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Dressing for Travelling

Whether you’re planning on long term travel or simply just heading away on holiday for a few weeks it can be difficult to know just what to and what not to pack when it comes to men’s clothes and fashion essentials. Take inspiration from the summer collection from designers available at Boudi and then look to work these into your wardrobe, but remember to try and pack light, simple is always best in these instances! It’s much easier, especially when travelling for a lengthy period to be carrying as few items as possible! If you do prefer to have a variety of items to choose from then go for those that are lightweight, for example chinos and shorts take up much less space than one pair of jeans.

Dressing for traveling

Dressing for traveling


Chinos are a great alternative to jeans when travelling, the lightweight material not only means they are easier to pack but they are also more comfortable in the warmer climates. In addition to chinos you will also need shorts and there is plenty to choose from but once again we would recommend chino shorts over the denim options. Choose neutral colours, light colours perfect for hot temperatures are stone or pastel shades and these will create an effortless on trend look when teamed with the latest t-shirts and shirts!


Sunglasses should be considered an essential, not just for style but also for the health and safety of your eyes. Increased sunlight and UV rays could damage your eyes and sunglasses are the easiest way to prevent this and ensure you are more comfortable whilst still remaining completely on-trend!

Polo Shirts

Designer polo shirts have long been considered a wardrobe essential for everyday wear, easy to dress both up and down and this versatility has made them a consistent favourite in our wardrobe with no sign of them moving out! Go for neutral or colour block designs so you have as many potential outfit combinations as possible!

Is there anything else you would pack that we have missed out?

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