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Fall in Europe is a wonderful time of year to visit, especially for avoiding summer crowds. We’re sharing our ultimate guide to packing for Europe in fall to help you nail your travel wardrobe. Read on to find out our packing essentials for several major European countries!
Packing for Europe in Fall
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The most important packing tip for Europe in the fall is to check the weather forecast before traveling!
Europe is a diverse region in terms of weather and style. Depending on where you go, fall weather in Europe can be anything from drizzly and cold to warm and sunny. While many people visit Europe in the summer, fall is a great season for visiting this diverse continent.
Fall in Europe runs from September through November, and the weather can be considerably different in September compared to November. No matter where in the continent you visit, you should always be prepared for both warm and chilly days.
Always check the weather forecast before your trip. Once you’ve researched the weather, you can focus on creating a travel capsule wardrobe, which should easily fit in a carry-on suitcase with the help of packing cubes to compress your clothing.
Using tips from our readers, we’ve compiled the ultimate guide to packing for Europe in fall.
Packing List for Europe Fall Travel
BLANKNYC Faux Leather Moto Jacket
England is beautiful in fall. September and October can be so pleasant, with temperatures ranging in the 60s. Rain isn’t as predominant in fall as it is in winter and spring, but you may still need an umbrella.
What to wear in Europe in October is tricky because England starts to get chilly. Winter comes early, and you’ll need some layers to stay warm, especially at night, when temperatures will drop even more.
With the chillier weather, it’s the perfect time to wear your sweaters, beanies, scarves, and boots. Pair an oversized sweater with comfortable jeans and knee-high boots. Layer with a scarf and add a coat or parka in the evenings when it gets colder at night. For a dressier look, pair a long-sleeve blouse with a blazer for day or a coat for evenings, along with heeled booties. Remember: travel clothes for Europe fall adventures can still be warm yet stylish.
Tip: Stick to a leather jacket for early fall days and transition to a heavier coat by the end of the season as it gets closer to winter.
Shop more leather jackets: Nordstrom | Amazon
For more tips, find out what to wear in London year-round!
Blondo Villa Waterproof Ankle Bootie
In autumn, the weather is cool, and Paris is beautiful. Autumn colors create a picturesque setting; however, as in the spring, the seasons are unpredictable. Take advantage of grey skies and pack a vivid pink or red coat for a beautiful picture in front of the Eiffel Tower!
European fall fashion is always in full swing here. Parisians love wearing leather, so use the autumn season to make leather your base. It’s not only waterproof but warm so that you will have added protection from the chill. Consider adding a well-fitted, not boxy leather jacket to your wardrobe. (If you don’t like wearing leather, try faux leather.)
Tights or stockings are ideal to wear underneath shorts or belted dresses. They provide some protection from the elements and modesty in the Parisian streets.
Pant jumpsuits are feminine and chic. Pair them with a tailored blazer for an extra touch of sophistication. Pack one or two basic tees and long sleeve tops to create layers to mix and match your outfits.
And finally, your scarves can add a pop of color to an otherwise neutral wardrobe.
Tip: Ankle booties are perfect for autumn weather and will look great teamed with leather pants or dark jeans.
Shop more waterproof ankle boots: Amazon | Nordstrom
Find out what else to pack for Paris to complete your travel wardrobe!
Early autumn is a great time to visit Austria: the heat and crowds of summer have died down, but it’s pleasantly warm, and most attractions will still be open. When it comes to packing for Europe in September, temperatures in around then tend to be mild and sunny, but you’ll want to pack extra layers for those chilly mornings and evenings. If you’re planning a visit towards the latter end of autumn, be prepared for cold, gray days and the odd shower.
A trench coat is a perfect option for autumn as well as spring. It’ll keep the chill at bay while not being too heavy. Another option would be a lightweight bomber or army-style jacket in a khaki shade—perfect for tossing over a cute dress or jeans.
