Hi guys, I hope you’ve all been well. I firstly want to apologise for the lack of posts over the last few weeks, starting a new job is way more stressful than I could of ever of thought. Plus going from 2 days a week to full time is a lot to handle, however I love it and I’ve met some great people yay! I am planning on doing an update post so hopefully that will be with you soon.
Today I am bringing you a tips post for getting ready for your Summer holiday. If you want to read some of my past tips posts you can read my tips post for
spring cleaning, getting summer ready and festivals. I hope you enjoy this post and let me know your top tips in the comments below.
Start shopping early
My first tip is to start the
shopping for your summer holidays, early. Going online and visiting sites like this one will help you to buy the swimwear, summer dresses, shorts and other
items you will need. Shopping early gives you the best choice, and allows you
to shop around to find the bargains.
Refresh your summer wardrobe
Do you need to freshen up your closet? If so, a skirt is a great item to add to it. When you purchase a skirt you are making a long-term investment, if you make the right selection. That is because the right skirt can be made casual or formal with a simple change of shirt and some different accessories. It also highlights exactly the features you want while concealing those you want to conceal. Take the time to select a skirt to suit the shape of your body and match most of your wardrobe. Then you can easily construct any outfit you desire using the skirt you buy later on. For the best result, also look for a skirt that is comfortable and suits your personality.
Shop for outfits
Remember to shop for outfits, rather than just individual items. This is the best way to make sure that you look good regardless of what activities you want to enjoy while you are away. I always get great inspiration from other fashion bloggers such as The Kitty Luxe as her style is on point.
Pick items that you can mix and match
It is always a good idea to buy items of clothing that are easy to mix and match. By packing tops, jeans, skirts and shorts that are interchangeable and can all be worn with each other you are giving yourself plenty of choice when it comes to putting together your holiday outfits. Taking this approach should also greatly reduce the number of
items you need to pack, which opens up the possibility for you to travel only
with hand luggage. Doing this will save you both time and money.
Always use a packing list
The best way to make sure that you are not left rushing around the shops at the last minute is to use a packing list. You can tick things off as you buy them, and cross them off as you pack each item. There are plenty of packing lists available online, which you can download and edit. Travel Checklist is a particularly good source, because it produces pack list that are tailored to the needs of all sorts of travellers.