5 Pieces of Clothing Every Mom Needs in an Emergency

by Ericka Sóuter November 7, 2012 at 8:00 AM
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Nice Tee

A really nice, long-sleeved tee can be worn alone or underneath a sweater or blazer. Plus, it's much more comfortable and versatile than a button-up and it's machine washable. (Stretch Suiting Tee, $59.50)

A really nice, long-sleeved tee can be worn alone or underneath a sweater or blazer. Plus, it's much more comfortable and versatile than a button-up and it's machine washable. (Stretch Suiting Tee, $59.50)

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Ericka Sóuter
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Ericka Sóuter

is a veteran pop culture and celeb news writer. That experience boils down to two things: she knows way too much about the Kardashians and she dominates on Trivial Pursuit's arts and entertainment questions.

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earlybird11
November 7, 2012 at 8:19 AM
In nyc, your essential probably also needs to include a heavier coat . I also believe something like black non tight workout pants is essential. These can be work appropriate if possible and can be worn as night outfit. So they do double duty. Also we keep 'kids kits' for our toddler. It's a kids backback. Has a couple snacks, three bottles of water, a sippy and a couple toys along with a small first aid kit. We have expanded that to add 3 outfits and one night outfit along with socks and 10 diapers. We pack tight and if we need to go, we grab. We have expanded that to ' adult packs' and we included 3 outfits for ourselves and a couple bottles of water some power bars... When we hear of a hurricane we also keep two cases of water in our car and we pack on more large bag... Blankets , extra non perishables. These are easy things to grab should an evacuation occur :) .... Advice from Fla
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November 7, 2012 at 11:24 AM
Extra socks for you and anyone else in your family. They take up almost no room and can mean a world of difference in your comfort. Whenever I"m anywhere away from home, even for just one night, I always make sure to bring extra socks. And I keep a pair in my car just in case. No one likes wet feet.
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