When it comes to jeans, opt for a crisp black pair—they’re a little more elevated than basic blue denim but are just as comfortable. You don’t have to dress up when visiting a museum or palace, but it’s nice to make a bit more of an effort when your surroundings are so stunning, and black jeans are perfect for that.
Tip: A hat and scarf are great ways to complete your look and add some color and texture to your fall outfit.
Shop more trench coats: Nordstrom | Amazon
For more tips, find out what to wear in Austria year-round!
Taos Womens Star Classic Sneaker | Also available on Taos
The key to a fall packing list for Italy is taking reliable staples because the weather varies depending on the region. For example, the weather is mild, and the days are typically sunny in Venice.
In Milan and Florence, you can expect crisp sunny days with temperatures not getting much colder than 65°F/18°C. Breezes can make evenings a bit chilly, even in the early fall.
To match the cooler temperatures, opt for jeans. If you don’t love a sleek pair of black, white, or wide-leg indigo jeans, opt for a midi-length A-line skirt either in a jewel-toned neutral or a unique pattern. Pleated skirts are always a great option as they’re roomy and fun to twirl around in.
To pair with your mix and match bottoms, pack a few different top options. A thin turtleneck or long-sleeve shirt in cream or other earth tones pairs well with just about everything; If you’ve stuck to neutral colors with your bottom pieces, then pack at least one fun patterned blouse.
Tip: Italy is never the place to wear heels. For fall, we love ankle booties or trendy sneakers.
Shop more fashion sneakers: Nordstrom | Amazon
Check out our packing guide on how to dress like a local in Italy!
Zella Live In High Waist Leggings
During autumn, you will experience mostly rainy weather, with occasionally frosty days, and other days will be warm with plenty of sunshine.
The cooler weather dictates the need for warmer clothes; pick a scarf, but a nice warm woolen one that will keep your chest and neck protected. Jeans serve as the base for any outfit, the darker shades are always best, and the thickness of the jeans will keep your legs warm in the cold chill.
Leggings can also look very stylish for the warmer days as they are not as thick as jeans and come in a variety of different styles and colors. For autumn, a maroon or oxblood color would work nicely and compliment any outfit. Don’t forget a warm coat or jacket and ensure that at least one is waterproof to protect you from the elements, especially the rain.
Tip: Sweaters are fantastic for layering, or if you experience a cool but not frosty day, you can get some lovely wool ones that will keep you warm.
Shop more leggings: Nordstrom | Amazon
Review our guide on what to wear in Germany year-round!
Fall in Sweden is quite picturesque. You’ll find beautiful sunsets over the waterfront skyline, highlighting the historic architecture of old-world Europe. In the fall, your essentials should be chic ankle boots and an awesome pair of dark denim jeans that work for day or night.
During your daytime strolls, opt for layers of natural, warm fabrics like wool. Neutral colors are popular in Stockholm, so if you’d like to fit in like a local, stick to cream, black, beige, and khaki colors.
A backpack is your best friend while exploring Stockholm. Whether you’re working in cafés with your laptop or exploring on foot, a minimalist backpack is a perfect carryall to tote around your necessities. Try a cool black backpack for days exploring Stockholm.
Tip: Rain is widespread in the fall, with September being the wettest month. It’s best always to be prepared with a raincoat, umbrella, and scarf for the varying weather conditions.
Shop more backpacks: Nordstrom | Amazon
For more tips, read our What to Wear in Stockholm guide!
J.Crew Halle Merino Wool Crewneck Sweater
Autumn weather can be unpredictable; it can range from sunny days to rain and even snow. Autumn is a difficult season when deciding what to wear in Switzerland because outdoors is cold, and inside the buildings and public transport, the central heating leaves you hot.
The perfect solution to packing for Europe in October, September, or November is layering in this weather. The season contains short days, and along with the disappearing light comes a noticeable drop in temperature. As you prepare what to wear in Switzerland, be ready for cooler weather.
