My main goal when dressing a client for travel is comfort yet chic. Taking into account how they dress, where they're headed and their itinerary. No matter the time of year layers are usually key. Creating a "uniform" for my client will help remove that stress.
So let's break it down, shall we?
Starting with the joggers. As much as I adore a wide leg the tapered leg doesn't drag on the toilette floor. They also look fabulous with a heel for evening and can take you on morning walks.
An oversized silk blouse (pre-washed and air dried) is yummy against the skin. A little pop of rose looks great, feels like sleepwear and can be washed if needed. Tied in front works too.
A wool blend blazer that can fit another layer under. This double breasted one looks great belted too. It was tailored with exposed darts to add curve as it was too boxy on a petite stature.
An elevated sneaker, love this gold one.
Essential Oblong Chain and Essential Hoops (you can add charms to upon arrival).
A pop of Red lip for that Oh La La💋
Are you in need of a travel uniform? Contact me for a complimentary 15 minute consultation so we can pin point exactly how I can help you before booking a styling service.