You’re due to embark on a journey to a Nigerian town in just a couple of days yet you have no idea the outfits to pack for this trip. For all you know, you might end up under-packing or packing unnecessary clothes and either way, it sucks.
In order to avoid this chaos, it’s best to plan ahead of time and pack aright. But how can you make the best decision? The first rule in packing is to factor in several conditions of priority such as; the weather, occasion to attend, and length of time the trip will last. Here some of the most important outfits to pack in for your next trip:
A Pair Of Jeans: Jeans, jeans, jeans. Girl, a pair of jeans is an absolute life-saver during a trip. Whatever colour of jeans you own; black, blue, grey, etc is a great choice
That Tailor-Made Outfit: For that special event where you want to slay, you’d need to include that custom-made dress in your luggage.
Make sure to arrange with your designer and tailor to have your dress made, fitted, and ready at least a few days before you embark on your trip. You do not want to be involved in a meaningless back and forth with the annoying tailor who’d readily have a bouquet of excuses to dish out to you.
Sleepwear: What’s the one thing you’d be doing each night after a great day during the holiday? The answer; sleep. Opting for a sleepwear which is both comfortable and stylish is a winner.
That Stay-At-Home Outfit: There’s a good chance you’d be staying at home more often this season. Especially if you’re an introvert. To enjoy your stay at home, you’d need comfortable items of clothing.
Do not forget to pack in some freshly laundered t-shirts, shorts, skirts, leggings, or even joggers. Pay attention to the type of material you’re getting, as cloth material types impact a lot in comfortability also.
The Christmas Present: This includes clothing items you’ve purchased to gift loved ones and those which you’ll hand down to others.
When gifting someone a dress, make sure to be aware of their accurate cloth size. Consider issues of preference such as; personal style, favourite colour, and most preferred clothing material before shopping for the perfect dress — a.k.a. present.