Want to See the World but Don’t Think It’s Possible to Travel Without Your Entire Shoe Collection? This Article Is Here to Help!


Every serious fashionista knows that it’s important to look your best at every moment of the day. Of course, this sentiment often prohibits many fashionistas from traveling the world and exploring international fashions because they simply don’t think that they can fit everything they need for a weekend away into a carry on sized bag.

Especially their shoes!

If this sounds like you, below are some great tips to help you pack just the right amount of shoes you will need for a range of destinations into a carry on sized bag. And don’t worry, there won’t be any tips about leaving all of your shoes behind and going barefoot!

Hiking Through a Rainforest

There are few adventures more relaxing than hiking through a rainforest. And a tropical climate destination is the perfect place to do it! However, if you aren’t careful you can see yourself injured in no time! For this reason, pack the following:

  • Slip-proof hiking boots/Waterproof boots
  • Sneakers
  • Good-quality sandals

The reason for the sandals is because you won’t want to wear your hiking boots when you are exploring the towns, but it will also be too wet to wear your sneakers (or indoor use during your travel). If you don’t have a pair of sandals which are up to the task, the Groupon Coupons page for Forever 21 can help you out before you travel.

The Snow

Are you lucky enough to be visiting the snow? If yes, you will need to take a different range of shoes. Keep the following:

  • Waterproof/Hiking Boots
  • Good-quality sneakers
  • Dress Shoes

Remember that you will get your snow boots when you arrive so you won’t’ have to pack them. However, don’t forget to pack nice shoes. The reason for this is because the majority of your vacation time will be spent socializing, given that limited daylight hours will restrict the amount of snow-based activity you can and will undertake during your time away.

Wet Weather

If you love traveling during the wet seasons, whether it’s for personal enjoyment or to keep your travel costs down, then you will need to make sure you are prepared with the following shoes:

  • Waterproof/Hiking Boots
  • A good-quality pair of sneakers
  • A good-quality pair of sandals

Given than you will be wearing your sneakers for the majority of the time you aren’t hiking it’s important that they are good quality and can offer you some level of water protection or resistance. If they don’t have a lot of grip left on the bottom of the shoe, consider getting a new pair before you travel.

Just because you’re not allowed to fill a suitcase with shoes doesn’t mean that you can’t travel the world and see all of the fashions that it has to offer! You simply just need to minimize what you take by sticking with the tips in the article above.

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