We all need a break at some point in our lives. Some of us make it a point to go on a holiday once every few months to get away from the hustle and bustle of our work lives, while others, such as ‘digital nomads’ make it a primary part of their life, and work wherever their money takes them.
No matter what type of holidaymaker you are, there is one thing you cannot do without – clothes.
This article will discuss some basic options for you, depending on the place you go to, taking into consideration a few aspects such as climate, activity and personal preferences, so the next time you decide to buy that ticket to your next destination, you will be fully prepared.
Clothes to Suit the Climate
You may be someone who loves to frequent beach resorts and sandy bays, or perhaps you already live in a warm climate and choose to take a break from it and go to a much colder country to get a break from the heat. No matter what the weather will look like online when you google it, being there personally in the flesh is a whole other story.
So, whether it is a warm or cold place you are going to, what would be the best options for you to feel most comfortable?
Clothes for Warm Climate Regions
If you are considering booking a ticket to a European country such as Spain, Greece or the Canary Islands, which average temperatures of between 19 degrees Celsius and 33 degrees on a good summer’s day, click here to see which places have warm summers, it can be difficult to pack lightly but still make sure you have the best clothes for some unpredictable chilly evenings.
Items of clothing to take along with you can range from:
- Knitted sleeveless tops
- Short sleeve midi dresses
- Loose pants
- Knitted camis
- Darcy pants and tops
- Long sleeve coats and jackets
You can choose 5 of the most popular fabrics that help keep you cool when it is too hot during peak times some of which include:
- Chambray (family of cotton)
- Wool (Merino Wool)
Many people choose the former, i.e. warm climates for holidays and this means that you may have more options to choose from when it comes time to do some shopping, you can get away from wearing the least amount of clothes, to wearing something long yet airy.
The best way to look at it is, when you choose the vacation spot, look for reviews on the place from those who have visited before, and also find some sites like this one https://pampelone.com/blogs/news/the-resort-wear-mood that can give you tons of ideas on what to wear and how to wear it no matter what body shape or size you are.
Clothes for Cool Climate Regions
Then there are those clothes which you cannot do without if you are vacationing in a country with a cold climate such as:
Which usually have extreme temperatures of -10 degrees and sometimes less. You should make sure you pack the warmest clothes in your closet and if you don’t have any it is best to invest in a good piece or two. You can choose to pack anything from the below list:
- Trench Coats
- Winter Jackets
- Thermal wear
- Knitted scarfs
- Warm Beanies
- Thermal socks
- Stockings and Long tights
- Long trousers
- Tracksuits (pants and tops)
- Warm vests
These 10 materials below can help keep you warm:
- Faux fur
- Tight knits
If there is one thing you want to get right each time you travel, it is your clothes and accessories. Don’t forget the right shoes as well. If you are going with your family and children are included, you can also pack some fun and exciting games to take with you so you can play on the beach or in your hotel or resort. Always make sure you pack lightly because more often than not, you will want to buy some authentic items from the country to bring back with you home.