Selecting Shoes for Travel

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Shoes can be one of the most difficult items to pack so selecting the right shoes for your next trip is very important. This free travel video will give you some help in deciding what shoes to take with you on your next trip.

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Video Transcript

Shoes, packing shoes. This is probably the bulkiest thing you're going to have to deal with. As a woman, we have lots of different outfits to match. Of course, it totally depends on what you’re doing on your vacation. If you're on business, if you're going to nice dinners, you're going to need heels and boots and nice things. If you're going to the beach you're going to need flip flops and probably will be going bare foot. I think that some shoes that really do double time are these keens. They're waterproof. They'll last probably my entire life. I've worn them in desert terrain, in mountain stuff. Just wear socks with them or wear them in the water without socks. Those are really convenient. If you're going to a cold place, I think the tall boot really does do double duty because not only are you getting another layer of warmth there, but you can wear it with jeans or skirts or anything like that. Beaches, which that is where I prefer to go on vacation, flip flops. They're easy, they're tiny, they're perfect. Also, I really like the little Chinese slippers. I got them in Chinatown in Los Angeles for 3 dollars. You can get them at Urban Outfitters for like 10 dollars. Take them with me and leave them there. Give them to somebody who might want them. Just for going out at night, some little heels. These are like 7 dollars at Target so if you scuff them up it's really no big loss. You want to match, and so I thought these matched perfectly with my grandmother's purse. The purse is just so tiny. You can go to dinner with it. Also, it's like a big wallet and I just keep my passport and everything in it. During the normal day, I just keep it in my bag. Everything does double duty.


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