On the Road: 10 Styles for Travel
"These pleated trousers" with hip yoke pockets and hem cuffs manage to be both comfortable and ladylike. You can sew the look without the cuffs, if you prefer.
"This coat style" is clean and beautiful in a knee length and with sophisticated sleeve panels. It closes in front with a tying belt and a single snap.
Quite simple from the front with "a surprising wrap effect" to add a captivating finish in back.
Wonderfully relaxed, with a sophisticated twist. The side tying bands allow "this shirt" with the bateau neckline to be drawn close to the figure.
So many looks combined in one with the V-neckline and bands giving it a nod to the cardigan, the lower look finish of a blouson and the overcut shoulders to detail "this cropped jacket". Style it more boldy with a colorful self-belt accent.
"A couture skirt"with elegant twists of fabric bands finished in the art of the cummerbund. The narrow cut shapes in figure-hugging style, though a walking slit in back gives plenty of freedom to move around.
A chalice collar and deeply set sleeves with XL cuffs finish the gathered width of "this fastidious style" .
The fine neckline and uncomplicated banded collar are quite flattering and feminine, especially sewn in an "ice blue satin" . Add a touch of glamour with some crystals or beads along the collar.
"This elegant look" is sewn with a soft jersey that makes it also very comfortable. Sporty details like the dropped shoulders and ribbed cuffs add a touch of fun, too. To wear this look with tights, wear a slip underneath – for a seamless style.