Layering is essential, so include 3/4 tops and long sleeve tops to suit the weather, you can dress these with a sweater for the warmer days or a jacket or warm coat. A pair of jeans or pants will look stylish with warm and waterproof boots, as these are the perfect companion for any autumn wardrobe, giving an edge to your wardrobe.
Tip: During the evenings, if you wish to be slightly dressier, include a blazer on your Switzerland packing list, as this can be worn with a sleek scarf to create a classy look.
Shop more sweaters: Nordstrom | Amazon
Check out more fashion tips with our What to Pack for Switzerland guide.
UGG Harrison Leather Knee High Boots
Autumn has powerful winds and frequent rain, with a visible drop in temperature. For autumn, you want to ensure you keep warm and dry. Bring a warm jacket to protect you from the wind chill and a trench coat for added warmth.
Layering is once again needed for the colder weather, so add warm wool jerseys, long sleeve tops, and simple plain tees to your look. You can dress these in dark jeans and tailored trousers in darker colors.
Ankle booties, or warmer, calf-length boots are also a great look for the autumn; opt for boots in leather or a faux leather material to ensure that your feet are kept dry and protected from the elements.
Tip: What look is complete without accessories? Accessorize with bright scarves in patterns and shades that best suit your personality and make you feel most comfortable.
Shop more knee high boots: Nordstrom | Amazon
Find out what to wear in Ireland no matter what region you’re visiting!
Camii Mia Outdoor Hiking Fleece Pants
Fall in Norway can be very unpredictable, with the early fall months feeling closer to summer with sunny skies while the later months can feel more like winter with snow. For warmer days, you can stick to lightweight trousers and blouses. Don’t forget to take rainboots and a rain jacket in case it rains.
When the weather begins to cool down, you’ll want to layer up with sweaters and jackets. Merino wool thermals are an absolute must for cold vacations, as they stay warm, dry, and last ages without a wash.
Jeans are fantastic for cold, dry weather, but shouldn’t be worn if there is lots of snow or rain since they take a long time to dry. Instead, think about packing quick-drying travel pants that will keep you toasty and can last a few days without needing a wash.
Tip: Both short and tall boot styles are commonly worn around the city. Be sure to bring along a waterproof pair to withstand the rain.
Shop more travel pants: Athleta | Amazon
See our complete packing list for Norway, so you know what to bring on your trip!
Russia’s fall can either be a delayed summer or early winter, meaning you may need to be prepared for varied weather conditions. Whatever you end up wearing, make sure your clothes are clean and neat, and that there are no flashy colors or over-the-top prints.
For warmer days, opt for a maxi dress paired with flats. Add a cardigan for cooler evenings. When it gets closer to winter weather, wear some wooly tights to keep your legs nice and warm. Don’t be afraid to double up on tights, too. You can use this trick for any cold-weather destination using tights of different thicknesses. Here are some tips on how to layer dresses!
Pack several scarves as these are ideal for accessorizing and can be used to cover up if you’re planning on doing some church visits (your head will need to be covered when entering churches). Opt for a versatile and fashionable blanket scarf that’s both practical and on-trend, too.
Tip: Some museums and churches might refuse service or admission if the shoulders and knees are uncovered. We also recommend avoiding jean cutoffs and tank tops, as they may get unwanted attention.
Shop more midi dresses: Nordstrom | Amazon
Find out what to pack and what not to pack for Russia!
Eddie Bauer Girl On The Go Insulated Trench Coat
Fall is the time of cold wind and heavy rainfall, but it can still offer some days of sunshine. You’ll be seeing the trees with colorful leaves and taking long walks through the parks. Take an umbrella or a raincoat (which is also windproof) with you.
When it comes to what to pack for Europe in November, when it can get quite chilly, layering is essential. You can’t go wrong with long pants, a nice sweater, comfortable boots, and a scarf. Instead of a sweater, you can opt for a long shirt and a waterfall cardigan.
