Packing prAna clothes in my travel bag

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample for review purposes. The opinions are my own and were not influenced in any way.

Travel. It’s one thing I’m a huge fan of, whether it’s for work, or it’s for pleasure, I love it. I go with my kids, or with girlfriends. Hell, I’m even big on traveling solo. Packing? Packing sucks. However, in support of the sustainable clothing movement, I’ve found packing prAna clothes in my travel bag brings a smile to my face!

packing prAna in my travel bag

Packing prAna in my travel bag isn’t always about a big trip

For me, travel isn’t always about a big trip. Every day there’s something I’m running to, whether it’s for the kids, or for my work. Day trips into Manhattan require more than just one outfit, and one pair of shoes. Before trips into Manhattan, throwing together a few pieces to take me from day into evening is essential. Traveling in the Spring is so much easier. Pieces are more versatile, and much lighter.

However, warm days don’t always translate to warm evenings. Starting out in a cute dress, with phone and laptop in hand, doesn’t mean I’ll return home in the same dress! Temperatures change quickly, and it’s important to pack a little bag with alternatives. Comfort is key, but everything must look professional. Most trips into Manhattan mix business with pleasure, and let’s face it, I’m not rolling up for cocktails in sweats!

The truth is, I prefer wearing clothing that feels like I’m not wearing clothing at all. At home, I wear little clothing. (Benefits of working from home.)

prAna Natassa Dress in MUD

It’s all about the prAna pockets

No matter what, I fill my with errands, and quick trips to a variety of places. If I’m doing small trips, and running errands, I need pockets in all of my clothing. Pocket books are NOT my thing. Dresses must have pockets. Skirts, too. Pants must have multiple pockets. prAna hooks me up with all the pockets I want, and need, to make my daily trips easy.

prAna Lena Skirt/Skort - pack prAna for your day trips and extended vacations

prAna’s sustainable clothing movement

Here’s the real talk, people. The prAna company focuses on a sustainable clothing movement, sourcing materials from:

  • recycled polyester
  • organic cotton
  • hemp
  • recycled wool

prAna is a fair trade business, and doesn’t use poly bags in their packaging.

They’re clothing also passes the bluesign® fabric standards, which means the fabrics used meet the highest environmental, as well as human, safety standards. Learn about all of the standards prAna meets as they strive to sustain their sustainability values.

Interested in supporting the sustainable clothing movement? Enjoy wearing 100% organic cotton clothes? Love fair trade companies doing good in the world? You’re in luck. prAna is offering my readers 15% off their next order at www.prAna.com! Use promotional code TRNSS18 at check out and receive 15% off your order!

By | 2018-05-16T07:06:51+00:00 May 16, 2018|Lifestyle, Travel|Comments Off on Packing prAna clothes in my travel bag

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