Style to Steal - Daria Daria

December 16, 2013



I have a major obsession with international fashion blogs.

Rarely, even with Google Translate, do I understand what they're talking about. But the style, oh...the style.

I recently fell in love with Daria Daria. Equal parts awesome layering and neutrals, with a bold lip, I think she's just perfect.

I think you'll love her too.




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70 Comments:

  1. I'll be bookmarking this blog! I love her style.

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  2. That's her scarf. Toiletries are in a ziploc bag.

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  3. Hi Maureen, I travel with this pillow http://www.mec.ca/product/5023-542/mec-backpacking-pillow/?f=10&q=Pillow I purchased it after getting whiplash. In the three months after whiplash, I went to camp (sleeping on hard bunks & in a leanto shelter on the ground) & did a 5 day backcountry hike with this pillow with no neck pain.

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  4. Thank you Crystal, I have just ordered one. Hard for anyone who has not had neck problems to understand how a pillow that isn't neck friendly can give a bad night's sleep and an uncomfortable following day! Your suggestion is much appreciated, thank you.

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  5. The one thing that I always travel with (really 2 things) is a stain stick or 2 and a spray bottle of Jean Nate. I use it to freshen my clothes and as a body spray. I spray my pants, especially the crotch area if you sweat and they stay smelling nice and clean and it doesn't take up a lot of room.

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  6. This bag I show in the post (http://rstyle.me/~bi2R) is well within the carry-on guidelines. Other than that, I have no reason to say it all does if it doesn't. I pack this same bag many times a year for trips of that length.

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  7. A thin cotton tank and pajama pants. They're in there, I just didn't photograph them.

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  8. 1 set for each week. But I will emphasize, thin. My tanks are the super thin ones from Gap Body (here: http://rstyle.me/~1CW1) and I like their super soft PJ pants (here: http://rstyle.me/n/d8ciceyue). They're very thin and fold extra extra flat, so they take up almost no space.

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  9. Hi there.. So how do you pack for 39 days in Europe in spring? Not sure whether to double the clothes or not. First time O/S & we are going from UK, to Paris, through Switzerland to Rome, then back to Paris for 5 days before flying home. 20 days are with bus tours, does this make a difference to how to pack? In & out of bus to destination, overnight for 1or 2 nights, then on the road again... Sorry for the long question.. Nervous, excited, don't want to carry to much!
    Deb

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  10. TwoDebra, we went to Europe for 3 1/2 weeks in July. I took a Northface Hyvent DT for rain and wind protection, micro-thin fleece zip up for warmth, one pair of jeans, three blouses, two tshirts, two pairs of shorts, two pairs of easy no iron slacks, one pair of flip flops (for the shower), sandals ( good Clark's), and a pair of running shoes. All of this fit into one backpack that I took as a carry on for all of my flights. All of my clothes, except for the jeans, were wash and wear. In some of our rented apartments we had washing machines, in places that didn't, I researched laundromats in the local areas. We did this in six countries and while not perfect I took a string and clothespins to wash and hang for worst case scenario. I would wake up early and wash panties and socks with powdered detergent and hang them to dry while we were site seeing. Prior to packing I laid all of it on my bed multiple times to really take only what I needed, not wanted, 14 pairs of shoes would have been nice.
    Hopes this helps
    fare i ricordi e amare per sempre - Italian for "make memories that last forever."

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  11. I had to go out of town on a business trip being businessn casual .I was able to use your ideas on clothes and itnwas great 5 outfits that changed into that I can make into 19 with sweaters and jackets, thanks you are great.....

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  12. Great post! I actually just ordered a hardside spinner to try...we'll see! I can't believe all the negative comments! To the naysayers, I routinely travel for a week or two with a 21" rolling luggage and tote bag. On a recent 2-week work-personal trip, I just planned to do laundry once. Actually, it was kind of "fun," I people watched and read. I also now travel with 3 pairs of undies..I wash those daily in the sink. It saves a few inches and it isn't as hard as I imagined to do that every day!

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  13. My 18 year son is traveling to Italy and Switzerland for 12 days this June (2014). I would love to see packing suggestions for that trip. Trip is mostly sightseeing with visits to cathedrals and attending an audience with the Pope.

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  14. Thank you Sarah! This blog & your comments have definitely helped.

