Don't let the actual "traveling" part of your trip stop you from inspiring. There are ways to look appealing at the airport without having to dress into your finest attire.
In my personal experience, the downside of flying is the amount of energy it drains! I'd say that taking a road trip is less intense. For me, flying typically consists of interrupted naps and episodes of backaches. But who needs sleep when you're traveling with your BABE, aka travel partner?!
It's all worth it once your final landing comes. The heart skips a beat and wants to run off and start exploring!
While traveling, it is necessary for me to have my "look" under control. Planned out outfits make traveling easier and efficient. It saves me time, which is everything. Therefore, I recommend outfit-preps for every day that you'll be gone from home. Find out more about the places you'll be attending and prepare appropriate apparel.
So when does the actual adventure begin? Of course, the feels begin at the airport!
FANCY FEET: stylish kicks and comfy sandals are required for rushing to your gate (super adventurous, right?!)
GET LOOSE: sweatpants and leggings aren't the only bottoms designed for comfort. Loose dresses and flow-y skirts are as easygoing as pants (experiment with this)
TOP IT OFF: from nada to Prada, accessorize your basic tee! Either DIY, or purchase someone's sassy creation (as I did). Going out of your comfort zone?! AWESOMEEEEE
FACE TO FACE: touch up your gorgeous hair. Also, keep your face fresh and pleasant. You are likely to meet someone new while you're traveling (quite daring, I'd say!)
Inspire the world with your sense of style. Stay your unique self because that is always relevant. Imagine all of the street styles of the world combined - one beautiful canvas!
This Thursday we are taking off! Our first stop is Germany and then we will serve in Ukraine. Please keep us in your prayers as we proclaim our living Christ. We will keep you posted!:) Mwah!
t-shirt here: ZARA
sandals here: NORDSTROM
G.A.P denim jacket, distressed version one here: GAP