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Stylish travel clothing is hard to find but these companies do a great job of combining practicality and femininity too. Whether you’re an avid globetrotter or a newbie nomad these are our essential travel clothing brands for women!


8 Essential Travel Clothing Brands




Lucy Clothing



During my meeting and interview with Lisa from We Said Go Travel, she excitedly showed off her Lucy Clothing Gear.

I’d never heard of it before but she made it look great. If you’re looking for technical travel clothing that looks more feminine than the traditional outdoor brands, this one’s for you.


Shop Lucy now!



Ice Breaker


Recommended by countless travelers including TFG’s backpacking guru Tammy Lowe, Icebreaker has clothing for both women and men that specializes in merino wool garments that can be worn consistently and are said not to “smell”.

Their price points are high but for the minimalist adventurer, these are a must! We especially love their layers and dresses!


Shop Icebreaker on their website or Amazon!





I not only love the style of Athleta clothing but I also love their price points.

They offer cute dresses and pants that will not only look good on the road but also will be functional, light and, quick dry too.

Whether for a flight outfit, to work out, or for comfortable sightseeing, these pieces are easily dressed up or down. TFG loves their Go Anywhere dress and Viva Pants!


Shop Athleta now!






You’ve heard about this line constantly on TFG but their travel pants are definitely worth every penny. If you are looking for a super lightweight option of technical travel pants that are stylish and versatile, consider these if you can spare some extra cash.

What about the rest of their clothing? It offers European high end fabrics if you are a First Class jetsetter but for everyone else (including me) their pants are the star in their collection. These are my favorite!


 Shop Anatomie now!



Toad and Co.


For more casual travel basics, Toad and Co. clothing offers functional and comfortable items. Check out my review here. I found the items I tested to be breathable and comfortable with a moderate price point.

TFG loves the Keyhole dress. It’s very comfortable in hot weather and also pack very light.


Shop Toad and Co. on their website or Amazon!



Nau Clothing


Similar to Horny Toad, Nau Clothing offers casual basics for everyday wear and exploration. I do like their Tripoly jacket for feather light coverage. This works for me because it doesn’t look too much like an outdoor brand and packs away very small if and when I need it on my sun seeking long term travels.


Shop Nau on their website!





Prana Clothing first was introduced as yoga wear but it has since expanded into a line of clothing that’s wearable for travelers. They offer globetrotting pants with feminine styles and moderate price points.

Read this review to find out why one traveler loves them and highly recommends their convertible pants for women.


Shop Prana on their website or Amazon!





This Japanese brand is especially noteworthy for their AIRism and HeatTECH collections, which are available at a low price point.

AIRism fabric is light, breathable, and quick-drying. Their tanks, camis, and tees are the perfect absorbent, anti-odor underlayer. They take up almost no space, are easy to hand-wash, and dry quickly. There are also AIRism bras, panties, and leggings.

HEATTECH innerwear has heat-retaining properties and is great to wear as a base layer in cold climates. One of TFG’s writers likes wearing her HEATTECH tights under jeans during winter travel!


Shop Uniqlo now!


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