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holiday travel looks in plaid coat and wide leg pants //

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This is the busiest time for travel each year as many people make their way to reconnect with their families for the holidays. It can be quite stressful packing everything up and getting out of town for a couple of days, let alone ensuring all your outfits are on-trend. After all, I am sure at this point, a lot of your funds have been exhausted on gifts for your loved ones, so spending a ton of money on clothing might not be in your budget. However, don’t forget that there continues to be so many amazing deals and sales out there today, so you don’t need to spend a fortune on treating yourself to something new! Here are all my favorite holiday travel looks for less.

holiday travel looks at pont alexandre iii bridge wearing leopard coat and yuzefi bag //

City Sidewalks

If you find yourself in a city where you have to do a lot of walking, the key to dressing is to stay comfortable and bundled up. When in doubt, a longline coat is always there as a no-brainer option. It’s cozy, offers protection, and can be super chic in a trendy print like leopard. Luckily, lightweight knits are at all your favorite affordable retailers. Layer a crossbody bag and scarf overtop and finish off with your favorite combat boots.

holiday travel looks in tulle dress and nikes sneakers // Notjessfashion.comNever a Tulle Moment

Dresses are one of my favorite pieces to wear for the holiday season. Rather than reverting to your average sweater, why not amp your look with a tulle dress. I love the immediate volume and interest the entire outfit takes on. You can keep it casual with some fun socks and dad sneakers if you are doing a lot of walking and exploring.

fashion blogger jessica wang wears gold leather jacket in colmar for christmas // Notjessfashion.comStatement Coat

An affordable way to keep your outfit trend savvy without spending too much is to invest in a really good coat. You know I am all about the statement pieces and something bold like a metallic puffer or moto jacket is perfect to bring along on your holiday travels. You let the coat do all the talking, while you keep the foundation of your outfit cool and casual.

holiday travel looks in leather pants tucked into knee high boots // Notjessfashion.comBlack & White

If you prefer to keep your outfits minimal, a sleek black and white outfit is the perfect option. Leather continues to trend and there are a lot more affordable options out on the market now. Tuck some leather trousers into your favorite pair of boots. Although, I am carrying a Michael Kors bag, any structured handbag and some bold sunglasses will make your outfit look more expensive.

jessica wang features holiday travel looks in a patent leather jacket and marni crossbody bag // Notjessfashion.comKeep it Casual

For the days when you are traveling to and from your destination or just hanging out with the relatives, you can stick to a more relaxed outfit combination. Pack your coziest pair of tights and a tunic sweater, but keep it chic with a patent leather jacket and lugged sole boots. It is always a good idea to travel with some easy, no fuss outfits like this.

What are your favorite holiday travel looks? Be sure to shop these pieces today as most of them are on sale for Green Monday!

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