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Travel Wardrobe – Doris de Pont packing lightly for changeable weather

We caught up with Doris de Pont, Founder and Director of the New Zealand Fashion Museum and chatted about the benefits of putting together a versatile travel wardrobe – the skill in packing just the right amount of pieces to give you options for seasonal changes and a variety of occasions; and fitting it all into a carry-on! Doris told us about a wardrobe combination she put together under 7kgs to cater for light travel and unpredictable weather.

Below are some great images of Doris’ outfits, with Fraser Crowe’s Waste-less Dress. We’re thrilled our dress was versatile and adapted well to working with these other lasting garments and accessories. Fraser Crowe’s Waste-less Dress has great drape, built in ties to allow different styling and Doris mentioned it’s also good for cycling. We particularly like how the sheer black strip on this navy dress compliments Doris’ United Nude sandals. Looking fabulous and ready for four seasons in one day!

 Fraser Crowe Waste-less Dress Doris de Pont

Doris de Pont Travel Wardrobe Fraser Crowe Wasteless Dress

 

Travel garments and accessories clockwise: DNA navy boyfriend jacket, DNA short sleeve mesh polo top, Doris de Pont lime green mesh cardigan with print, United Nude sandals, yellow Adidas trainers, black glomesh purse, black wet look bum bag with adjustable strap, black nappa Paul Smith ankle boots with heel, Fraser Crowe navy Waste-less dress, red leather 3/4 gloves, Lela Jacobs fringed black leather bag, Doris de Pont printed cotton voile scarf and XmyHeart necklace, black paper straw hat, Quim earrings, Hailwood skinny jeans. Doris also took her Standard Issue 100% merino slip and other ‘smalls’.


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