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How to look good when traveling

When traveling on a plane, or sitting for a long time on a trip by car, bus or train, it is easy to end up looking tired and disheveled by jet lag, tiredness, and being long sitting in a small area. Still, looking good while traveling is not impossible and the suggestions here will help you look good at the end of your trip.

1.-Start by avoiding additional stress. Even before you go on a trip, make sure you have everything you need with plenty of time in advance so you do not start your trip by being nervous. For example, pack well before you leave and be sure to leave all your homework complete, such as closing your house, canceling papers, organizing accounts, etc. Having these worries in your head once you go can lead to distress, so make sure you get everything resolved on time. In addition, give yourself plenty of time to get to the starting point, or if you go in your car, get to your destination. Having extra time is not wasted time; you can read, sigh with relief that you did everything without hurrying and just resting.

2. Make sure you sleep well. Something smart you can do is drink coffee.

3. Choose clothes that are comfortable and stylish at the same time. Wear a pair of tight-fitting workout pants so you can be comfortable while you look a little presentable. These trousers are available for both men and women. However, if you do not like them, you can look for travel pants at sports stores, you probably have more comfortable but fashionable options. Wear a blouse / shirt that is not tight, but wear a sweater with you (the planes are usually cold).

4.-Stick to clothes in neutral color and accessories for some color. All your shirts should go with all your pants.

5. Never wear new shoes on a trip. Limping is not attractive. Wear shoes that you can take off easily (you may have to remove them from the airport for safety reasons). Wear socks, so your feet do not get cold. (And so you do not have any odor problems when you have to remove them for safety!).