- CAbi top, vest, and pants c/o – Sole Society boots – Dagne Dover tote – Heys suitcase -
The perfect travel outfit can be elusive to find. Like, nearly as rare as a great TV show with a long run (I’m rewatching Veronica Mars and am still angry at how early it was cancelled).
Thankfully, CAbi has you covered. I rely on this outfit for those all-too-frequent work trips – ones that usually involve hopping off the plane and straight into a dinner.
CAbi is a great clothing brand that features both items and full outfits (this was actually a complete item from their last fall/winter collection). Got an entrepreneurial streak? You can join the company, and sell their clothing through your own portal and host clothing shows.
Gorgeous clothes. Own your own business. What could be better than that?
Disclosure: this post was sponsored by CAbi, who generously provided the clothes and compensation. However, all thoughts are my own and I only partner with companies that I love. Thank you for supporting the sponsors that make Hitha On The Go possible!
Photography by Rachel Schwartzmann for The Style Line
- Banana Republic trench, Hunter Dixon blouse, Rag & Bone jeans,
Fendi bag, Sole Society shoes & cuff c/o -
Remember when I talked about my pursuit of a uniform? And how silk blouses would be a major part of it?
I took that to heart. By quickly amassing a collection of breezy blouses that I live in (that is, when I’m not in sweatpants while working from home). They are my mainstay for meetings, short or long flights, and even on date night when I can’t think of anything else to wear. Silk blouses – you’ve made dressing a hell of a lot easier.
A new entrant in my uniform (for this season, at least) - these Sole Society booties. BUY THEM. Besides being absurdly comfortable (I walked between three terminals in Chicago O’Hare in these babies, suitcase and tote in tow), they go with absolutely everything – a dress & tights, flared jeans & a flannel blouse topped with a fur vest, or with my staple skinny jeans and a blouse.
Work or travel, this is one uniform I’ll be wearing for quite some time…
Photography by Victoria McGinley