What to pack for Joshua Tree

When deciding what to pack for Joshua Tree, I had two things in mind: western and layer. I’m obsessed with the western trend so I’m always looking for excuses to wear it. And a trip to the desert is the perfect opportunity to practice Western-style sports. But it had to be with layers. The weather in the desert changes by the hour. It can be mornings and evenings in the 30’s and 40’s, and during the day in the 70’s. That’s why I made sure that every outfit I brought has three layers that I can put on and take off all day long (you can see them in action on IGTV).

In addition to these three outfits, I brought leggings, a couple of t-shirts, and trainers for our hikes. And a couple of loungewear sets to wear around the house. I will soon be writing a post in which I will repeat what we did, where we went and what we ate. But in the meantime I’ve packed everything for Joshua Tree:

Shirt: Levi’s I Jeans: Grlfrnd I Boots: Dan Post I Bag: Botkier I Hat: Brixton (similar) I Sweater: Allison (also like this one) I Scarf: Old Navy (similar)

T-Shirt: H & MI Jeans: L’Agence I Hat: Brixton (similar here and here) I Boots: Dan Post I Cardigan: L’Agence I Necklaces: The Sis Kiss, Amazon and Gorjana

Shirt: Talbots I Jeans: AG (similar here and here) I Belt bag: Louis Vuitton (similar and cheaper version here) I Hat: Janessa Leone (similar here and here) I Necklace: Amazon I Sweater: Tularosa I Booties: Sole Society here and here similar)

What I packed for Joshua Tree

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