3 Simple Packing Tips For Cold Weather Trips

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With December finally here it’s time for those cold winter travels. As a California girl I use to really struggle with packing for cold weather which resulted in major overpacking. After years of paying overweight fees I’ve learned a few tricks that keep the luggage fairly light but the outfit options vast.

So, if you’re heading someplace cold, here three packing tips that will make your life easier:

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1. Take lots of textured layers that work well together. I like packing with a palette in mind so that you have many options when you mix and match. Here I went with whites, greys, chambrays and neutrals with my favorite accessories.

Pictured: Eddie Bauer Cable Pullover SweaterTranquil Boyfriend Shirt in Indigo & Adventurer Ripstop Jacket

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2. Nighttime options must be warm. Nighttime options are often not cold weather friendly but this year things are different. Enter the must wear piece of winter 2015: The turtleneck. The trend is not only warm but it’s also chic AF! Paired with jeans or leather skinnies or with my personal favorite, a pencil skirt, tights and boots, you can’t go wrong. For really cold temps layer pieces underneath.

Pictured: Eddie Bauer Cable Turtleneck Sweater & Women’s Solstice Skirt

 

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3. A warm parka is key. A warm parka is the single most important item you’ll need for a cold weekend trip and Eddie Bauer has a variety of  options that will get the keeping you warm job done. Also, tights are always a good layering idea if you’re a real freeze baby.

Pictured: Eddie Bauer Snowline Baselayer Pants & Sidekick Bomber Jacket

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**This post is sponsored by Eddie Bauer**

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9 comments

  1. Thank you so much for these packing tips 🙂 I always have such trouble packing (no matter if it’s summer or winter), but I always tend to overpack even more than usual for the colder months haha! These are such helpful tips, and I’ll definitely be using them when I go on trips!

    XO, Elizabeth
    http://clothestoyouuu.com/

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