Although you might not be traveling at the moment, you can find the perfect items to add to your … [+] wardrobe and wear that are suitable for now and when travel resumes.
With people pushing their travel wardrobe to the back of their closet, it begs the question: why don’t people want to wear their travel clothing any day of the week?
The top priority with travel-friendly items is the specific fabrics that make them well-suited for a trip or life on the road. Merino wool is lightweight but works great for insulation. Cotton and linen breathe well in those hot, dry climates. Silk is light and airy, making it a perfectly packable accessory. And while you’ll find plenty of travel clothes that focus on fabric and don’t consider fun colors, patterns or styles, here are ten things you’ll want to wear right now—all of which are ideal for travel in the future, too.
The Boulder Fleece from Obermeyer features classic colors as well as prints.
Obermeyer makes outerwear with personality. You can find the classic black and gray color combinations, but they embrace a range of other gorgeous hues and patterns that will breathe life into what you wear. What’s more, they incorporate useful technology into their products for ultimate functionality. For something cozy as temperatures drop, both men and women will appreciate the Boulder Fleece, and their Jacqueline and Caldera Down Hybrid jackets will get you winter ready.
The material used in Royal Robbins’ Spotless Traveler collection helps resist spills and stains.