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Toad&Co Dakotah Travel Tunic And Sanuk Isobel Flats – A Quick Review

I am always on the quest for great travel wear: clothes that are comfortable, don’t wrinkle, look nice, and have travel-ready features. My latest find: the Toad&Co Dakotah travel tunic.

If you’re not familiar with Toad&Co, they are one of my favorite brands for women’s travel clothes, because so many of their offerings are organic, on-trend, and multi-purpose.

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The Dakotah Travel Tunic is a long-sleeved, oversized tunic that works perfectly with leggings or tights. It has a generous length in the back, so you can do the whole leggings thing without ‘revealing’ too much or looking like you should be at the gym.

I love wearing this tunic on the plane, just so I can be wearing my favorite leggings, too.

You get a full button placket, the long back yoke as I mentioned, which has rusching to give it some style, and a curved cut so you don’t feel like you’re in a shirt dress.

My favorite feature, however, is the on-seam zippered hand pockets, which are invisible but perfect for storing small items, like a passport or folded travel documents.

The blend is polyester and wool, and the shirt has a nice weight to it. It’s not airy or lightweight by any means; it’s definitely substantial for spring weather.

Pick up the travel tunic on sale right now at Toad&Co for under $60, a great price for a piece that will work for both travel days and on-site touring, museum hopping, and dinners out. It comes in deep navy (a soft denim color) and red. You can also find it on Amazon for a few bucks less.

I’m combining this review with the Sanuk Isobel flat, which is a perfect travel shoe for spring and summer, and pairs great with leggings or skinny jeans and the tunic. I have a pair in black, but the Isobel comes in a variety of colors, from bright magenta to earth tones.

This understated, soft canvas slip-on flat has simple accent stitching on the side and a molded rubber outsole. It’s a great shoe for the plane because it has an antimicrobial additive in the footbed to reduce odor-causing bacteria, and like most Sanuks, you get the yoga mat feature.

In the case of the Isobel, it’s in the heel pod, not the whole footbed. I actually wish it were in the whole shoe, but you still get a nice squish when you walk, giving you some comfort on days requiring you to be on your feet.

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You can wear the Isobel with no-show socks if you like, but I usually wear it without any, with the aforementioned leggings.

Pick them up on Amazon on sale right now for as low as $32, and round out your travel wardrobe!

Amy

Amy Whitley is a freelance creative and travel writer and founding editor of the family travel website Pit Stops for Kids. An avid lover of the outdoors, Amy makes her home in Southern Oregon, where she, her husband, and three school-aged children spend much of their time backpacking, camping, skiing, and hiking. When not exploring her own backyard, Amy and her family hit the road for travel reviews of resorts, tour operations, and hotels across the country and abroad. Follow Amy Whitley on Twitter and Facebook.

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