I have been waiting for weeks for my Atlanta trip to visit some of my favorite humans on the planet… MY FAMILY. With that excitement I must be real as possible with you guys by admitting I waited the last minute to pack. I pushed the daunting task back every day until I found myself “sipping” down four glasses of red wine and sharing cuddles with Le’Bae the night before my trip (I dare you to judge me sucka’ ). During my pressured packing the next morning I realized my irresponsible decision worked in my favor. My time sensitive preparation saved me from a complicated, uncomfortable travel outfit relying on my new pair of joggers and sneakers instead of skinny jeans and heels.
In the mist of my rushing to pack I am proud to announce I laid out every piece of clothing, packed them by assigned outfit, and made sure to bring the right amount of underwear (TMI I usually don’t bring enough) Yes folks, even during my off moment I managed to step up to the plate and hit it out of the park, making it on the plane neatly packed and NOT looking like an over worked sleep deprived sub human. I can’t take all the credit since my extremely comfortable “Football Joggers” from The Height kept me from looking like a dissolved mad woman and more like someone always ready to call up an Uber, glide onto a plane and just take off. (Speaking this in to reality).
Pairing the Joggers with a stripped navy tee, my pink nikes for a pop of color, the trusty leather moto jacket and a top knot resulted in a heavy dose of comfort and style. It may not be a major feat for some but I feel very accomplished. Even in a time crunch I made sure to not look dissolved to take a moment to pull myself “together”. Maybe its because I was making my way down to the birth place of the “Southern Belle” where women don’t leave the house with out beautiful hair, aglossed lips and at least a 3 inch heel. Maybe its me actually sticking to my new years resolution of putting effort into my look… either way I love that I felt confident in what I had on while sleeping thousands of feet in the air and I am sending a chunk of my gratefulness to “The Height” for creating something that reached my ankles! 🙂