Anatomie Pants & Jacket for the Traveler

Lately, I’ve been making it my goal to travel with only a carry-on and I’ve been on the hunt for brands that make traveling lightly easier. Enter Anatomie. Anatomie specializes in clothing for the traveler. Above, you can see a jacket, 2 Anatomie pants, a long sleeve shirt and a tank top, all easily folded neatly into a tiny packing cube.

Anatomie has developed the perfect formula for traveling lightly and stylishly. Some of their clothing is made in Italy (yessss) and all of it is lightweight, packs incredibly well and is quick drying, so much so that you can wash and have it air-dried within just a few short hours.

Traveling Lightly with Anatomie

You can see in the photos below that I traveled with my Anatomie pants , jacket and shirt because their pieces are classics and I love that you can easily add trendy accessories and shoes to them – one trip I took boots and the other my favorite slip-ons. They make great travel day outfits and if you’re still not 100% into carry-on-only packing, they are perfect to bring along in your carry-on as an extra outfit in case you lose your luggage (true story: we lost our luggage this past trip to Europe and we were without extra clothes for a few days – my Anatomie travel pants would’ve come in handy during that crisis had I known about the brand at the time).

I always want to know about sizing when it comes to a new brand…the pants run ever-so-slightly large or true to size if you don’t like your pants to fit super tightly. I have the Andrea and Kate travel pants in both x-small and love that they aren’t too long on my petite frame. Both pants are extremely comfortable – the leggings have a nice wide waistband for extra shaping and both have pockets for storing small items like credit cards or small amounts of cash.  Pay attention to the descriptions of each pant and you’ll be able to choose the best fit for your needs – Anatomie does a great job and accurately describes each clothing item.

Anatomie’s jackets run true to size as do the tops. If you’re looking for a light jacket this season, go for the Kenya. It’s light but does a great job of keeping out the chill and it’s super flattering. The light gray color goes with pretty much everything. I’m also obsessed with their new jackets – the Aubrey looks so warm and I love the bronze color of the Jocey quilted vest. Anatomie is always adding to their new arrivals so check back often.

This post was sponsored by Anatomie; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own! 

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Grace

A travel photographer and writer with an insatiable desire to explore the world and inspire others to see it for themselves.