The hardest part of getting ready for any trip, business or pleasure, is figuring out what to pack. I've become so used to traveling to warmer cities that I have the process down to a 15-minute formula of rolling sun-dresses and sandals into a carry-on duffel already pre-packed with my three-ounce face wash and perfume. Travel to colder climates are a different story, however.
This week, I'm taking a golf trip to Nova Scotia. I'll be teeing off at some beautiful golf courses, including Glen Arbour GC, Digby Pines GC and Fox Harb'r Golf Resort & Spa. After spending days trying to wrap my mind around what to pack, I've decided to rely on the one dictum of fashion and style that never fails me: keep my colors neutral and basic (think khaki pants, white polo shirt, navy wind-shirt or just head-to-toe black) and let my golf shoes bring the flair.
So this time, a carry-on won't cut it. Since shoes take up a lot of space, I'll have to bring a suitcase. But who cares when I'll be sporting the jazziest golf shoes out there?
Here are some of my favorites for the fall:
Ecco New Classic City, $180, Visit website
FootJoy LoPro Collection, $110, Visit website
Walter Genuin Greta, $450, Visit website
Callaway Women's Couture Corina, $100, Visit website
Puma Cat Women's Golf Shoe, $75, Visit website
Adidas Natalie Signature, $100, Visit website
Nike Lunar Links Women's Golf Shoe, $120, Visit website
Sandbaggers Deb Almond, $135, Visit website
Equipt For Play Wing Tip, $195, Visit website