The surprise came when he suggested we traveled to Prague by train. And stop on our way. More than once. I accepted the challenge. We purchased train tickets and booked hotel rooms in five cities (Verona, Munich, Prague, Regensburg and Innsbruck) in four different countries in Europe (Italy, Germany, Czech Republic and Austria) for almost two weeks in September - we looked for the best route in terms of distance and nice places worth visiting. It wasn’t as easy as it might sound, but it surely was fun. We also got tickets for a concert in Verona, where we were planning to stop for one night before taking the train to Munich the following day.
Days passed by and there we were: packing time. For a twelve-day trip. In different European countries with slightly different climates. In September, during the transition period from summer to fall, when the weather is more capricious than during any other time of the year.
What would you pack in that situation? I bet on layering and built the entire travel capsule wardrobe around this idea. Consequently, I started by choosing some all-seasons garments in neutral colours, to which I added three jackets and a handful of accent colours.
In the table below, I’m sharing the clothes and accessories I wore during the holiday and the ways I mixed and matched them in different outfits. I think it speaks for itself but in case you doubt it: yes, there are two jackets layered in the same outfit! :)
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Neutralcolours: black,white, silver, grey, beige, gold, taupe
Accentcolours: blue, dustypink, sage green, raspberry
Are you planning a holiday or a business trip? Get in touch and let’s start planning the packing strategy! I can help you draw a list of items to pack and create outfits with the clothes you already own. Moreover, I can help you spot and purchase any necessary clothes, accessories and makeup or skincare products you might need to put in your suitcase or choose the items worth shopping for once you get to your destination, such as traditional local products or common goods at lower prices.
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