5 Must Haves for Fall Travel

a woman in a red coat
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Fall is one of my favorite times to travel, but crisp days and chilly nights can make packing a challenge. Here are 5 of my must haves when packing for my autumn adventures.

1. Trench coat

Lightweight, waterproof or at least water resistant, and available in vibrant colors, trench coats are a great way to stay warm and stylish. Bonus points if it comes with a hood.a woman in a pink coat

2. Scarf

Possibly the most versatile wardrobe choice, scarves are great for all destinations. In temperate weather a thick scarf can be worn in place of a sweater, and are much easier to carry around and squeeze in a suitcase. In colder locations they can serve a dual purpose — providing an extra layer of warmth and adding interest to dark or blah outerwear.

a woman wearing a red scarf

Worried about catching a cold on your flights? Consider a Scough which has a built in air filter.

3. Waterproof boots

Whether you favor booties or tall boots, do yourself a favor and make sure they’re waterproof, especially if you favor suede! Then you can romp through leaves or puddles with impunity. 🙂
a brown boot with a heel

4. Lip Balm

The things I love most about fall also wreak havoc with my lips, so I make sure I bring extra moisturizing lip balm. ChapStick Total Hydration 3 in 1 and Vaseline Rosy Lip Therapy are inexpensive but effective options that protect your lips and add a touch of gloss.

a pink lip balm container

5. Smart touch gloves

Last year I experimented with adding a lightweight pair of smart touch gloves to my line up and what a difference it made! Not having to pull them on and off every time I wanted to check my email or take a picture with my phone saved time and also kept my hands warmer and more protected from the elements.
a pair of red leather gloves

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