When you are traveling for short or long distances, you may think it can be difficult to stay chic and stylish, especially if you are the driver. If you are going to be in the car more than two hours you need to have a comfortable look and to avoid any clothing that will make you feel strange.
Since you are going to the wheel for many hours there is no need to wear stiletto heels. It’s best to choose to wear comfortable shoes, but we mean some cute sneakers. We recommend you sneakers with fun prints, with sequins or in a bold color. They are great if you are in a hurry and don’t have so much time for dressing up.
It’s really important to stay comfortable in the car so a great choice instead of jeans is to opt for some comfortable leggings. You can find nowadays really stylish leggings, but we think black is the better option. They make you look slim and can hide stains that can be caused by snacks or juice.
If you don’t want to get bothered by the hair, then we suggest you to wear it up. Wear your hair in a messy flower bun or in a cute ponytail, which will look amazing with your look. In this way you will keep your hair clean and you will also look super cool and edgy.
Long hours behind the wheel can be exhausting so it’s best to always have with you a pair of sunglasses to cover your eyes if they are tired. Sunglasses can hide tiredness and also will protect you from the UV sun rays.
A large tote bag is what you will need in your road trip. You can carry with you a lot of useful items like a notebook, a mini iPad, wallet, phone and sunglasses. A little clutch or a satchel bag won’t be good in this situation so play it smart and opt for a large handbag.
A drive can be easy and fun if you are dressed properly and cozy. Opt for basic clothing and don’t forget the accessories like some urban eyewear and a practical bag.
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