Travel Gear We Use: Krimson Klover review

Haven’t heard of Krimson Klover? Bet you’ve seen this brand featured in higher end travel and outdoor shops and tourist shops on recent vacations, even if you don’t recognize the brand. Krimson Klover is excellent at active wear that doubles as everyday wear, which is my number one criteria for ideal travel clothing. Here’s what I’m loving this spring in my Krimson Klover review:

Nadia dress: This racerback dress is cotton and spandex, which allows for generous give and kindness for your curves. I love that it has a built-in shelf bra, so many of us can save on laundry and packing (fewer bras = a win!). I’ve been able to wear the Nadia dress on a cruiser bike, on long walks, and at the beach. Pick it up for $98 in either a basic blue or a damask black.

Nina racerback tank: Good news: the Nina tank top is already on sale, making it a great all-purpose addition to your travel wear wardrobe. It, too, features a built-in bra, and it goes with everything from shorts to capri pants to jeans to skirts. It’s not too tight-fitting while still hugging curves, and comes in several colors and patterns. It’s a great basic piece to add to your travel bag.

Still needing to layer up? If you have a late spring ski trip planned, or are heading to the mountains where chill temps may require layers in the morning or evening, Krimson Klover has you covered there, too. Their illustrated ski town base layers are adorable, and so unique. I love the Vail one, but all of them offer 1/4 zip with performance fabric in a poly-spandex blend. These base layer tops are mid-weight…not too thick, and not too thin. Pick one up for $109.

About the author

Pit Stops for Kids AUTHOR: Amy Whitley is the founding editor of Pit Stops for Kids and content editor of Trekaroo. She writes on staff monthly at a number of travel publications, and contributes to OutdoorsNW magazine as an outdoor adventure traveler. Find Amy at Google.

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