Several of you mentioned Uniqlo’s Heattech leggings (these cute ones are from the Marni collab) in the comments of yesterday’s post, and I’ll definitely be bringing along a pair or two.
It’s tough to find a good, durable knee sock, but I’ve got to say that these, from Wrangler—which I believe were made for wearing with cowboy boots—are really good and pretty cheap.
I always travel with a Chan Luu silk and cashmere scarf, because they’re so soft and lightweight but also warm, and I love how this checked pattern would look with all the gray clothes I’m bringing.
One or two of you mentioned a beanie in the comments yesterday, and by all means I plan on bringing one of them (this one’s cashmere, and well-priced).
Yes, all hotel rooms have blow-dryers, but even in the nicest hotels they’re pretty reliably shitty blow-dryers, so I bring my own, because it’s lightning-fast and not as damaging as what you’ll find in your room.
After drying, I smooth out my hair with this curling iron—my hairdresser told me ages ago to use one of these instead of a straightening iron, which can get really hot and burn your hair.
Sharing a small hotel room for two weeks with a night owl means an eye mask is necessary, and this one with a Liberty print is so cute.
Earplugs are another necessity—especially at the shows, which are loud—and I like that these are a bit subtler and more comfortable than big foam ones.
These Bioderma wipes clean makeup off and keep my skin feeling refreshed.
A Tide pen is almost too obvious a choice for this post, but when you stain clothes at the rate that I do, they’re an absolute necessity.
My Airpods are another non-negotiable and are in my bag at all times, and come in especially handy on long bus rides.
And finally, I am able to fit so much more into my suitcase with packing cubes, and I think this cheetah-print set is just the best.