There are a thousand reasons why you might need to take a red eye but none of them make the fact that you're taking an overnight flight any easier. Here are 11 Salt & Wind-tested items that will make your red eye much more bearable.
A lot of you asked about what I packed for France so I wanted to give you my tips. I tend to dress differently in France than I do here in Los Angeles—more monochromatic and minimal with a bit of edge—as in more Charlotte Gainsbourg, less Kardashian and my packing reflects that.
When it comes to syle envy, Meg Biram makes us max out! Her minimal modern style means she's always put together wherever she goes. On her trip to Barcelona, she learned a thing or three about what to pack and she shared it with us here.
There are those of us who are natural-born packers and those of us who get anxiety anytime we pull out a suitcase. Despite the fact I've logged over 100,000 miles in on the road the past few years, I've long been a part of the anxious group. Here are my tips for overcoming overpacking once and for all.
The ladies of Salt & Wind are headed on a Carribean cruise and we're jazzed. Stand-up paddling, umbrella-clad frozen daiquiris, and gossip mags? Bring. It. On. But, let's be honest, there's one reason more exciting than all the rest and it has to do with fashion. Girls mostly dress to impress other girls, right? With that in mind, we're going all out and, as such, here are the fashions we're packing to impress and be impressed by each other.
If you ask us, Mary Poppins was the original in-the-know traveler. Her carpet bag was basically an old-school tote and she loaded it up so she had anything at a moment's notice. She taught us a tote should be versatile and adaptable.Here are 10 must-pack totes that will quickly become your new travel sidekicks.
Packing for Thailand was a challenge—I wanted bright colors to match the country’s vibrancy but light materials to handle the humid heat. At the end of the day, I stuck to a slightly conservative look and it worked perfectly. Here's what I packed: