Nice. You are headed out for your Roman Holiday, lucky!! Well, as per usual I want to help you look chic and not out of place when you go abroad. So let’s get to it and discuss and figure out what you need to pack for your Rome Vacation.
To go along with my previous post on a Travel Guide Of Things To Do In Rome we discussed how there is something so magical about Roma. With that being said the Roman women lend to that mystique and dress pretty upscale. Well at least in comparison to what you see in America. This doesn’t mean you have to wear a Ball Gown wherever you go. You just need to look clean and neat. So take notes and enjoy your What To Wear Packing Guide for Rome!!
Rome Vacation Packing List
When I was in Rome I noticed neutrals was a big thing but that does make since. If you start with the basics in the color palette, then you can go and add on pops of color. Be that may a throw scarf, pants or lipstick. And yes lipstick seemed to be everywhere and it had to be Red. If it wasn’t red they were usually bare-lipped. This also goes for the hair. Either the ladies straighten their hair to be bone straight. Or they let their natural thick wavy hair just flow about which I absolutely loved. It was so carefree. Below then is my little cheat sheet of What and What Not to Wear In Rome
What To Wear
- Straw hat
- Breathable dresses made out of cotton or rayon
- Layer your clothes for those chilly nights
- Neutral colors
- Flowy Dresses
- Neutral Shapes
- Leather Jacket
- Aviator Sunglasses
- Boots If you go in the Winter
- Small Purse
- Baggy clothes
- Super tight clothing
- Bright Obnoxious Color
- Logo T-shirts (Like of Your Favorite Football Team)
Now I’m a Visual Girl So Below I’m going to show you some Instagrammable worthy Globetrotters that got it right. By the way, I do this for my trips every time. I go on Pinterest or Insta and see what people are wearing because it aids me on how to pack.
So there you go a Packing Guide Of What To Wear In Rome. Do you have any more suggestions for this destination? Comment or share your own tips. Or let’s connect socially! Follow me on my social platforms. See you there!