This post is sponsored by ClimateRight but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
In two weeks I am flying from Florida to Amsterdam. Two very different climates. I need to travel wearing pieces which will be comfortable on my way to the airport, on the plane and yet warm enough for when I get off the plane in Amsterdam. My favorite clothing line for these type of situations is ClimateRight by Cuddl Duds which you can find it at Walmart. If, you are trying to figure out how to transition these pieces from warm to cold, keep on reading my #Littlefinders
1.Layer up: The long sleeve shirt from the ClimateRight layer collection is perfect for this. You can wear a light T-shirt for the flight and add the long sleeve shirt over it when it gets a bit chilly. It can efficiently serve as an overshirt. If you need more coverage, wear a sweatshirt to stay cozy throughout the whole flight.
2. Pack/Wear long pants: Because of the Florida weather, your first instinct might be to wear shorts at the airport. I get it, is hot outside, plus going through security can make you nothing short of warm. You can choose to keep your shorts on but pack a pair of my favorite item from ClimateRight by Cuddl Duds. Their leggings. They come in different colors and are as comfortable as pajamas, but perfectly acceptable to wear out and about. Plus once you arrive at your cold destination, you can take your shorts off, wear the leggings and add some jeans on top of them if needed.
3. Bring your winter coat with you on the plane: You might be tempted to pack this in your check-in bag. Yes is bulky and big, but you are going to want to put this baby on as soon as you get to your cold destination. Depending on your airline, you might have to walk on the runway, so keep your coat in handy. Also, you can double it as a blanket during your flight, especially if you are on an overnight one.
I hope these hacks help you out and make sure you head to Walmart to check out the whole line of ClimateRight by Cuddl Duds.
Until Next Time Littlefinders!