Wear long pants. Dutch women love wearing jeans. Make sure your pants are also comfortable when riding a bike! For shoes, try sneakers, comfortable ankle boots, or long boots with flat heels. Make sure they’re water-resistant!
Tip: Take a trench coat or a black leather jacket with you, and opt for one in a neutral color, so it matches anything you wear.
Shop more water-resistant jackets: Nordstrom | Amazon
Before packing for your trip, check out what to wear in the Netherlands!
Hush Puppies Chaste Ballet Flats
Fall is much brighter than gloomy winter in Spain and a perfect time to wear warm hues like oranges, reds, and yellows and layer with cozy separates like flannel shirts, leather pants, and denim jackets.
You likely won’t need a full hat-gloves-scarf set, but a floppy wool hat and stylish blanket scarf should be enough to keep you cozy, especially at night. Go for a tee as your base with a cardigan or button-up shirt as a layering item. If it gets too warm, you can wear your jacket just with the base, or if it gets too cold, you can wrap up the layering item and close up your coat for extra warmth.
It is not practical or comfortable to wear heels in Spain, regardless of the season. Most local women don’t wear them out at night either, so you still feel stylish and appropriate in booties or flats.
Tip: Avoid packing a bulky winter jacket by wearing lots of layers instead. A faux fur vest will keep you warm and stylish as you explore Spain in fall.
Shop more flats: Nordstrom | Amazon
Find out what to pack for your trip to Spain so you can match the local style!
Jescakoo Casual Wrap V Neck Dress
Even though it’s fall, it will remain warm on your trip to Greece until November. Autumn is not definable as a season between summer and winter; however, the temperatures do fluctuate, with the possibility of rain.
Similar to as you’d wear in spring, bring jeans and smart Capri trousers in darker shades that you can team with bright tank tops and blouses for the warmer days and long sleeve shirts and 3/4 tops for cooler days. Bring a light jacket for the evenings to ward off the chill.
Accessorize your outfit with sunglasses and a chic sun hat. Skirts and shorts are perfect to wear during the day with ankle boots. Black is a great color choice because you can wear it with anything, and it’s forgiving in regards to dirt.
Tip: Fall in Greece is very similar to its spring weather. You would need minimal variation in your packing, if any, with perhaps the addition of a waterproof jacket and a scarf.
Shop more dress: Nordstrom | Amazon
Get a complete packing list in our What to Wear in Greece guide!
How Editor-In-Chief Alex Dresses for Europe in Fall
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Watch this video to start learning how to organize with packing cubes!
How to Pack Your European Fall Wardrobe
Packing for two weeks in Europe fall time is easy with slim packing cubes. This allows you to travel carry-on only for all the clothes you intend to bring, and it saves so much space!
We put together a five-part YouTube series showing the different methods to use packing cubes for travel. If you use this specific packing strategy, packing cubes can also compress your belongings. This is the secret to traveling carry-on only!
Printable Travel Checklist
Download our FREE printable and editable travel checklist! You can click here to access the file. You can also download the print-friendly PDF version here.
You can also click the image below to open the editable file.
The travel checklist features unique categories to help you pack for your trip efficiently, including a list of things to bring on vacation and other helpful reminders. It includes all the items listed in various categories above and has spaces where you can fill in your own information. (Make sure to follow the directions at the top of the spreadsheet!)
What are your tips on packing for Europe in fall? Share and comment below!
For more Europe packing tips, please read:
- Backpack Vs Suitcase: Which is Right for My Trip to Europe?
- Ultimate Guide to The Best Travel Purse for Europe
- Money Belts and Anti-Theft Travel Accessories
- 10-Step Packing Guide for Europe
- What to Wear in Europe: Packing List for Every Destination
Suggested travel resources:
- Lonely Planet Europe on a Shoestring
- How to Choose the Best Shoes for Europe
- The Best Carry-on Suitcases for Europe
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I love your packing lists! They reduce the uncertainty of “what ifs” and give me a lot of confidence and keep me from overpacking!