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  15. This post is awesome! I am frantically searching the interwebs to see if I can find the same or similar outfits. Any interest in doing an updated winter travel outfits? I could definitely use it, I feel so chic copying these!

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  16. Thank you for being so sweet, Christine! It's usually the people that travel with full size toiletries and 8 pairs of shoes for 3 days that say it can't be done :)

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  17. Whew, Steph, I don't know! These take several hours to put together. And since I'm frantically saving for my wedding - most of these clothes above are still the clothes I'm wearing this year! Many identical items can be found on the "Shop" tab of the left hand menu on my blog - I try to add one there whenever I see it.

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  18. This is great! I have a whole column on my blog devoted to traveling light and I'm so glad that I'm not the only one crazy enough to know it's possible! :)


    Jessica Doll
    www.teamwiking.com

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  19. haha, I understand. Well you have a gift, I hope to see more of your outfits put together on here again, and will definitely continue to watch the blog. Congratulations on your upcoming wedding!

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  20. babaytravil is best online website dealing with qualty and lifetime comfortable European Style baby clothing and also best baby clothes in usa

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  21. If you took the clothes they won't wrinkle & you can get more in your little suitcase. Also consider that you can wash at a laundromat.........fewer clothes needed too.

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  22. What kind of personal item bag are you using? Looks very functional and stylish!

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  23. You guys! Thank you SO SO much for the kind words, your post truely made my day! <3 <3

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  24. great! I've lived 7 weeks with carry-on - and it was great! I find it very helpful to pack two inflatable hangers - T-shirts etc dry faster and look almost ironed as there is air flowing between the back and front......

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  25. I have the same one and it's from container store. Also, a friend of mine uses an oven mitt, haha

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  26. It's not the amount of items that's so important but the weight! Most planes only allow 10kg carry on now and either a very small handbag or no handbag in some cases, if you have a case that's it with some airlines. The weight of the times above would almost certainly be over 10kg.

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  27. Oh it can definitely be done, but you have to keep it under 10kg, including handbag in Europe.

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  28. Buy armpit liners, not sure of their official name only bought them once, from the pharmacy. I sweat a lot so these allow me to wear other colours apart from black. They are disposable and a life saver for us sweaty beasts. They are very light so easy to pack, you could even shove them in your coat pocket if squashed for space. They are meant to stop clothes making with sweat but they would be great to pack lighter if you can't wash. In the past I have actually just washed the arm pits and groin area of jeans at night and hung them up to dry, can pack them next morning, in a plastic bag if still damp Same with jeans, as I sweater I always wear panty liners or I would be washing jeans every day, and I don't! x

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  29. The majority of airlines in Europe have a 10kg carry on limit, so all these shoes and boots wouldn't be possible sadly. Check out your airline though as the odd one allows 15 kg. They are much stricter In Europe than America I have found, if your carry on is over weight it costs a fortune and if it doesn't fit into their baggage gaige, a crate like thing the maximum size of carry on allowed, you just can't take it with you and have to put it in the hold at vast expense. Enjoy your trip, Europe is incredible.


    Oh btw, on your check in luggage, I agree with Sarah above, buy a backpack, so much easier to move around with, maybe a smaller one as your carry on too as you can clip them together when walking anywhere if they are the same make.x

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  30. If flying within Europe check your carry on weight and dimensions allowed, they are very strict and most only allow 10kg for a carry on with some not even allowing an extra handbag!

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  31. Just wash the crotch area of jeans and allow to dry overnight, if in a cold European climate put on the radiator to dry...issue solved.

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  32. Just replace skirts and dresses with pants or extra jeans. :)

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  33. Check with your airline as some have different sizes they allow. Most importantly check their weight requirements, you don't want to pay huge excess baggage bills or pay to check it, which they will make you do if it's overweight x

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  34. I can't travel with less than 6 pair of shoes, guess I'm out. lol

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  36. I agree with you. They look all classy and chic.

