There's no wrong way to pack a suitcase, but that doesn't stop everyone from having an opinion on the right way. Most people tend to follow one of two methods: You're either a roller, or you're a folder.
And then there's Iris Apfel. The bespectacled style icon simply belongs to the more is more camp.
“I don’t pack light,” Apfel told The Telegraph. “That’s why I love to travel by ship...no luggage restrictions! I mean, if you have beautiful clothes you want to take them with you.”
Fortunately for the 95-year-old fashion enthusiast, who shows no signs of slowing down, she already has a cruise on her calendar. Come September, Apfel will travel from Southampton in England to New York City on Cunard's Queen Mary 2 as part of Transatlantic Fashion Week.
Naturally, she's bringing along a wardrobe of chic separates for the journey.
"Elegant jackets are great for formal occasions," she told the British publication. "I have a collection of elegant jackets that I pair with slim pants. And of course, accessories help create a variety of looks."
While aboard the ship, Apfel will host a Q+A session, but according to the Associated Press, style tips won't be on the agenda.
"Everybody should find her own way," she said. "I’m all for individuality. I don’t like trends. If you get to learn who you are and what you look like and what you can handle, you’ll know what to do."
For more information on Transatlantic Fashion Week, including how you can take the voyage, visit Cunard.com.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
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