My Holiday Travel Style

winter travel outfit idea

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360 WHEELED SUITCASE: c/o Jon Hart Design, 360 Super Wheels in Ocean Blue  //  WEEKENDER TOTE BAG: c/o Jon Hart Design, Daytripper Bag in Coral  //  YELLOW SWEATER: BP.  //  STRIPED LACE UP PANTS: Amuse Society  //   TASSEL EARRINGS: c/o Lisi Lerch  //  WHITE BERET HAT: Brixton  //  REFLECTIVE SUNGLASSES: c/o DIFF  //  MULES: c/o Sam Edelman

I know I feel this way every year, but it’s feels so hard to believe that December is here. Thankfully, some holiday-appropriate weather finally showed up in Dallas this week (we even got to turn our fireplace on!!), so I can finally wear my cozy cable knit sweaters without breaking a sweat! Since December is the most traveled mont h of the year, I thought it would be the perfect time to team up with my favorite luggage brand, Jon Hart Design, to share my holiday travel style.

Click on the read more button below to find out why Jon Hart Design is my go-to brand for travel necessities (and also makes for perfect Christmas gifts!!) and the full scoop on this winter travel outfit idea.

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When it comes to travel luggage and necessities, a few things come to mind:  practicality, quality and the ability to stand out in the luggage carousel (because this girl ain’t got no time for rummaging through every black suitcase to see which one is mine). Jon Hart Design’s suitcases and travel gear deliver on all three. Made from the highest quality materials, each of their pieces comes in a multiple of color options, from neutrals to brights like the ones I’m carrying today, and they’re each customizable with your monogram (which I absolutely LOVE!) What’s also amazing about their wheeled luggage is that they have the option of coming with a garment sleeve, which protects your luggage from getting scuffed up at the airport. I carried my 360 Super Wheels for my recent Western Caribbean cruise with Princess Cruises and thanks to my garment sleeve (I removed it for the shots above), it still looks brand new.

Not only does Jon Hart Design offer up amazing suitcase options, they pretty much have thought up a bag for any and every occasion. Whether you need a duffel bag for a weekend trip, an overnight bag like the Daytripper bag I’m carrying above for a sleepover or a backpack to carry your laptop and work stuff, Jon Hart has it all. What I also love (and use everyday!!) are Jon Harts toiletry kits. Since I’m always on-the-go, my necessities stay put in my Jon Hart Makeup Bag, which happens to make an amazing gift idea at such a great price point!

Whether you’re shopping for a guy or a gal (Cole LOVES his Jon Hart shave kit – he also uses it every day!), Jon Hart Designs make the perfect holiday gifts and have options for every price point. Click here to shop their entire collection!

I actually ended up wearing this exact outfit on the airplane on the way to our Western Caribbean cruise this November. When it comes to dressing for the airplane, keeping cozy (and warm – it’s ALWAYS cold on planes!!) is key. I usually would just throw on some leggings or sweatpants for the airport, but since we were going straight to the cruise ship when we arrived (and ya know…photos), I wanted to look a little more dressed up. Luckily, these drawstring pants are as comfortable and breathable as any pair of sweatpants, and I could practically sleep in this comfy cable knot sweater (on a very cold night, that is). You can shop this comfy winter travel outfit idea by clicking on the links at the top of this post or the icons located at the top and bottom. Stay tuned for more holiday outfit ideas here on the blog.

 

Fair-well xx,

Photography by Angie Garcia photo

**Thanks so much to Jon Hart Design for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own.

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