Hitting the road? Don't forget to take your style with you. Whether you're traveling by plane, train or automobile, you can be comfortable and look good. Here are a few ways to stay dapper, even when you're on the go. 

Go with easy-to-wear clothes
If you have limited luggage space, it's a hassle to have to carry an iron along, and there's no guarantee that you'll be able to find one where you're staying. Add in locating an outlet and finding the space to set up a board, and wrinkles start to become a worry. Instead of overloading your suitcase with appliances or running around looking for a place to plug in, simply pack a few non-iron dress shirts. They look good, even right out of your suitcase, so you can save your time and energy for having fun. 

Pair them with a leather slip-on dress shoe. If you're traveling between airports, you don't want to waste time doing and undoing laces, especially when there's a long line forming behind you. Loafers are easy to slip on and off, and go well with a dress shirt and a linen blazer. 

Take your style with you. Take your style with you.

Stash a sweater
Dashing from place to place often means enduring temperature changes. Maybe it's hot outside, but the plane has the AC blasting. Or, it's a cool day, but the train car has the heat turned up. When this happens, it can be tough to figure out what to wear to stay comfortable. 

Avoid this problem by always stashing a textured v-neck sweater, in a neutral color, in your carry-on bag. If you ever get a little chilly, you can throw it on over just about any kind of outfit and still look good, whether you're rocking a t-shirt and dark jeans, or chinos and an oxford shirt. 

Fun with florals
Stand out from the crowd by traveling in a mini floral-print cotton shirt. The subtle pattern adds texture to your ensemble, but is also low-key enough to fit into just about any kind of environment. It's an ideal blend of casual and dapper, especially when finished with a crisp pair of jeans and a stylish (and ever versatile) white or tan sneaker. 

The best bag
For a short getaway, there is no better luggage than a canvas weekender bag. Not only does it look great, it is also highly functional. The exterior slip pockets are perfect for plane tickets and passports, and it's roomy enough to store everything you'll need for a couple of days. Best of all, it's perfectly-sized to be a carry-on, so you don't have to spend the first part of your vacation wistfully eyeing the luggage carousel and wondering whether your bag will be next.