Day Three of our "What to Pack?" Series
It seems that airports and planes are either chilly or sweltering, but never just right. Layering works well for trans-Atlantic flights and a big, comfy scarf is a must. I always travel with at least one long, wide scarf that can double as a blanket or wrap in-flight and at my final destination. All scarves work well because they are so versatile, but don’t add a lot of weight or bulk to your suitcase. You can use a longer oblong scarf as a belt one day, headband the next. Or, tie a square scarf into a turban-a look that I have been seeing more and more of lately.
In terms of versatility, this organic cotton scarf from Organic Giraffe is about as good as it gets. It is light weight enough to loop the neck, but unfurls to a full wrap. For sales info, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. And the stripes seem just right for Spring, don’t you think?