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Does anyone ever get their suitcase contents just right?Read more: What I packed for Scotland & What I wish I had packed
I thought that packing for Scotland would be easy, it’s not far from home and I know it rains but I still didn’t get it quite right. This was a full weeks wardrobe and for some unknown reason I still really wanted to pack light; even though it was hold luggage.
Here is what I packed:
- 2 x White T-shirts (1 with a pattern)
- 1 x White Shirt
- 1 x Green Base Layer
- 1 x Short Sleeve Thermal Vest
- 2 x Jeans
- 1 x White & Blue Jumpsuit
- 1 x Navy Sweatshirt
- 1 x Navy 3/4 zip fleece
- 1 x Knitted Sweater Vest
- 1 x Veja Trainers
- 1 x Timberland Boots
- 1 x Slytherin Scarf
- 1 x Raincoat
- 1 x Crossbody Bag
- 1 x Baseball Cap
- Underwear & Socks
- PJ Trousers
To be fair I packed pretty well, I knew that layers were super important, and as we were doing a lot of walking and sightseeing comfort was key. However I do wish that both my outer layers hadn’t been blue and I had added another colour, only for some variety in photos. I also didn’t need to pack both white t-shirts, I could have done with just one but it’s always good to have a back up. I was however very happy that I took the jumpsuit as it was great for the one more ‘formal’ dinner we went for. My shoe choices were perfect, I could have packed in a pair of Toms if I wanted but my trainers do work as a smart casual option. My choices were very much tourist mode choices as there were plenty of people going around in dresses, heeled boots etc. but I am always comfort first when it comes to being on holiday.
Florals for spring… Ground-breaking.
If I dress like it’s spring time, will that keep the sun shining?
Another day another sweater vest…
Yes I spent a majority of it in my PJ’s but some items in my wardrobe got a lot of love!
It’s knitwear season!
and no it doesn’t smell like the sea!