Scarf for Travel Wear for the 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s: For the Plane
Quote of the day: “Optimism for me isn’t a passive expectation that things will get better; it’s a conviction that we can make things better.” Melinda Gates
In the second week of our travel series (see the 50’s wardrobe capsule-here and the 60’s wardrobe capsule-here), I’ll continue with the theme of “essentials” for travelling. This week is the scarf. Of course it’s one important piece you take on all your travels, right? In my thinking, it can act like a jacket that is easy to remove and then you can throw it in your bag or even around the handles of your purse! It can tie many ways to create different looks and is a great addition of color if you need it! For travelling, I consider it a must for the plane trip. I always run on the cold side, so the scarf acts as my blanket. If you don’t run cold, then it could be used as a prop behind your neck or back for the wonderfully comfortable seats on the airplane!
50’s Scarf: I like this scarf because it has three different panels of color. So if you fold it right, you mostly see only one of the color schemes.
Scarf: (similar here)~~Pants: Banana Republic (similar here)~~Jacket: Tobi (similar here)~~Top: Banana Republic (similar here)~~Shoes: Nine West (similar here)~~Earrings: (similar here)~~Bracelet: (similar here)
60’s Scarf: Nancy’s jacket is reversible which is perfect for travelling. It’s like 2 jackets in one!
70’s Scarf: Mom can get away with wearing sneakers through the airport since she doesn’t have to take off her shoes through security!
Travel fun for all!! Do you subscribe to the scarf love?
As for a selection of travel wear scarf options, this is what I came up with: