Warm weather travel staples from Krimson Klover

Krimson Klover is a staple for travel-ready, fashionable wear, and this summer, I tried two new dresses and a fantastic tee that have already joined me on two trips.

The Everyday Tee is a spandex-cotton blend that comes in six colors designed to match KK’s prints and solids in their skirts and shorts. You get nice coverage (25″) and a flattering v-neck and cap sleeves for $49.50. I suggest getting at least two colors because this tee will be a staple you’ll grab from your suitcase on every active trip you take.

The Piper Dress is my favorite new travel-ready sundress, thanks to its flattering fit and fun design and built-in bra. (Any dress that means I can pack fewer bras in my bag is a-ok by me.) This 35″ dress has a racerback keyhole design and the shelf bra fits snugly for very secure coverage. The bra pads are removable, too. It comes in five color/pattern options ranging from a subtle pinwheel design to a bright matrix design. I wish it the hem reached just a tad lower (37″ would be ideal to me) for better coverage while walking, hiking and climbing stairs or train steps, but all in all, it’s a winner for a reasonable $98 pricepoint.

The Hana Halter Dress has a more relaxed fit and softer fabric, but looks more elegant on, making it a good pick for that summer evening out after a beach day. It’s 34″ in length with a tie-back neckline that can easily be adjusted to fit either more snuggly or more loosely. I found the chest to be very roomy in this dress, but adjusting the neck straps helped me get the fit I needed. Still, this shelf bra is far less snug than the Piper. The Panama and Bali prints give the Hana a distinctly ‘island’ feel, and I’ve been wearing it with flip-flops. Pick it up for $105 in four patterns/colors.


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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