The Ladybird owner shares the contents of her suitcase
Columbus fashion guest blogger Allison Jayjack is owner of Short North boutique Ladybird.
What's in my vacation bag? Here goes (click on photos to enlarge):
GreenStar, Vintage Levis Cutoffs, Ladybird, $68
These 90s cutoffs are from the last batch to be manufactured in the U.S. They have a relaxed, classic fit.
Zelda Open toe, All Black, Ladybird, $128
Summer calls for sandals. I love the mix of pony hair and leather; it really gives a luxe feel.
Vintage Halston dress,vintage, $12
This was a dressing gown caught my eye at a vintage shop. After having it shortened, I have worn it as a mini dress and also as a beach cover-up.
Lola Weekender, BLVD, Ladybird, $178
This weekender is explanatory, what makes it special is the gold initialing and hardware detail.
C/Fan Raccoon Tail, Ladybird, $62
This furry charm is the perfect accessory for any kind of handbag, tote or even duffle.
80s Leggings, Second Chance Consignment, $5
I need something as energetic as my workouts.
Repertoire Cap, Repertoire, $48
When traveling, I do not like to fuss about hair. A cool hat usually is my go-to for day 3 or 4.
Clare Vivier Leopard Print Clutch, Ladybird, $220
This is the perfect bag. It provides enough room to use during the day and to fold over for the evening. Leopard compliments everything.
Rebecca Minkoff Moto Jacket, Ladybird, last year
A cropped lightweight coat is a great substitute for the classic denim jacket.
Vintage Medallion Necklace, Bustown Modern
I grab this whenever I feel my outfit is in need of a little something extra.