They just keep coming—snaps of celebrities in both sunny and frozen whereabouts and (as envy-inducing it is) we aren’t complaining. But now that the holiday break is over, chances are everybody is probably left reflecting on last year’s memories and crafting their list of resolutions for 2016. And since you’re probably already plotting your travel plans for the year, you’ve another excuse to take your personal travel style to the next level.
If you are serious about putting your best foot forward on foreign soil, then look no further. Below, we’ve rounded up some celebrity outfit inspiration that you can bookmark for the next time you hit the road!
A photo posted by Kim Jones (@kimcamjones) on Jan 1, 2016 at 4:48pm PST
Setting the bar way (too) high for road trip ensembles, Kim effortlessly rocks alice McCALL’s Room on Fire dress en route to 12 Apostles’ dramatic coastline for a sunset-watching session. This frock’s material is killer for giving you that extra-breeze, especially during those humid and muggy tropical days! Remember to steer clear of air-trapping fabrics like woven cotton and opt for silk, chiffon, light cotton—you get the idea.
A photo posted by Anne Curtis (@annecurtissmith) on Jan 2, 2016 at 7:31pm PST
Never passing up on eco adventures, Anne Curtis experienced the deep-rooted gaucho culture in Argentina by cantering around the picturesque snow-capped mountains and rivers, giving us all a case of serious FOMO right now. She nails simple equestrienne dressing while keeping herself warm with a wind-blocking black sweater hoodie and her brown skinny jeans tucked into her leather riding boots.
A photo posted by JULIA (@juliabarretto) on Jan 1, 2016 at 8:46pm PST
Pro tip: Tossing a blazer on adds instant polish to even the most casual of outfits. As sneakers have become everyone’s footwear of choice while schlepping around foreign territory, it comes as no surprise that celebrity stars like Julia Barretto inevitably kill it with pair of black Nike Air Max 1’s paired with a perfect-fitting grey blazer that never goes out of style.
A photo posted by Liz Uy (@lizzzuy) on Dec 29, 2015 at 8:56pm PST
Fur vests may be a little daunting and tricky to wear (as you can easily end up looking like Cruella de Vil, Jr.), but upon seeing Liz Uy bundled up in a lush Tommy Hilfiger one in Osaka, it suddenly seems to be a lot more wearable. Time to crib some notes! In cold weather, try pairing a cruelty-free faux fur vest (cinched at the waist with a wide belt) with a long, black turtleneck dress and a pair of show-stopping sunnies to look like a million bucks!
A photo posted by Sarah Lahbati (@sarahlahbati) on Jan 1, 2016 at 11:47pm PST
If a shopping vacay is on the horizon, why not acquire a pretty pink leather moto jacket, which is an ideal transitional piece between seasons that can carry you into the spring months, like the one Sarah Lahbati is sporting in HK? Plus points if you pair with white-studded oxfords, while going dark with the rest of your outfit to make the sorbet hues pop!
From learning how to make a fire to capturing candid shots of wild cheetahs and defassa waterbucks in an overland truck, where better to showcase your free-spirited bohemian aesthetic than in the beautiful safaris of South Africa? Coleen Garcia made a chic case for keeping her adventure-ready style appropriate and practical with a kimono and gladiator sansals—perfect for roughing it out in the wilderness as you capture nature in its rawest form.
A photo posted by @solennheussaff on Jan 4, 2016 at 2:23pm PST
One of the perks of visiting Argentina is Lago Perito Moreno where one just can’t pass up a bit of ice climbing, as seen in the case of newlyweds Solenn and Nico Bolzicco. Whether getting lured in by exhilarating pony rides or while white water rafting along the freezing mineral blue waters of Patagonia, they came prepared with their best gear for the winter holidays: puffy windbreakers, cosy thermals, and trusty light-weight crampons. As ever, a pair of show-off lenses is the easiest way to inject a shot of cool to your snow-capped style.