The ladies here at Travel Fashion Girl are so helpful and generous with their hints and travel tricks. I look forward to reading the new posts everyday.
Thank you for the great info!
Heading to Europe in October! A lot of great and useful information here. Thanks!
This is the BEST!!!!! I always come here for the best packing advice. Europe, here I come!
Thank you so much. I am struggling with figuring out what to pack for 5 days in Barcelona, then 2 days in Paris and 2 days in Amsterdam! I love the idea of a capsule wardrobe and layers. I am trying to figure what is going to work and look cute with my body type (age 40, ex athlete post 2 large babies). I want to feel good about my fashion on this getaway with my sister!
Thank you for the ideas! I’m struggling with shoes for my fall trip to Italy and appreciate the ideas!
When I started preparing my trip to Italy in 2019, I used your packing lists and Italy vacation wardrobe suggestions. I was able to put together a wardrobe that fit in a carryon with no problem at all! Thank You!
I love the country-by-country tips by season. Thank you!
Reading these blog posts and tips is addictive! So much great advice and some very helpful links. Your guidance has made planning my upcoming trip abroad much less stressful, especially your packing tips. I have learned so much from Travel Fashion Girl! Thank you!
I picked up a wonderful light fall jacket by FLEX at Kohl”s.
Thank you for such an informative article. We are planning a cruise next October from Paris to Normandy. This article is very helpful. I love all the information on this site.
TFG is without a doubt my best find of 2022! Have learned about packing cubes, travel pants, personal bags, toiletry finds and so much more! Looking forward to putting it all to use in Italy soon! Thank you TFG and fellow travelers!
i appreciate your 2022 packing tips update! traveling the mediteranean in november and getting my ducks 🤣🤣aka clothes)all lined up..
Thank you for creating the TFG community. I have a girls trip to Paris in early October
Looking forward to traveling to France in spring of 2023 and will use some of the fall tips! Thanks so much for the fashion tips!
Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge with us for the past 10 years! I have been here following along since the very beginning and have learned so much from you. I so appreciate you and this TFG group.
Thank you for all your fabulous information. I am heading to the Greek Islands, London, Spain and Portugal in October. I’ll take a lightweight wool sweater and a light jacket, do you think I’ll need anything heavier than that?
Planning a trip to Europe in the fall so thank you for all the helpful tips and information! Always my go to site when planning for a trip 🙂
Thank you! Your tips are helping me to plan our trip to Italy for our son’s wedding in October. Packing light is a necessity since we must bring wedding clothes for this glam affair! So the remainder of our clothes for our two weeks need to be strategically planned. Packing cubes are a must! The wardrobe capsule is my anchor. Keep up the great work so packing isn’t so much work for us! Congrats on 10 years.
Thank you for all the helpful formation you provide, and also for keeping this group so supportive and friendly!
Can’t wait to finally travel again and actually have a plan in place!
Can’t wait to finally travel again with a real plan in place!!
I find wonderful ideas for travel and packing in Travel Fashion Girl as I prepare for my trip to Italy in October.
Thanks for the guides for the different countries. Since we are doing a fall European cruise, we will be visiting several different countries, so your tips will be very handy!
I love traveling to Europe in the fall! Venice, Florence, and Rome were perfect in October, requiring few layers. Vienna and Budapest were also temperate. Prague was cooler with a heavy rain. I wore suede athletic shoes liberally sprayed with a waterproofing material that kept everything dry, so I did not take another pair.
This feature is exactly why I needed as I’m preparing for a trip to Germany this fall. I love the mix of fashion tips and useful practical advice.
Thank you, it’s really helpful for planning my next trip at autumn.
I’ve been following this blog and Facebook group for several years and have learned so many great tips for our international travels. This is excellent advice for Fall travel to Europe. I especially like the printed packing list.
