The past few years I’ve developed the habit of traveling with cabin luggage only. This is mainly due to my fear of losing a bag full of my favorite garments, but also because of the ease in not having too many things to choose from in the morning. The idea of “the perfect traveling wardrobe” thrills me, and I like the idea of getting as many outfits as possible out of the smallest amount of clothes. So, I thought I’d share some of my favorite pieces that I’ll bring on my journeys this summer.
Would you make it through a week with only the following in your bag?
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