Want to know how to travel in style, just like the pros? We check in with frequent fliers to find out how often they fly, their favorite destinations and what they never leave home without.
Name: Jordana Woodland
Occupation: Founder and CEO of Naked Princess
Hometown: Southern California
Residence: Whitefish, Montana
College major: Fashion Design
Short bio: From a very young age, Jordana Woodland fell in love with the “art of dressing” and the idea of every woman having her own boudoir. Inspired by this love, in 2009 Jordana launched her lifestyle brand . The brand has grown to encompass lingerie, loungewear, home accessories and a wide array of custom-formulated beauty products—which count celebrities like Cindy Crawford, Lady Gaga and Mindy Kaling as fans. This busy entrepreneur and mother of three fills many roles in the company: from muse to creative director to model. Who better to represent the boudoir lifestyle than the Founder herself?
Jordana is the visionary behind . As founder & creative director, she is hands-on making sure that from start to finish every product meets a high standard of excellence. Jordana believes that a woman’s boudoir is not only a beautiful physical place, but also an emotional repast for women to balance the many facets of their daily lives.
Jordana makes sure that the Naked Princess experience is all inclusive, completely dynamic and quintessentially feminine. With her decisive vision and entrepreneurial spirit all while juggling three young children, Jordana is at the helm of her lifestyle brand.
Naked Princess products can be found throughout the world in spas and boutiques such as: Nordstrom.com, Montage, Four Seasons, Mandarin Oriental, Beverly Hilton, Bellagio, The Ritz-Carlton, Trump International, The Langham, Arabella Lingerie, LA Lingerie, and many more.
How often do you fly? Four times per month.
How many countries have you been to? 11
How many continents have you been to? 4
Earliest travel memory: My family traveled from the Philippines to San Diego for a summer vacation. I loved experiencing the diversity of the US. The people. The food. The beaches.
Favorite American city: New York.
Favorite international city: London.
Least favorite country: I haven’t visited one that I haven’t enjoyed.
I have no desire to go to: Antarctica.
Friendliest people in the world: Hawaiians.
Country with the meanest immigration officers: I haven’t experienced a mean immigration officer.
Favorite airline: Virgin America.
Aisle or window: Window.
Favorite airport lounge: Virgin America Lounge.
Favorite U.S. airport: O’Hare.
Favorite international airport: Heathrow.
Favorite ho The Wellesley in London.
Favorite travel credit card: Amex.
Favorite island: Maui.
Favorite beach: Malibu.
Favorite National Park: Glacier National Park.
Favorite fancy restaurant: Nobu in LA.
Favorite hole-in-the-wall: Galanga in LA.
Favorite fruit: Green grapes.
Favorite food: Guacamole.
Least favorite food: Artichoke.
Drink of choice (in the air and on the ground): In the air: Water. On the ground: Boba.
Favorite travel movie(s): The Holiday.
Favorite travel show(s): Anything on the Travel channel.
Right now I am reading: “Strong Mothers. Strong Sons.“
Top 3 favorite travel newsletters/magazines/blogs: Travel & Leisure, Conde Naste Traveler, National Geographic.
Favorite travel website(s)—besides Hundredbacklinks.com, of course! Lonely Planet.
5 things you bring on a plane: iPad, charger, phone, bottle of water and Naked Princess tinted lip treatment in cherry.
What do you always seem to forget? Charger (unfortunately).
What do you like least about travel? Jetlag.
What do you want your loved one to buy you from an airport Duty Free store? Something specifically from the local culture.
Favorite travel app(s): Lonely Planet.
Most embarrassing travel moment: Attempting to run through the terminal in heels.
I’m embarrassed I haven’t been to: Australia. It’s on my bucket list but I haven’t made it there yet.
Worst travel moment: Violent turbulence.
What’s your dream destination? New Zealand.
Best travel tip: Pack by outfit: Prep your outfits before you leave! Check the weather for your destination and plan each day’s ensemble accordingly. Pack everything you’ll need for each outfit, including the appropriate underwear, bra, accessories etc. in one baggie. This way you’ll never again find yourself in the predicament of under or over packing.
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