Project Nomadic, A Minimalist Travel Wardrobe

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Those who love minimalism and traveling get their Christmas present early this year thanks to California-based Outerknown. The brand has recently launched Project Nomadic, a collection that embodies the minimalist travel wardrobe. Created with both convenience and style in mind, the range features some of the brand’s beloved designs, reimagined as simpler and more lightweight items. The collection includes everything from socks and tees to shirts and jackets, as well as thermal shirts and hoodies.

Using organic cotton, recycled polyester, and water repellent garments, the company blends premium quality and sustainability with function. Some of the standout products include the Coast Jacket, available in Navy and Olive, the classic Oxford shirts and Nomadic Long Sleeve shirts, as well as the ultra-soft thermals in neutral colors. Apart from the cool minimalist style, the prices also impress. The items range from $18 to $88, offering a great opportunity to completely overhaul one’s minimalist travel wardrobe this fall. Photographs© Outerknown.

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