Visiting Granada in 1 week - Traveling-friendly outfits

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Whenever I travel, be it a casual trip or a longer stay as in my Erasmus year abroad, I always like to get insightful documentation about the weather, the customs, and living, and which kind of places I'll be visiting to know best what kind of clothes put on my suitcase or carry on. Apart from some basic traveling tips, there're things to take into account when assembling your travel-friendly outfits for places as Granada.

#1 Get one or two pairs of sneakers
It all depends on how many days of stay you are planning, and how much you love to stroll around. In my case, I love to walk miles and miles of buildings taking pictures and getting to know the history and particularities of the sites I visit. So, two pairs of sneakers or a pair of sporty shoes and some flats on your luggage seems like a nice idea to start your trip.

#2 Add a pair of comfortable shoes for the night if necessary
Flat shoes, ballerina's shoes or booties are also a nice idea to pack if you're planning on an evening or night out with a fancier outfit. They also work pretty well if you're planning a quieter stroll around better-paved areas of the place you're visiting.

#3 Jeans are a MUST go-to
Jeans are the best option for packing traveling-friendly outfits. Although I've recently swapped them for fancier options like black jeggings or palazzo pants, I always put on at least a pair of dark-colored jeans on my carry on which I can wear while on-the-go if I take public transport or if it's a bit colder than expected.

#4 Basics as T-shirts and plain tops should be your first pick
I always like to start planning my traveling outfits by taking two to three basic tops and T-shirts in white, grey or black/dark blue so I can easily mix and match them with other pieces or wear them underneath my principal garment (a sweater or coat) if necessary. I personally don't like taking patterns as a way to start an outfit, but instead, add them at the very end of the outfit or on a particular garment. However, you can start this way if you feel like to.

#5 Accessories if you feel like it
The funniest part for me when assembling travel outfits is to pick the accessories I'll wear. Once I've finished with all the tops and bottoms, I like to pick at least one or two accessories for my head or hair (be it a headband, a hat, a turban or some hairpins), at least one pair of sunglasses matching my luggage color palette and tons of jewelry.

#6 Don't forget about appropriate underwear!
We don't see it 90% of the time, but it doesn't mean that we must ignore it. In fact, comfy, transpirable and if possible, seamless underwear is a must have when you go places. We all love fancy lace bralettes and other quirky pieces but, my advice here is to let them go to avoid leg rash, improve circulation and breast support.

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I was wearing:

Bimba & Lola dress
Massimo Dutti sneakers
Vintage bag

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somethingfashion valenciablogger spain granada valencia fashionblogger ootd alhambra influencersespaña amandaramon bloggersvalencianas

somethingfashion valenciablogger spain granada valencia fashionblogger ootd alhambra influencersespaña amandaramon bloggersvalencianas

somethingfashion valenciablogger spain granada valencia fashionblogger ootd alhambra influencersespaña amandaramon bloggersvalencianas

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Hi! I'm Amanda, from Valencia (Spain).

I like all things vintage and classy. I study Architecture and I'm an epée fencer.



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