Moving to Australia? Don't take these clothes
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Relocating involves planning so many things that too frequently we end up thinking that packing our clothes can be done in a few minutes. But, is this really true? Have you thought about the limited space (and weight) that you have for moving your belongings, especially in long distance relocations?
In these circumstances, it is a must to avoid including unnecessary objects among your belongings. Therefore, we have collected a list of the top fashion items you should not add in your suitcase direction to Australia!
Do you know the brand UGGS? It is famous for its boots, which are currently in all high-streets from big worldwide cities from San Francisco to…. Australia, where they do come from. If you have teenagers, your sons and daughters may be asking for them.
Despite its current popularity, these boots have been worn for years by surfers, to keep their feet warm in the Australian beaches!
Apparently, Australia is a country of boots, so if you are thinking of bringing with you some boots, better giving the idea. Apart from the UGGS Boots – which are more indoor boots -, another international brand with Australian roots is R.M. Williams, famous for its unisex leather Chelsea boots.
Thus, if you are running out of space in your suitcase, forget happily about your boots, you will have time to buy a pair of Australian ones once you have settled in!
We cannot end this fashion summary of the items you should not take if you are relocating to Australia, without considering our winter clothes. Why? Because Australia is a warm country!
During the summer it is likely that you find average temperatures around 25 degrees in the major cities while during the winter the minimums are likely to not fall below 5 or 7 degrees.
So, which clothes should you take with you? The ski ones for sure not!