What to Wear When Traveling to a Cold Humid Climate

Plus Size Kiyonna Camila Cinch Floral Top
Plus Size Summer Travel Outfit of the Day

Summer Travel Panajachel, Guatemala

Probably what I dislike most about traveling is pre-styling outfits and it especially drags more when the destination you’re traveling to is currently on the opposite time of year. Right now winter season is in full effect in Guatemala — cool mornings, gloomy afternoons, rain and plenty of humidity. So, in order for my outfits to make sense I needed to consider comfortability (of course) and slightly warm pieces yet light-weight enough to survive the sticky humidity. Solution to my style task? A quarter-length top, shorts and a layered piece make up the ideal combo.

Plus Size Summer Styling Guide feat. Kiyonna Camila Top

Plus Size Floral Cinch Top by Kiyonna

Plus Size Summer Travel Style in Guatemala

Kiyonna Floral Cinch Top + Celebrity Pink Plus Size Black Shorts OOTD


floral top c/o Kiyonna

Celebrity Pink shorts

Style & Co. black jacket

Steve Madden platform sneakers


Summer Plus Size Outfit Styling in Guatemala - Steve Madden Women's Bertie Platform Sneaker

Because humidity makes areas sticky-feeling a pro tip —> pack some shorts! If you’re anything like me, baring some leg is fine so long as my upper body is warm. In this outfit, the Kiyonna floral cinch top was an ideal choice — with it’s quarter-length sleeves and light-weight fabric (Polyester/Spandex) makes for a relaxed fit which are key qualities to shop for when in such weather conditions. Another tip —> crossover/cinched tops create the illusion of a fuller bust ;). For a little added coverage and texture, add a jacket to your outfit and layer over if need be. Best part? All three items can easily be rotated and styled with other pieces in your luggage.

I hope this saves you wardrobe headaches and space!





*Disclaimer: This post was in collaboration with and sponsored by Kiyonna. Styling and all opinions stated are my own.*

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