Thanks to lowered airfare prices, traveling is now more accessible than ever. This year, whether you’re planning to strut the streets of Europe, bust out a new bikini in Boracay, or enjoy the sights in chilly Japan, you’re going to need key fashion pieces that are both functional and stylish. Here, we rounded up some key pieces you should invest in, because you will surely pack them in your suitcases in all of your travels:

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Casual Dress

Always pack a light casual dress that you can wear anywhere—from drinks on the beach to a casual brunch in the countryside.

TRY: H&M Dress, Upper Ground Floor, Uptown Mall

Denim Jacket

Denim jackets are great to have because they're so functional. You can wear your denim jacket over a dress, with a skirt, with denim jeans—the possibilities are endless. Denim jackets also keep you warm without sacrificing your style.

TRY: H&M Denim Jacket, Upper Ground Floor, Uptown Mall

Boots

Get yourself a pair of versatile boots that you can use to see the world. Aigle carries practical rubber boots in a variety of styles, so you're bound to find one for yourself.

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TRY: Aigle Boots, Upper Ground Floor, Uptown Mall

Neutral-colored trench coat

For your travels to cooler countries, always make sure to pack a trench coat to keep you warm but still fasyon. Getting a classic, neutral-colored one is a wise move because you can use it with virtually any outfit.

TRY: Vero Moda Black Wrap-Around Trench Coat, Upper Ground Floor, Uptown Mall

A little black dress

This one's a staple in every woman's closet for a reason—you can use it for almost any occasion. Always pack a little black dress in your suitcase: Wear it on its own when seeing city sites during the summer or layer it with thermal wear for the winter.

TRY: Vero Moda Little Black Dress, Upper Ground Floor, Uptown Mall

A classic bikini with a twist

Get a flattering swimsuit that you can take with you to all your beach trips, or just in case you want to take a dip in your hotel's pool. We recommend getting one in a style that you won't have to worry about.

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TRY: Punto Blanco Black Swimsuit, 2nd Floor, Uptown Mall

Linen Blouse

Stay cool with linen blouses you can wear in the city and at the beach. Get ones in fun colors so you could style them as you please.

TRY: Uniqlo Linen blouse, P990, 2nd Floor, Uptown Mall

Well-fitting denim jeans

Comfort is key with your travel wardrobe, so invest in a good pair of jeans that you can style multiple ways. Instead of tight skinny jeans, opt for a cropped, relaxed style for extra comfort.

TRY: Uniqlo Denim Jeans, 2nd Floor, Uptown Mall

Comfortable underwear

What you wear under your clothes is just as important. Traveling means a lot of movement and walking, so you want to make sure you're well-supported and comfortable with what's underneath your clothes. Get light, seamless, and comfy underwear you can wear for hours on end without complaints.

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TRY: Uniqlo Wireless Bras, 2nd Floor, Uptown Mall

Foldable jacket

You don't have to worry about fitting bulky winter coats in your suitcases, because there are lightweight (read: packing friendly) jackets that you can easily roll up and throw in your bags. Stay warm even during the winter with puffer jackets.

TRY: Uniqlo Puffer Jacket, 2nd Floor, Uptown Mall

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