Friday, July 31

 7/31/2015      ,    No comments

Almost every Nigerian gets super excited the minute they get their visa application approved. No matter the country they are travelling to: England, Pakistan, Dubai or even just Cameroun, they tend to make a big deal of it, especially when it is their first time travelling out of the country. After the excitement comes the rush of anxiety when getting ready for the trip, and the first question they usually ask is: “What should I wear?”


While this question might seem superficial, it is very vital as what you wear or do not wear goes a long way to determine how great or ‘not-great’ your trip would be. It might be tempting to dress fashionably for aesthetic reasons, but it also important to consider comfort and safety. To help answer the question on what to wear, Jovago.com, Africa’s No. 1 online hotel booking site has put together a list of what you should not wear when traveling abroad as a guide.

While tight clothes might be fashionable, especially for women, since it emphasizes their curves, it is the not the best for travelling. Trips abroad usually take longer than an hour and within that time, tight clothes can restrict blood flow in the already-confining space of an airplane seat. Is the risk of deep vein thrombosis really worth it? It is best to ditch those skinny jeans or tight fitting top for natural, breathable fabrics .


High heels have a way of adding class and style to an ensemble. Many celebrities and fashion icons are seen at the airport wearing heels, however, while they look picture perfect, they are mostly in pain. Heels are restrictive, uncomfortable and they have been said to cause a long list of conditions, from chronic foot pain to hammer toe. Aside from that, they have a lot of disadvantage as regards security. They do not exactly facilitate a clean exit in case of emergency and there is a huge chance you can slip and fall at the airport terminals.

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