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  37. Love your suggestions! My husband is a marathon runner and we travel several times a year to various countries and all sorts of climates. Some tips I can give are: Nylon panties wash and dry faster than cotton ones. a pair of pantyhose is great in case it gets really chilly, to wear under jeans, a 'buff' doubles as a hair band when you wash your face, as well as all the other things it does. Levis Hi tops or Converse are very versatile and soft to pack. When I take my hand luggage on the plane and put my main bag in the hold, I always pack small containers of all my toiletries, a toothbrush, face-cloth and disposable underwear in case we are delayed so I can just freshen up. (Disposable underwear looks dreadful but it's not about the looks!) A small container of baby powder helps to freshen clothes up a bit. A body warmer - Columbia or similar - is invaluable, especially if you get it in a darker shade.I always try to limit my suitcase to 10kgs or less. There is nothing worse than arriving somewhere and finding you have to drag your own body weight in clothing up a broken escalator during rush hour! The good old fall back of black pants and black long-sleeved t-shirt with flats and a pashmina will take you anywhere. I always have my pashmina in my carry-on in case it is chilly. It is also great if you go somewhere and feel you are getting sunburned. Be ruthless when packing - put it all on the bed and half it - you really don't need 10 pairs of everything. I like a dark padded jacket that is a bit longer as opposed to a waist-length one as it can look a bit more formal. I have worked out how long my toiletries last (as I said, we do travel a lot...) and it is amazing how little shampoo and conditioner one actually uses so decant into smaller containers - no point in carrying half-empty full-size bottles around. I have even decanted one cream into three different containers and then just thrown the containers away as they were finished. In finishing, pack enough for 7 days and then just look for a laundry. We leave next week for a month and a half so I had better stop writing about it and go and start packing!

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  38. Hi Maggie, I live in South Africa and am planning three weeks in Bali and Thailand. The gist of this blog has certsinly helped and my head is not that scatttered. Helpful tip I saw: Use contact lenses holders for your really small amounts of cream eg hand luggage. Enjoy SA!

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  39. Hi Maddie just wondering what make up you really like to use & shade of Estee Lauder make up you use ?? especially the one from above in your white jumper? looks fab!! thanks Eimear :)

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  40. This was awesome! Thanks for posting! I am in college and studying abroad for two weeks and I always way over pack! :( I also wear size 11 in shoes so that's also problematic! :( I think for our trip we are allowed a check in bag and a carry on. Any tips on where to get a hard sided suitcase like that with sturdy wheels for cobblestone roads and not overly expensive?!?! Thanks sooo much for the tips!!! :)

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  41. Also, I have heard that rolling clothes saves space....comments or suggestions on that? :)

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  42. Super excited to read this tonight! I'm considering trying to pack 10 days of clothing for 28 days of travel since I'll have access to laundry facilities...these tips may just help me do it without checking a bag :)

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  47. I'll be going to Germany & Africa for 6 months total and am exploring the idea of only taking a carry-on and personal item :]
    I was hoping to take as large of a hicking backpack that i can and it still be considered carry-on size, and then a small leather backpack as a purse.
    can you tell me if you think this is a good idea? or would i fit more into a hard suitcase as you suggested? Thanks for all the tips!

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  48. The pharmacy will sell 3oz or 2 oz jars and bottles for about 30 cents. I use those for my liquids and just label them. Ie. makeup, conditioner , laundry soap etc

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  49. Got a trip to Germany & the UK for three weeks during December. Any ideas? thanks:)

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  50. Got a trip to Denmark & the UK for three weeks during December. Anything special to bring or suggestions? thanks:)

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  51. Hi Lauren:)
    I've been meaning to comment on this post for awhile and I just keep forgetting!
    I found this blog post on pinterest last winter while I was planning a trip to Ireland/England. I was racking my brain trying to figure out how to pack lightly (which I've never been successful at). I knew I would be traveling to 5 different cities/towns between two countries and there was no way I wanted to haul a ton of huge luggage around.
    So basically I wanted to say a huge THANK YOU! I bought a lightweight spinner Samsonite suitcase and I also bought that EXACT tote (which, and this may sound dramatic, sort of changed my life). I picked a color scheme and planned out all of my outfits. It was such a success and I have sworn to never pack differently again!
    I got to pay it forward last month and help a friend of mine pack for a trip to Africa. She took her personal item and carryon luggage with a lot of fear in her eyes. I think she asked me about 20 times if I was sure she had enough clothes and when she came back from her trip she was sold! She too has been changed lol!
    Anyways... I just thought you should know how helpful you have been, so again, THANK YOU!

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