I obviously had to vamp my wardrobe for my 17-day trip in Europe. Some items are still available to buy if you’re interested and others you will have to use solely as inspiration. My biggest tip if you’re taking a trip as long as mine is to bring mostly all interchangeable pieces. You’ll notice I re-wore a couple items and just styled them differently.
Also, I literally wore my white Nike Air Force 1s with every outfit but one. Basic choice, I know, but they go with everything and are pretty comfy for all the walking we did.
My purple jumpsuit from Old Navy was one of my favorite outfits I wore in Europe. The color is beautiful and the the jumpsuit is so comfy. Unfortunately this piece is not available anymore but Old Navy still has some cute jumpsuits available.
This beautiful pink set comes from Abercrombie. The shorts retail for $45 and come in a variety of colors. They are super comfy and the perfect length. The button-up is oversized so be sure to size down or stick to your usual size. It’s $70 from Abercrombie and also comes in multiple colors. I loved the color block pattern of this shirt paired with the pink shorts.
For my windy (and cold) second day in Amsterdam, I went with a sportier look because we had a long bike ride of the Dutch countryside in the afternoon. I love Set Active and have many of their workout sets, but this color is probably my favorite that I own. This beautiful red set is from their Hawaii collection. The color is ‘guava’ in their Sculptflex Leggings and Baby Tee. There are luckily a few sizes leftover in both pieces, but this is very uncommon for Set Active. The leggings are $72 and the tee is $48. A pro tip, though, is that if you buy two pieces of the same color together, it comes at a discount.
My jean jacket I have had since middle school and my black bag is from Princess Polly. The bag was the perfect size and style for my outfits. It retails for $50.
This fun yellow and white gingham dress is from Old Navy. It was super flowy and comfortable which was perfect for the hot Italian air in Venice. Unfortunately, it also not available like the purple jumpsuit, but Old Navy has some cute dresses available right now. This outfit is the only one I didn’t end up wearing my white sneakers with. The shoes came from Soda Topic and are still available at a variety of colors. They retail for $39.99 at Shoe Carnival.
The neutral fit is mostly from Princess Polly, one of my favorite clothing stores. The tan pants are the ‘Carter Pants’ in beige. They retail for $60 and are super lightweight and stretchy. I am wearing a size 6 in these and have not worn a size 6 in years. If you have a curvier figure, they will hug in all the right areas. The black belt is also from Princess Polly and goes with literally everything. It’s not the greatest material, but for $22, I can’t complain.
The white button-up is another very lightweight and versatile piece. It retails for $50 and can be worn so many different ways. Finally, the black tank bodysuit is from Abercrombie. I literally have 4 of these bodysuits in different colors because I love them so much. For $39, you can’t beat it.
Taking a trip up the Swiss Alps in 50 degree weather was definitely something I hadn’t prepared for so this outfit was thrown together with extra pieces I had in my suitcase, but it ended up turning out better than I thought it would. The tan jacket I thrifted years ago. My $30 black straight jeans from Target were a heavy enough material to keep my legs warm. My super thick crewneck is from Set Active’s Hawaii collection again. The shade is ‘coast’ and retails for $122. It went perfectly with the blue and green colors of the Swiss Alps.
The cute, brown crossbody bag was a Christmas present from my mom specifically for this trip and it worked wonders. I felt super secure with my belongings in front of me and it held a lot. It’s from Herschel Supply Company and is their Seventeen Hip Pack. The color I have isn’t available anymore, but there are 26 colors and designs to pick from for $31.99.
This bright green button-up I wore a couple times in Europe for a pop of color. It’s in the same style as the white one I’ve pictured above. It’s from Princess Polly, called the ‘Mahalia Shirt’ in green, and retails for $50. Both bodysuits are from Abercrombie and are only $39, but are truly the softest things and are so versatile. The black jeans are the same ones from Target that I wore in Switzerland. Unfortunately, the tan and white gingham pants that I wore in front of the Eiffel Tower I bought years ago.
Sadly everything in both these fits are not available anymore. The striped dress was from Target last summer and the green dress was thrifted, but also coincidently from Target.
This black wrap dress is unfortunately no longer available from Old Navy. As I’ve mentioned already, though, Old Navy has a lot of other cute dress options available. My simplest tip to dress up any classic neutral dress is to pair it with a red lip; it immediately elevates your look. It was so hot in Rome that I had to wear my hair back in a low bun, but I think it turned out cute with the overall look.
For my nighttime Paris look to sit under the sparkling Eiffel Tower, I went with a mostly white fit. The button-up is the same one I’ve mentioned a couple times above from Princess Polly. The bodysuit is the same one from Abercrombie. My jeans I bought last year from Target and are one of my favorite pairs (highly recommend Target’s Universal Thread line for jeans).
I brought the whole look together with my pearl barrette which is kind of hard to see, but I loved it paired with my white pieces.