There's a lot to be said for comfort on a plane... or in a car, or on a train. Traveling, it seems, brings out the worst in even the most beautifully-crafted garment. That's why I'm dedicated to increasing the awareness of any comfy travel clothes I slip into. Those elusive longer-than-long sleeve shirts and wrinkle-less pants... they're meant to be adored by every globetrotter out there. This week's find is a special one--not only uber soft and ideal for all temps, they're made of sustainable, earth-friendly fabrics by the company be present.
Besides using bamboo knits for sustainable, anti-bacterial gear, the company has introduced Tencel and Micro Modal materials. Tencel, a cellulose-based fiber is produced from wood pulp and is sweetly soft, breathable--and thankfully--wrinkle resistant. Micro Modal is created by extraction from farmed, sustainable beech wood and blended with a touch of nylon and spandex to maintain chic shape and provide moisture-wicking properties for a mid-day tour under the hot sun.
Shown above is the Micro Modal cami ($51) and Women's Tree Tee ($51) made of Tencel, great options for layering on a cool, dry plane ride or for hitting the trails once you've landed.