Packing for travel is a truly artistic form and can be the difference between a carefree vacation and scrambling to buy supplies at a local store. You don’t really want to go on a trip that isn’t ready, and it really depends on your destination, and more importantly, the time of the year you’ll be traveling. Traveling in the spring has many advantages, as many destinations have pretty nice weather to experience in the spring.
Editor Travel and leisure We have created a list of the trips you need for your spring trip. Who should I trust? These picks will help you make the most enjoyable trip. So what are these items?
Columbia Women’s Arcadia II Rain Jacket
Sky Shaman, Assistant Editor in general Travel and leisure I shared that this is going to her item. She states: “Warm rain like a summer shower in Florida requires gear to keep you dry without overheating. I’ve had this lightweight Colombian rain jacket for over a decade and it’s still durable. The brand makes such a great, durable gear! It’s also ultra-compact and rolled up into one of its own zippered hand pockets, so you keep it in your backpack pocket every time you travel. It’s easy to protect against unexpected rainfall. It’s one of my travel staples and has kept me dry in a variety of situations, from downtown floods to tropical rainforest hikes. “
Outdoor voice rib flared pants
Madeline Diamond, Associate E-Commerce Editor, said: I’ve been hanging in one pair for years, so it’s time to update my wardrobe. I love the look of outdoor voice pants with a high waist fit and delicate lettuce hem. In addition, it has a pocket, which is perfect for storing keys and masks when you leave the house. It is also made of soft, stretchy ribbed fabric with UPF 50+ protection, making it ideal for spring and summer walks and hikes. “
Brook linen artist series beach towel
Assistant Editor Scott Bay said: In anticipation of the sun around the corner, I had to catch it. The quality of the material is top notch — and you can’t wait to stand out with the neon green towels that promote the New York icon. “