One of the biggest decisions we have to make in our lives, is where to take our itchy feet with our precious time off. Once you have thrown a dart at the map on your wall, read and reread tripadvisor reviews, and finally settled on a location, another question bubbles up, what to wear when you get there? Don’t worry we have the Top 5 Places You Need To Visit & What To Wear When You Get There, so panic packing will become a distant memory. So grab your passport we are about to begin on our world-wind tour of Planet Earth starting with the City Of Light.
Paris, France You can’t visit the city of Paris without popping by to see the Eiffel Tower after all it is the world’s most visited paid monument. If that is too mainstream for yourself, and want to take a walk on the wild side, why not consider a catacombs tour underneath Paris. The perfect pair of quirky footwear to step out in has to be the Converse All Star 70’s in Polka Dot. Whilst perusing the cobbled streets through the Latin Quarter wearing a statement piece of Ami or two, is a tipping of the beret to the founder Alexandre Mattiussi. So grab some contemporary wardrobe staples with a Parisian twist for your visit.
Reykjavik, Iceland The world’s most Northern city, not only is it a hub for the culture and arts scene, but it is surrounded with the strong force of nature, with silvery seas, the luminous snow falls and regular displays of the captivating Northern Lights, making it a postcard winter get away. Brave the elements with the Canada Goose Chateau Parka, constructed with expert Arctic Tech textile that is designed to stay dry in extreme conditions and climates, this piece is guaranteed to keep you protected from the weather under any circumstance. Which is perfect to deal with the ideal conditions to see the Northern Lights, the Aurora activity is high when it’s cold and dark outside. Another key piece need for hunting out Aurora is the Moncler St Veran Boots with their durable premium leather upper.
New York, USA New York, New York, so good they named it twice. If you are itching to take a bite out of all the Big Apple has to offer, a must tick on your bucket list has to be Coney Island. Ride the historic Cyclone roller-coaster, with a 85-foot drop at its highest point overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. With the Luna Park filled to the brim in bold retro graphics the perfect t-shirt has to be the TSPTR New York City with its 70’s Peanut print. The ultimate tourist hot spot has to be Times Square, where you will be inundated with Broadway Shows, bars & restaurants, there’s not enough hours in the day to do it all, but luckily it is the city that never sleeps, the TSTPR Coach Jacket will carry you right through the night.
Dublin, Ireland Home of the pints of the black stuff, undoubtedly Ireland’s most recognisable brand. The Guinness Storehouse may no longer be part of the active brewery but its is steeped in rich history, the advertising floor filled with its famous imaginative marketing is an absolute must. When stumbling up Temple Bar’s cobbled streets you will need a pair of timeless Chelsea boots like the Grenson Jacob in Tan, to see you from day to night. Unlock the treasures & stories of Ireland’s capital with one of their walking tours available, and unearth some of the breathtaking street art, make sure you layer up with Norse Projects Bomber Jacket, as you never know when a sun-shower will break.
Copenhagen, Denmark One of Europe’s oldest cities, a thriving metropolitan culture and constantly ranked as the happiest city in the world. But it is Europe‘s third most expensive city, and covered with glittering Michelin stars despite its small size. Travelling on a budget? Head to Kompagnistraede and Laederstraede for Copenhagen’s “food street” with several decent eateries. Take a stroll around Nyhavn Harbour in Filling Pieces Low Top Trainers and blend in with the Danish flair for design with the Our Legacy Flower Shirt.