When returning to Iceland for the second time, I had somewhat more of an idea of what to pack. But considering we were there in an entirely different season than our last trip, I still looked for ideas online for outfits that would be warm but still somewhat “spring-ey.” I was surprised not to find a lot on packing for Iceland (except for lots of posts on stuff like hiking boots and country-type clothes). But since we weren’t trekking through the wilderness, I wanted outfits that would be comfortable and would go from middle-of-nowhere driving to cityscapes. So if you’re wondering what to pack and still be stylish on your trip to Iceland in the Spring-time, here you go!
What I Packed for Iceland in May:
2 Coats (1 wool and thicker, 1 lighter wind breaker with a hood)
2 Scarves (1 wool and thicker, 1 cotton but still really heavy and thick)
1 pair of Black denim
1 pair of Leggings
1 heavy sweater
1 turtleneck and 1 long sleeved t-shirt
1 pair of Converse
1 pair of rainboots
1 pair of earmuffs and 2 wool hats
1 pair of gloves
What I Wore:
Banana Republic wool hat (old) | Banana Republic Factory wool coat (old) | Banana Republic scarf (old) | Old Navy black denim | White Converse
Banana Republic Factory wool coat (old) | Gap wool tunic sweater (old) | Banana Republic wool scarf (old) | White Converse | Zella gray leggings
Make Sure to Bring:
A waterproof jacket with a hood | Warm gloves and socks | Some sort of boots, I recommend rubber wellies. | Ear Muffs or someway to keep your ears warm… the wind is cold!
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