Travel Tip of the Day: Dress for the Weather

Plane ClothesDress for the Weather
When going to warm destinations, wear your warm clothes on the plane since plane cabins tend to be heavily air conditioned and then change into a pair of shorts just before/after landing to maximize your comfort. I did this on my most recent trip to Hawaii and when we stepped off the plane, I looked so much more comfortable than everyone else still bundled up in their winter gear in the hot Hawaii sun.



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1 Comment on "Travel Tip of the Day: Dress for the Weather"

  1. Good call. Also, my rule is to always bring one “opposite weather” outfit, just in case the warm location has a chilly day, or the freezing locale has a heat wave.

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