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In preparation for my big trip to Europe, I consulted celebrity fashion stylist, Jackie Rose, to learn her expert tips on creating a capsule wardrobe for travel. Aside from our love for travel fashion, one of the biggest things we both have in common is the importance we place on fabrics for travel.
Celebrity Fashion Stylist Reveals Her Favorite Travel Dress
Choosing the right fabrics for travel is essential for the following reasons:
- Packing Light
- Avoiding Wrinkles
- Dressing Appropriately
Jackie shared how much she absolutely adores jersey cotton blends for travel clothing, especially dresses for Europe in the summer. She recommends them to all her clients saying that they have the ability to pack light while also transitioning easily from day to night. She especially loves this wrap dress by James Perse.
In addition to the jersey cotton fabric blend, she also loves the idea of a wrap dress with ruching and says she finds it very flattering on various body types. For more ideas including plus size styles, these are five additional styles for more travel fashion inspiration:
For a fun and sexy print, I found this cotton jersey dress from a brand called Travel Couture on:
The same site also features countless jersey wrap dresses in synthetic blends. I fell a little bit in love with this one:
Remember, when choosing fabrics for travel – avoid 100% cotton and look for cotton blends instead. For more details, please read: How to Choose the Best Fabrics for Travel.
Stay tuned for next weekend when I reveal Jackie Rose’s biggest celebrity stylist secrets for a trip to Europe in the summer. I’ll reveal her top tips and must have essentials for the perfect European capsule travel wardrobe.
For more tips, read TFG’s Ultimate Style Guides for Europe in the summer: