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I was chaperoning a school trip to Greece for spring break so that mean that I needed to dress modestly (although I normally do) and be ready for long days out on guided tours. I can safely say I packed literally perfectly for this trip and only did not use one long sleeved shirt that I brought! All in a carry on bag too 🙂 BUT because my husband (aka personal photographer) wasn’t there I sometimes forget to take a good outfit photo per day. 😦
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I kept it simple in this department with nice quality t-shirts and loose blouses:
- 1 grey short sleeved shirt
- 1 Chambray button-up shirt
- 2 tank tops
- 1 white long sleeved shirt
- 2 black long sleeved shirt
- 1 blue & red blouse
- 1 black & white blouse
- 1 green sweater shirt
I stuck to the navy & white scheme with my pants. I brought a pair of high-wasted loose pants (I’m sure they have an official name…idk), I also packed to pairs of skinny denim: one blue and the other white. This is the second time I have risked wearing white pants abroad and I have not been disappointed!
I brought a gorgeous mustard colored mid-length skirt that got lots of love when in Ephesus. Little did I know that day I had a bunch of trip participants taking pictures of me taking pictures. 🙂 lol
Soooo there was a dress I have literally been dying to wear while in Greece, specifically in Mykonos or Santorini. And I did actually wear it on both islands and then proceeded to get NO PHOTOS of me in said dress. The photo above is from Mexico last year but you get the idea. I also brought a lovely, lovely rose faux-wrap dress that I paired with a jean jacket and a navy maxi dress.
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My beige Sperrys were my best friends on this trip! I alternated between them and my other shoes every day (sometimes twice a day). I brought a pair of wedges just in case we had a fancy night out. Used them once; I’m not mad.
One piece of jewelry was really special for my to bring on this trip, it was a turquoise necklace my mom got on her honeymoon in Greece! It was like a homecoming trip. 🙂 Other jewelry I brought included:
- Silver hoop earrings
- 1 short silver necklace
- 1 short gold “statement” necklace
- 1 pair of pearl earrings
I also brought my same trusty scarf, another lightweight one that I didn’t really use much, and a headband/buff for my crazy non-showered hair. In the jacket department I only brought a mustard-colored cardigan that I lost on day 2 😦 and a jean jacket.