When it comes to my tourist “uniform” I subscribe to three major schools of thought: it needs to be comfortable (that means no tight pants, itchy fabrics or blister-inducing shoes), it has to have layers (especially if I’m outside a lot, like we were in Savannah) and it should be casual (because walking around the city in some fancy dress would garner a few stares).
This look, which I threw on for our main “tourist-y” day in Savannah, hit the trifecta. My old faithful chambray kept me warm during the cooler morning hours, and my boots (which I seriously recommend) were comfortable to walk the whole city in all day–quite the feet (HA. See what I did there?).
Can we also talk about how I’m pretty sure the whole city of Savannah was specially designed for outfit photos (I mean I’m joking, but only kind of…)? There are so many pretty quiet streets, intricate house facades and ivy-covered walls. Plus, no one gives you nasty stares like they do here in New York City. Definitely an upgrade.