Over the years I’ve looked back at photographs from other countries I’ve visited and, for the most part, cringed at my obvious tourist outfits. Shorts, some kind of t-shirt, and sneakers. Blah. It just doesn’t suit me. A couple years ago I traveled to Paris with my mom and sister and decided to create a few outfits in advance because 1) it’s PARIS, and 2) other than clutching my camera, I didn’t want it to look as though I just stepped off an airplane. The most difficult aspect of tourist attire is the comfort of a pair of sneakers. You need comfortable footwear, and it’s typically hard to find something that you can walk miles and miles in…that’s also cute.
In less than a month I will be on my way to Austria, and will be planning my outfits in advance. I’m shooting for:
light colored tops, shorts, one pair of pants, one dress, and my denim skirt.
The trick to not getting a thigh burn is to wear shorts underneath. I love these little gray shorts! They’ve saved me multiple times. 🙂
Shoe-wise I will be taking my super comfortable BZees, a pair of mocs, and another set of comfortable flats. Not even gonna try and wear heels at any point. 🙂 Oh, and my Lowepro camera bag functions as a great purse, too!
BZees Dash are so comfortable! With the cushioned sole and the 1 inch lift. They also come with black laces I’m going to switch into. I’ve been walking my dogs in them as a bit of preparation for my travels, but they don’t even need to be broken in. And there are several other BZees designs, too.