Wondering what to wear in different parts of the work without looking like a dork abroad? You’ve come to the right place!
I’m here to help you find clothes to wear travelling so you can be comfortable in functional, weatherproof, culturally-appropriate stuff and look great at the same time – it’s possible, and you don’t even have to spend it up at a camping and hiking store. Win!
While many may think packing for a trip to Japan is straightforward, the weather during the summer can be swelteringly-hot, and on top of that, summer is also the rainy season, so pre-planning what to wear in Japan will make a huge difference to your holiday.
When I planned my trip to Iran, I was nervous – it would be my first solo trip to a country in that region and I had no idea what to expect. But instead of focusing on my itinerary or the news, I occupied myself with practical preparation – what was I going to wear?
in Australia, we just don’t do stuff like dress for the cold, install heating in every room, or wear lined boots, wind-breakers, and coats that actually keep you warm. To me, anything below 12-degrees Celsius is like an arctic-blast to the face.