- “Get dirty” boots. Hiking, horseback riding, fishing – we’re planning on being one with nature over the next five days (except for bathing and sleeping, those I’m happy to say will be performed in a lovely 4-star lodge). But for all those “nature-y” moments, you’ve got to have some boots that you aren’t afraid to get a little dirt on.
- Cozy scarf. Layers are a must when it comes to outdoor activities – one minute it’s 75 and warm going up a trail and a few short hours later it’s 55 by a campfire. Having a versatile scarf is the perfect way to warm up or cool down and the red and navy combo of this one goes with almost everything in my closet.
- Jeggings. These AG Jeggings have been my go-to jeans since last winter. They’re uber comfy and look perfect tucked into boots.
- Staple hoodie. Need I say more? Sweatshirt + mountains go together like Carrie + Manolos. Although Carrie would obv. never be caught dead in a sweatshirt. I actually love this one from the Gap with the adorable elbow details and stitching.
- Wunder Unders. If you don’t own a pair of Wunder Unders, that needs to change. These
workout pantsmiracle workers are amazing. Under boots they look just like normal leggings, but the luon fabric makes them warmer and sucks you in in all the right ways.
- Guide book. Kind of a big deal when you’re visiting a national park the size of the state of Rhode Island.
- More boots. I mean I’m basically going to be wearing boots all day, every day. A girl’s got to have options.
- Flannel. Nothing says “outdoors” like some good ole’ flannel. This one is cute enough to say that while also saying “I shop at J.Crew.” My kind of shirt.