TRAVELLING FOR THE HOLIDAYS: WHAT TO WEAR

It's the holidays, and it's time to hang up your reading glasses and put away your books (unless of course you're taking a cue from our recent post: GOOD BOOK SERIES TO RE-READ OVER THE HOLIDAYS.) If you're studying away from home, the holidays mean a reunion with the fam jam which also means swapping Mac n Cheese for mom's delicious roast beef (#woot!) Perhaps you're flying out of town to visit your grandparents, or heading to your cabin in the woods to spend some quality time in nature. 
No matter where you're going, or how you plan to get there, we've got your outfits covered!

If you're roadtrippin' to the country...

Whether you have a 2-hour drive or a 12-hour drive to get back to your childhood cottage, comfort is key. You'll be getting out of the car to fill it up,  stock up on snacks etc...so a sporty jacket, earmuffs, and mittens are a must! Denim is never a miss, and cozy sweaters are always a good idea.




If you're riding the gravy train home to the fam jam...

 Trains are sick because a) you don't have to drive and b) you don't actually have to do anything and c) CHOCOLATE VENDING MACHINES. Since you can literally kick off your shoes for the ride, get cozy to the max. We're talking leggings, sweatshirts, and that big ol' winter bomber coat you have that can withstand Arctic Canadian temps.



If you're flying like a fly guy to see the g'ma and g'pa...

Airports can give off a bit of a love-hate vibe. Either they're smelly, jam packed, ugly, or your plane is delayed OR they're frickin' awesome and the magazine stands are full of Keeping Up With The Kardashians gossip, the Starbucks is right next to your terminal, and your Boeing is on time. Being comfy on a plane is more than important, it's essential.


A cute knit sweater and a killer mesh maxi skirt are the way to go. No one is forcing you to be that girl. You know, that girl! Are you making me say it? THAT GIRL who looks like she just rolled out of bed and past security. This has mad class that your grandparents will appreciate when they meet you at baggage claim. #awww 

Let's just clear this up right now. You don't need to be in heels to wear a skirt. Instead, go for these combat/construction style boot that are comfy and warm!  


Happy travels friends! Share your adventures in your Ardene outfits on Insta using #ARDENEHOLIDAY 
 xox



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