available here & here) —wearing sz 25 | Grey Tee —wearing sz XS | Camo Jacket —wearing sz XS | Carry-on Spinner (similar here) | Prada Handbag
About the jeans: These AG Ankle Legging Jeans are hands down my favorite travel pants and everyday jeans because they’re so comfortable while still very flattering. I actually love them so much that I own four pairs because they’re really that good! When it comes to sizing, they have a lot of stretch so you can definitely afford to size down. For example, I normally wear a size 26 in jeans and I took a 25 in these. Also, I cut mine to give them a raw hem and then taper them for a nice tight fit around the ankle.
Photos by: Michelle Preau
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