Travelling to your holiday destination, or anywhere for that matter, can be just as exciting as the holiday itself. Honestly, the traveling and preparation side of things can be so much fun. It’s the perfect opportunity to flex the VIP lifestyle and live it up. Gone are the days where you travel in your sweats and scrape your hair off your face. It’s all about how you travel that will get everyone talking. While it might not be on the cards now, we will soon be able to get back to some normality and see the world once more. With that in mind, here are some of the ways that you can prepare and travel in style when the world allows it once again.
Preparation is key
Booking your vacation is one thing, but the preparation side of things can be a lot of fun. Especially if you love to be organised and have things in order. You could spend time printing all your travel documents, creating an itinerary, or even considering a foreign currency account to make cash withdrawals and spending easier. Preparation also means things about what you will do when you are there, so part of the fun can be the research into trips and excursions and ensuring that you truly experience the destination.
Packing is a lot of fun
Again if you are one of those people who love to be organised, then part of the holiday prep is the packing, and you can have so much fun with this. From choosing the right suitcase for you, to packing outfits by day or even using separate compartments to keep things all neat and tidy. Packing for your holiday can help build up the excitement as you start to plan and choose the clothing you want to take with you, thinking about what you might need and how you might get there. You should also take time to pack your hand luggage. Think about devices you might need, a chance of clothes if it is a long flight and things to keep you occupied. Enjoy the lead up.
Think about what you are wearing to travel in
Your holiday begins the moment you wake up on the day you travel. There is no better feeling. Gone are the days that you travel in sweatpants and trainers. Don’t even get me started on the messy bun in your hair. Your traveling outfit and the way you look is just as important. You are beginning your holiday at that precise moment. So you may as well do it in the same style you plan to grace your holiday with. Of course, you still need to be practical. You may have a long plane journey ahead. So again thinking about what you wear is important. Skinny jeans, a flowing shirt, and a smart jacket will always be a winning combination. If you can pop on a pair of killer heels, then you will rock the airport look.
Accessories are everything
When traveling like a VIP, you will notice that accessories are everything. So get those shades out and rock them from the word go. You will be thankful to have them to hand when you land, and the sun is shining. I know some of you may not have the confidence to rock those sunnies indoors, but that doesn’t stop a VIP. Embrace your individuality and be different.
Do you suit hats? If so then rock one straight away. Most of us won’t be able to pack our hats in fear of them squashing or being damaged in our cases. So wear it with style as part of your airport outfit. A hat can get you noticed from afar, and give off the impression of a VIP. Rock the hat with your shades and you will be oozing celebrity status. Even on lemonade budgets.
Don’t be concerned with what others think
At the end of the day, only you matter to yourself. To your friends, family and loved ones. So don’t concern yourself with what others think. Some would say that people that stare or have distasteful things to say have nothing better in their lives. It can be down to jealousy, unfortunately. Do what’s right for you. Travel how you want to travel. A holiday for some of us is a well-earned break. You may have saved all year for these two weeks. It may even be a holiday of a lifetime. So you have every right to do and act how you want to. It’s your holiday.
Let’s hope this helps you to prepare and travel in style on your next adventure.