Although it may not be warm enough to walk around barelegged, this is no reason for ladies not to wear a skirt or a dress. In fact, this is one of the most practical pieces you could pack. Tights or leggings take up much less space than trousers so throw in a few pairs and just match them up with some light dresses in natural fibres that will see you through the day without getting too hot and bothered.
Mid-length or ¾ length sleeves are the perfect choice for March through to May. Jersey material is stretchy and won’t crease much. Ever fashionable shapes are the wrap dress or tight-fitted bodycon. For added warmth in the chilly morning and evening hours, bring along two cardigans in different colours so you feel like you’re wearing something different every day.
It might be a bit windy so grab a shawl or scarf that works to nicely jazz up an outfit too. A big shawl can double up as a ‘cardigan’ or wrap if you think it’s really too warm to bring that extra layer with you during the day. Northern destinations might require a few extra items.
Spring arrives later to Scandinavia and the Baltics, for example, so a jacket is likely to be a much appreciated addition to your travel wardrobe. Bring along something light, such as a thin anorak, or pack a leather jacket that’s thick enough to let you throw it on straight over a dress, skipping the cardigan layer. Women’s leather jackets come in shapes and sizes to suit every personal style, be it classically feminine or 90s-inspired grunge.Image Source : Pinterest