Hi if there is anyone out there that can help me sort out what type of clothes to pack? im heading on spirit of europe tour in 3 weeks and just not sure what type of clothes to pack should I back for aussie winter? do i need many going out clothes?[br]look foward to some feedback[br]thanks guys
Hi I have just finished packing for my trip. I recommend the bare essentials I managed to get my pack to 12 kgs including sleeping bag and clothes I will be wearing.[br]Often things have more than one use as well and layering clothes will save you taking all warm clothing.[br]If you wanted to leave space for any purchases also pack your bag with the daypack at the bottom of it, so you know there is spare space.[br]Also I would say packing for Aussie winter is a good idea but make sure you have some summery clothes as well.[br]Hope this helps, I’m sure I can provide more help but I’ve gone a little brain dead tonight.[br][br]Have a great trip[br][br]Mike
Hey Chick,[br][br]I’ve packed chiffon tops that will layer over long sleeve T shirts if I need to keep warm, and they’re light enough if it gets hot. I also have two skirts, leggings, jeans and a few going out clothes. I bought a thermal 100% water proof jacket though from Snowgum just in case, black of course so it goes with my going out clothes! I’m taking my sleeping bag, my pillow and towels too! [br]My best friend reckons sewing a king size flat sheet up the side so that it makes a sleeping bag/sheet is a good idea too - it can be washed rather than sleeping in a sleeping bag for a month. Just a thought? I’m thinking of taking a little black dress for the Casino in Monaco, it’s one that shouldn’t crease too much! I think the hardest thing is culling - 20kg isn’t much, especially when you want to take a straightener, hair dryer etc! LOL[br][br]Jacinta
I have gone through this same problem with a few of the girls on my tour. I ended up with a few basics like jeans & black pants that can be dollied up for the pub or a night out with a nice top and heels. Also packed my black cardy which may sound nana but will make a t-shirt warmer and is really light. Hope this helps! I definitely feel your pain!