Anatomie is a women’s travel clothing company out of Miami, driven by a desire to merge high fashion with impressive performance.
Anatomie designs are inspired by European style. And to achieve having their pieces be not only attractive, but comfortable, practical, and easy to care for – they use fine French and Italian fabrics.
I had the chance to review the Paola Travel Pants. I was impressed with these pants I was delighted to add them to my wardrobe, for travel as well as everyday wear.
No need for ironing
No need for dry cleaning
Extremely light-weight pieces
Fabrics will not fade
Soft fabrics, with a give (comfortable to wear, versatile)
And not only do they not need any fancy laundering, check out what really sold me on Anatomie’s travel pants, in particular…
Anatomie’s Ultimate 10 Minute Travel Pants
Needing to travel light, and feeling the packing pinch of what to bring? Anatomie carries a range of styles in what they categorize as their designer travel pants. What’s so amazing about these 10 minute travel pants?
You can wash and wear them in your hotel room in 10 minutes!
I tested this theory out myself – washing them in the sink and then blow drying the pants with the dryer, up each leg. Ok, I wasn’t patient enough to last the whole 7-8 minute estimated drying time (and I didn’t need to put them back on immediately). But I believe it would work. The fabric dried very quickly – they were well on their way to being dry.
Anatomie travel pants are engineered for quick-drying and exceptional comfort – how can you go wrong with that combination?
I was shocked when I pulled them from the shipping envelope. They literally weigh next to nothing! You simply won’t find a lighter weight option in travel wear.
The fabric is fantastic, and unlike anything I’ve seen before. It has an expensive look and feel to it, with a great sheen and “give” – making them as comfortable as they are attractive.
When I was debating about size, and inquired as to whether they would stretch during wear, my Anatomie contact said no. He explained that while they don’t stretch, after a few minutes of wear they will form to you. He described this as permanent set – they will give after you wear them for a few minutes. He was exactly right (I know it’s hard to describe how this is different from stretching, but it is). I’m extremely pleased with the fabric.
You will find the sizing is not the traditional women’s numbered sizes, but rather on a “XS – S – M – L – XL” system. They have a whole dedicated sizing chart to help you navigate this decision, with drawings and descriptions of each pant’s design. I found this quite helpful.
The Paola Travel Pants comes in these sizes XS – S – M – L – XL and colors are in Black, Navy, Grey, and Khaki. I received them in Grey and I love the color. These pants have a value of $189.99.
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