Travel Friendly(237 items)
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Featured Reviews on Travel Friendly
Best gift ever for my mother-in-law
This beautiful ruana was a gift for my mother-in-law. She was over the moon when she got it and has been talking about it since. So well made and gorgeous. Now I want one for myself!
My perfect travel top
I bought this a few years ago and it has become my go to travel shirt! I like wearing it with black or navy pants. It looks very classy and washes well. Im 53 and petite, and I find it fits very nicely.
Love this top!
Ive been looking for a top and skirt made straight like this! Unbelievably difficult to find. Had to go up a size.
Popular Travel Friendly
Brindavan Gardens Reversible Jacket, "Brindavan Gardens"
The mirrored paisley pattern that decorates this lightly quilted, reversible wool jacket is inspired by the symmetrical design of Brindavan Gardens in the southwestern Indian state of Karnataka. The jacket's iridescent lavender side is a nod to the colorfully lit, musical fountains that are the gardens' main attraction.
White Cotton Blouse with Beadwork and Pintucks, "Udaipur Lake"$59.95
A sheer delight for warm-weather style, this 3/4-sleeve tunic from Jay Kumar Maheswari is at once breezy and tailored. Pintuck pleats add texture and shaping, while an angled hem lends a relaxed look. The blouse is accented with tiny beads along the neckline, bodice and cuffs. 100% cotton.
Stylish Jambu Nubuck Ankle Boot, "Parallels"$149.95
For the fashionista with the soul of an explorer, this suede boot from Jambu® is a perfect fit. A flexible rubber outsole provides traction no matter where your sightseeing takes you. The leather-wrapped memory foam footbed molds to your foot for all-day comfort. Features knotted detail in nubuck suede and a back zip. 2” heel. Imported. Partially recycled rubber, slip resistant non-marking outsoles.
Peruvian Pima Cotton Baroque Tunic for Women, "Peruvian Baroque"$149.95
Santo Domingo Church in Arequipa, Peru, is one of the earliest examples of mestizo baroque architecture—the blending of European and indigenous styles that took place in the centuries after the Spanish conquest. The church’s densely carved facade is the inspiration for the exuberant pattern on this tunic sweater.