Friday, May 30, 2008

Dressing for a Road Trip

"Automobile travel permits the smallest and most easy-to-care-for wardrobe, especially if you use car cases that hang straight in the back seat. Wear a full skirt, which does not bind the way slacks might, and will also be acceptable wherever you stop to eat or sleep. At the end of a long stretch on the road, you'll feel less fatigued if you look presentable when you get out of the car. It's human nature. . .

The elements are at you every moment in a car, so protect your head, skin, and eyes with attractive covering."

--Anne Fogarty, Wife Dressing: The Fine Art of Being a Well-Dressed Wife

4 comments:

Mrs. Rabe said...

What great advice!

Claire said...

The elements are at you every moment in a car, so protect your head, skin, and eyes with attractive covering.

Oooh, this makes me want to get a Biggles flying hat with earflaps and goggles, like an old-fashioned aviatrix!

good_to_be_home said...

Sounds good to me!!

Jendi said...

So true! I usually even go so far as trying to wear a cotton dress because then I don't have a waistband digging in to me.

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