I paired that with an oxford blue tunic, which was from J.Crew and is no longer available. If you are comfortable with a shorter length, this option is similar.
I am not a legging wearing person in general, but drastic times call for drastic measures. This, in my opinion, was an appropriate time for leggings. I went with the J.Crew signature legging in black. The pair shown here, the ponte pant, is another great and opaque option (very important when wearing leggings).
I wasn't sure about shoes. I plan on mostly wearing boots during the trip, but on the plane, particularly when traveling for such a long time, I really like to take my shoes off. Thanks to a suggestion from Ashley, I found these Lucky ballet flats that are perfect for slipping on and off in the security lines and on board.
I recently received a gift certificate for Timbuk2, and, while I probably wouldn't have purchased a bag there on my own, I am really happy with this travel bag I bought. The interior pockets kept me organized.
I try not to wear a lot of jewelry when I travel, so I wore simple pearl studs.
Of course, a red nail felt terribly fancy/Parisian (even though the color is called Russian Roulette).
Because I wasn't sure when I would be washing my face (gross, I know) I wanted something on my skin that would cover my dark marks from my now healing (but still lurking) breakouts. The Amazonian Clay line from Tarte is great. And, if I start getting to look like a grease ball, these Clean and Clear Oil Absorbing Sheets restore me to radiance (well, relatively speaking).
A little Aquaphor for any dry areas (hands, lips, face, anywhere!), and I am off!