What to Pack for Lisbon, Portugal Outfit Options

What to Pack for the Lisbon, Portugal Packing Light List 12 Outfit Options #travellight #packinglight #packinglist #travel #capsulewardrobe #capsule #livelovesara
Blue Graphic T-shirt | Grey T-shirt | White Blouse | Black Shirt | Blazer | Grey Sweater | Striped Sweater | Black Sweater | Casual Denim | Black Pants | Dark Denim | Dress | Coat | Camel Scarf | Houndstooth Print Scarf | Hat | Sunglasses | Loafers | Sneakers | Boots | Purse | Crossbody |


First off, how did I not know that there was a season 2 of Broadchurch? I just binged watched the first to get a refresh and now I am watching the second season. I love David Tennant (so much that I want to watch Duck Tales just so I can hear him as Scrooge McDuck).

I bought my last Christmas present Tuesday night and it feels good. It just so happened that it was on the Amazon Lightning Deal that night so I even got it at a good price. It was a weirdly random thing to be on a lighting deal but I thought that Roo would enjoy putting together it. I just need stocking stuffers now. I love this time of year (that’s not sarcasm. I really do).

Today’s post is the outfit options to go with the What to Pack for Lisbon, Portugal in Winter post. I put together 12 outfits for the 10 day trip but a lot more options that can be made with these pieces, especially if you change-up the accessories. Lisbon in the late winter ranges from 10°C – 15°C so it is really a comfortable time for travel and light layers will do you well.

When I think about Portugal I always equate it with warm weather and summer travel. This request has opened my eyes to how wonderful it would be to visit there in winter. Not only would it not be too hot (which I hate), but it is not high tourist season and you will be able to enjoy the sites minus the crowds. That right there is reason enough to consider off-season travel.

Sometimes when I get requests they are don’t give and preferences, other times they are quite detailed. Most often though, they offer a general description of style, colour preferences, and stores they shop at to help guide me in the right direction. That is what this one was. Neutral/earthy palette (with a little colour), in a dressy casual, and a preference for J.Crew, Madewell, Mango, and H&M to give a mid range to low range price level. I hope I succeeded and checked all the boxes.

And I hope you are having a positive week 🙂

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