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How do you map out your travel wardrobe? Lists? Little drawings? A creative afternoon of trying-on? Probably all three. As you plan, consider the simplicity of lingerie dressing with silks. Jane’s Vanity offers inspiring pieces that wrap you up in a wonderful time.

A silk duster can frame your travel gear. The Origami Long Silk Robe from Christine Vancouver is light and pretty. Handy for swanning around your hotel room, as a pool coverup, or billowing out behind your jeans and camisole at the farmer’s market. The camisole could be the shapely Burgundy Silk Camisole Set from Vannina Vespirini

A silk slip dress is your friend. If necessary, it could be your entire wardrobe. Christine Vancouver’s Darwin Silk Gown looks cute on its own or under your last clean striped tee shirt. Vannina Vespirini’s stretchy Ocean Silk Slip Dress is the ultimate in versatility.

Silk pants might be the basis of your look. This season, Lise Charmel has created the navy slim-leg Sublime a Deux Silk Trousers. Ankle length and shapely, they are designed to coordinate with the matching Sublime a Deux Halter Lingerie Set. To make a wardrobe, just add two versatile tops: Dana Pisarra’s Blu Eden Cashmere Silk Top with insets of embroidery on its long sleeves and the Morpho + Luna Nina Ajour Night Dress in semi-sheer Italian white linen with ajour detailing. Perfect with your jazzy accessories.

Inform your vacation with a single saturated silk color. Gilda & Pearl offer the rich gold of their Midnight Cognac lingerie collection. Begin with the Camisole Set, accented with black leaver’s lace. Add the matching  bias-cut slip skirt. Wear the Chemise by itself or as a tunic. If you prefer to immerse yourself in teal, both the Chemise and Slip Skirt are available in a gorgeous color called Midnight Jade.

Silk pieces bring you joy on the road. They surprise with their sheen, lovely colors, and interesting possibilities. They are climate-friendly, washable, quick-drying,* and pack to nothing. Let Jane’s Vanity be your guide to a silky world of travel adventure.

*Must one pack a travel steamer, when vacationing with silk? Not really necessary. A few minutes for the garment to hang near a steamy shower should do the trick. You’ll both be ready at the same time.

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