Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Your New Favie Leggings For Travel

Hello friends!  Did you have a good weekend?  Adam + I flew to Dallas, TX over the weekend for a wedding.  It was just a quick overnight trip but it was kind of nice to have a little alone time {no pups} even if it was just for one night!

It's definitely not a secret that we travel a lot.  In fact, when I really sit down and think about it I have been somewhere {meaning out of state} every single month in 2013 and that includes 2 trips to Europe + one trip to Africa!  

Earlier this year I wrote a more in depth post on a few of my traveling tips {view here} and briefly spoke about the leggings that I always wear when we travel.  Last month, after 2 years of wearing them, I finally had to retire my favorite BCBG travel leggings.  They were sad, worn out, and had definitely seen better days.  Before our flight to Dallas this weekend, I popped into BCBG and scooped up a new pair......honestly you guys, I had forgotten how amazing these leggings are!  Since I've fallen in love all over again, I had to do a little post on why these leggings really are the best out there.

Here's a few reasons why I love them so much for traveling:
  • They don't wrinkle.  I've wore them for a straight 18 hours on a nonstop flight to Africa and cross my heart they look the exact same as when you first put them on! 
  •  They suck you in!  The quality of the material is amazing {very thick and stretchy} and they literally hide all of those unwanted bulges that us girls are constantly looking to conceal.  
  • They're pretty lint resistant.  I HATE getting lint on my pants, and these babies are the most lint resistant pants I've ever seen.    
  •  They're comfy.  Like I said above, 18 hour flight and I had no complaints. 

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I'm not exaggerating one percent when I say that I wear them on every single flight I take!  I've even gotten my mother on the bandwagon, and she's hooked as well! :)  

Yes, they are a little expensive {a little bit cheaper than the price of a nice pair of denim}.  However, when you think about it, I wore these for 2 years before they finally wore out.  How many pairs of crappy leggings have you bought over the course of 2 years?  If you're like me {or most other girls that I know} the answer to that question is too many to count!  It's well worth the small investment!  If you're a babe on a budget, put them on your wishlist to Santa this year ;)

What do you wear for traveling?  Any tips/travel secrets that you'd like to share?


  1. Im buying these :)... Always looking to get my travel gear on par. What does your husband wear?

    1. yayy! another legging convert :) you'll LOVE them! As for Adams travel style, he's usually in a tee + hoodie {he swears James Perse & AllSaints are the softest} + jeans....guys are easy! He also loves his Tumi T-Pass Business Class Backpack that I bought him a couple years ago for a bday present. It allows you to keep your laptop in a special compartment of your backpack so you don't have to take it out and put it in a bin when going through security {he's kind of a germ-a-phobe when it comes to airports}.

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