How to Look Great When You’re Glamping
Camping is a great way to spend time with friends while also enjoying the outdoors. But if sleeping on the ground and eating freeze-dried meals isn’t your thing, then glamping is a great alternative. This glamorous trend swaps out your usual tents and sleeping bags for shabby-chic campers, rustic canvas tents, boho-blankets, tapestries, and throw pillows. A change of wardrobe comes with this fashionable take on a rugged outing as well. Before you pack your bag full of cargo pants and button down, moisture-wicking tops, check out these tips for choosing cute and functional glamping outfits from Scout & Molly’s Boutique.
Pack Your Boots, But Bring Other Footwear as Well
While you’ll want to bring along a sturdy pair of hiking boots or tennis shoes, if you plan on spending a lot of time around your campsite, you’ll also want to bring other footwear. Leave the heels and flip-flops at home though. Instead, opt for strappy sandals or other footwear with a comfortable sole and a back to keep them on, like espadrilles.
Let the Bohemian Theme Inspire You
Glamping is all about the glamour and retro, shabby-chic style. Let this theme inspire you to create glamping outfits that feature rompers, tie-dye, patterned shorts, and more. The checked pattern of the Cicely Shirt Dress by BB Dakota is the perfect retro look for a weekend in a glamping RV. Patterned, high-waisted shorts like these Paperbag Shorts from Bishop + Young offer a fun take on a retro look, while still keeping you stylish and ready to go.
Keep it Comfortable and Practical
While strappy sandals and boho-outfits make for the perfect photo-ready ensembles for your glamping adventure, you’ll still be spending plenty of time outdoors. That means that your clothing also needs to be as functional as it is fashionable. Avoid any fabrics or cuts that are too restricting, or that don’t wick moisture well in case you glisten or get caught in a light rain shower. If you don’t want to spend half of your trip worrying about wrinkles, it’s also a good idea to choose fabrics that travel well unless you feel like hanging your clothes on a tree branch.
Another good rule to follow is to always dress in layers, regardless of the season you’ll be traveling. Glamping outfits that allow you to remove or add thin layers will help keep you warm or cool no matter what mother nature throws your way.
The Lenox Pink Camo Long Lightweight Cardigan from Sanctuary is sporty and cute, but also great for keeping you warm on brisk summer nights or for layering over thermal shirts and tanks in colder weather.
Designing Your Glamping Outfits
By keeping these tips in mind as you shop, you can plan glamping outfits that will keep you comfy and stylish during your outdoor adventure. Visit Scout & Molly’s Boutique in Lone Tree to check out our selection of designer clothing today and find the perfect pieces for your glamping trip!