Thank you for the detailed notes on each country! This provides so much more insight than average high/low/rainfall. Making notes on where to go this autumn for the best chance of pretty weather!
I’m going for three weeks in November. Can’t decide which capsule to use buy I’m going to try a carryon for the first time. Wish me luck!
I’m going for three weeks in November. Can’t decide which capsule to use buy I’m going to try a carryon for the first time. Wish me luck!
Thank you this is very helpful. Traveling to Paris and Florence November/December. Deciding on what shoes etc to bring. Also plan on buying shoes and a leather jacket in Italy.
So glad I found your site, it’s so informative and helpful. I am in several travel Facebook groups and frequently recommend it to people seeking tips and advice.
Your posts and guides assisted me in a successful 5 week CARRY ON ONLY trip to Europe this summer! Thank you’
Long time reader here and I love traveling to Europe in the fall! On my last trip to London and Paris, I loved my faux leather jacket and having the excuse to buy beautiful scarves in Paris!
Can’t wait to put these tips into action during my two fall trips: Italy and Spain. I’ve learned so much over the years from this community!
I booked my 2nd trip to Italy and I’m so excited my wardrobe has become more versatile and wrinkle resistant since last time thanks to TFG. It’s going to be easier to pack even lighter this time!
Very helpful as are most of your posts. Thank you!
This is just great info–thanks so much!
Thank you it really helps in outfit planning for my next trip.
I wish I would have found your blog before I went to Europe – the clothing I packed screamed “tourist” (jeans and tennies in Paris) and I packed way more clothes than I needed. I learned a lot from you since then and hope my husband takes me back soon. This time I’ll know what (and what not!) to pack!
So many useful tips as I am one month away from a trip to France & Italy. We will finally be hiking the trails of Cinque Terre. This.presents a bit of a packing challenge to include clothes for several days of hiking and clothes for Paris.
Thank you for so many great suggestions
I’ve been traveling abroad for many years and found the TFG blog when researching what to pack for my second trip to Paris, just about 10 years ago so happy anniversary! Here I am again planning another trip to my favorite city but for the fall the first time (I’ve been in winter, spring, and summer) and TFG is still my trusted source for packing tips. I have a lighter weight wool pink coat I typically reserve for spring, but I may try the suggestion above and pack it for fall this time if the weather is cool enough. Thank you for the many years of style.
Blondo Villa Waterproof Ankle Bootie are the best. Really comfortable and look great. Thank you Travel Fashion Girl!
Thank you for providing such awesome and helpful info! Makes packing for a trip so much easier and more fun! Love the community here!
My next trip to Ireland will be a Fall Trip! I love that TFG has so many suggestions. TFG helped me pack for my last trip- in a carry on. (This was a miracle!)
Thank you for all of the great tips and valuable information. I just returned from a 2-week trip to Europe after traveling there with only carry on luggage holding lots of compression packing cubes. My husband said, “How did you get all of those outfits in that bag!” The best part was making it to our river cruise with a flight through the Amsterdam airport chaos with all of our luggage. Thanks again for your excellent posts!
I’ve been traveling to Europe since the age of 4. My Mom was the master packer and I learned so much from her. But we always checked the max size bag (all the gifts to and fro!) But this site and group is my Mom on steroids!
Now I only take carry on size! I may check it occasionally, but it’s so much nicer to schlep around less stuff!
These are great tips for my upcoming trip to Europe in October s
Even though I think a am pretty good at packing light, I always learn a new tip or trick when I read one of your posts. I am so glad that I found TFG. Thank you.
So happy to be part of this community. I have gotten so many wonderful tips. I can’t wait to travel and use them all.
Thank you so much for the insight into best clothes to wear while visiting different countries in the fall! This is really helpful information ❤️
I have learned so much from your site! I’m preparing for a Spain and Portugal trip this fall and all of the recommendations from your articles have helped so much! Thank you!
