6 Outfits to Pack for Camping

If you're anything like me, packing is always the most difficult part to any adventure. What do you pack, how much do you pack, what is the best to pack, etc... Shelby and I came up with a few great camping outfit ideas for you to try out!
We did a post about taking Noonday Camping a few years ago and I thought it would be fun to resurrect this post about dressing and packing for camping.

The key to staying stylish (but smart) while camping is to bring layers!
lake life

lake life by kayla-nelson-1 featuring a green top
Bring things that are ok to get dirty.
Easy Breazy

Pack outfits that can easily mix and match – that way you can change something if you get wet or dirty.
classic summer

Bring your no-fail favorites that are the most comfortable of pieces!!!
eat laugh live love dream

Things to remember while packing are: comfort, dirt, layers, and temperature…All things that are variable so you need to be prepared. Especially if you have kids camping with you (which will be a post for Friday!)
camping hair don't care

What I’m learning more and more is that it is OK to over-pack clothes BECAUSE – you NEVER know what’s going to happen when you’re camping. 🙂 Take that as permission to pack more than enough for your time in a tent!
cool weather camping

If you notice, I used two pairs of shorts, one pair of jeans, two outer layers and each outfit has a different shirt. typically you can get away with only packing a couple of bottoms and re-wearing – unless you are spending a lot of time on the water, your bottoms won’t be as dirty as the tops will be…also, one pair of walking/hiking shoes would be beneficial and one (or two) pairs of sandals is plenty. Maybe one for the beach and one for daily wear. I didn’t show it, but be sure to bring a pair of yoga pants or sweat pants to throw on for the evenings, around the campfire!
What about you, what would you/do you pack to wear for camping?

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