- wear under shorts, skirts, or a dress
- wear as bottoms
- wear as work out gear
- wear as pjs or on lazy days
- an easy 1 piece outfit
- wear a top over it and the bottom can show as a skirt
- tuck it into a bottom and it can show as a top
- wear a top or leggings under it for a different look
- wear as a top
- as a layer of an outfit (under or over another piece)
- wear as workout gear
- wear as pjs
Sarong (large sheer wrap):
- wear over swim suit
- wear as a skirt
- wear as a top
- wear as a vest
- wear as a dress
- also can be a scarf, to liven up a plain top
- Skirts can be worn at least 2 ways; as a skirt, or as a top. If the skirt is mid length it will be a cute tunic to wear with leggings. If the skirt is a maxi it can turn into a dress which will give you some of the additional dress options above. Don't be afraid to belt the waist if you need to add shape to a skirt that you're wearing as a top. Great example is in the picture below from the Tanvii blog.
- Oversized Tees can be made into a variety of looks for a top. Wear it long and untucked as a tunic, or tucked into bottoms. Tie a knot in the front, back, or side to change the look and make the oversized tee more fitted. Roll up the sleeves for a muscle tank type of look. Maybe near the end of the trip you may want to change the tee completely and take scissors to it. Do a quick (and permanent) restyle using one of the tutorials found all over the internet and youtube. My suggestion (because it's the easiest) is to simply change the neckline. Check out the pics below from Violet Street blog and Teen to 30 Stuck in Between, as well as their links for even more ways to style an oversized tee.
*Accessories are your friend. They're small additions to luggage but make big impacts on outfits!
As for shoes, I'd stick to one of each type (flat, sandal, flipflop, dress, gym). If you want to bring more than one, the best space saver is a flat (open or closed toe) since they are...flat, thus take up less space. Also, master the art of packing around shoes. Stuff things inside the shoe as well as around heels. Theres a helpful post about picking necessary shoes on Suitcase Secrets where I found this nice pic.
Any ideas I didn't cover? Happy travels!