I have to admit, I let a lot of emails go straight to trash but not this one! I anxiously await the suggestions and links contained in every post! Thank you for helping to make all my future vacations stylish and easy!
Where have you been all my life? So many amazing tips!
I love this website!! I am obsessed with all the tips and I hope I can successfully pack carry on only for my trip to London in September!!
Heading to Germany for the month of September! It’s always the toughest “in-between month” for me, will definitely use some of these suggestions.
I’m leaving for a 12 day trip to London, Paris, Florence, & Rome in exactly 4 weeks, this is so helpful to me!!
This list helped me immensely when paring down to necessities. I’m a total carry-on girl and the ideas I got here kept me moving easily! Thanks, TFG!
I am so happy I found your site. I am preparing to travel in November and I am finding your content so helpful. Thank you
Great packing ideas. I can’t wait to go bank to Italy.
Love all the valuable info. The packing cubes have been a real game changer for me. Looking forward to putting this information to use on our next trip!
Fall is my favorite time to visit Europe! Thanks for such a thoughtfully curated packing guide broken down by each country. Next stop this October: Portugal! Have printed my TFG packing list and feel better prepared to pack the right clothing. Thanks for all you do for us travel-loving ladies!
Excited to use these tips for my trip to London and Paris in October! Packing cubes have been such a game changer for packing light 🙂
Alex since discovering your website a couple years ago, my husband and I continue to reference it and go back to it years later. We have used your recs and your products for Italy, Morocco, England, Brussels, and we will be using them again this fall for our 10 yr anniversary. Thank you for creating such a wealth of knowledge and sharing it.
I have been traveling all over the world for decades, and just stumbled on this blog a few weeks ago. I wish I had found this sooner as I’m a heavy packer. This year, my goal is 20 lbs only in my suitcase and your tips help so much.
One request…your fashion picks don’t really work for someone with an apple shape. I’d love a post about travel fashion for the larger woman.
These tips helped me so much when I went to Hungary last October!! Thank you!
We are leaving for Germany at the end of the month. Usually, we visit in the summer months, so this post was perfect!
I’m happy I found this as I’m traveling to Italy in late October. I am so used to packing for summer travels that I forget I may need to consider pants! Already planning my outfits and can’t wait to share with the group.
Love the tips for seasonal packing in Greece. We’re off there this winter and I’ll definitely use these for planning my travel wardrobe.
I really needed this! I am going to Europe in October for my wedding (!!!) and have never been abroad in the fall before. Thank you 🙂
You are a joy to read. Your descriptions and tips are almost like taking a “mental vacation”!!! Thanks for the links and lists. I’m so glad I found you and your fun, helpful community.
Regardless of destination I swear by my Compass Rose packing cubes. They keep me super organized and I love their shape. Thanks Alex!
Out of all of the travel blogs I’ve read, I keep coming back to Travel Fashion Girl. The clothing/bag recommendations are always good and match my own personal style. Most of my recent clothing purchases have been from this website and my gallery is filled with screenshots for future purchases.
Going to Greece this fall. Thanks for the helpful tips!
As we are leaving for a 12-day trip to Sicily in October, this post was very timely. I feel that it will be tricky to achieve the perfect balance since it is fall, and while temps will be cooler than in the summer, it will still be pleasant. So, do I act like the Italians who dress for the season and not the temperature? It’s a conundrum and the only thing I am certain of is to pack layers. Thanks for all your tips and … Happy Anniversary!
I started traveling internationally 7 years ago and have found the TFG posts invaluable!! Always an “overpacker,” I was beside myself thinking of living out of a suitcase for 2 weeks. But all the legwork was done for me so I was able pack appropriately – and use of packing cubes is a godsend! Thanks TFG!
You’ve provided such valuable information about travel, packing and the “best of everything” which has made it easier to prepare for trips. Absolutely love everything about Travel Fashion Girl