Motorcycle trips can be fun and exciting. This form of transportation allows you a unique way to explore the country up close and personally, but it can make it hard to remain feminine while traveling. Fortunately, whether you are riding on your own or as someone’s passenger, you can still have a comfortable trip and feel like a lady. The trick is in knowing how to pack.
An Outfit for Every Occasion
Luggage space is limited on a motorcycle. Pick your ladies motorcycle clothing carefully. Wear layers. Start with a pair of blue jeans and a tee shirt with a sweatshirt over top. This can be worn while a second outfit is packed. This one is black jeans, a tank top, and a button front shirt. You can mix and match these six pieces in order to create everything from a casual outfit for riding to a dressier change for dinner.
Makeup and Toiletries
Riding on a motorcycle doesn’t mean you have to look frumpy. Begin at home long before your vacation. Keep an eye out for sample size makeup and trial size items. You will be able to find toothpaste, deodorant, foundation, blush, lipstick, and much more in tiny packaging that you can easily tuck away on the motorcycle. Ask for samples at the salon and local makeup counters.
Make Room for Souvenirs
Let’s face it. You are going to be traveling to new places, and you are going to want to do a little shopping. Leave home with an empty backpack. Wear it everywhere you go. As you purchase souvenirs, drop them in the backpack. When it gets filled or heavy, stop at a post office and send them home ahead of you.
By following these packing tips, you can enjoy your trip while still feeling like a lady. Traveling on a motorcycle doesn’t mean you have to give up fashion or style. You just have to know how to be prepared.
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