This is a sponsored post, but as always, all opinions are 100% our own.
Crystal and I have always been frequent travelers and throughout the years we have narrowed down what we like in our travel attire. We try to find clothing that is functional for both travel and our everyday lifestyle. We aren't full-time travelers, so when we aren't hopping on-and-off flights. We are working our day jobs, running errands, hiking, and all the other normal activities most of us do.
We were recently introduced to an amazing line of functional lightweight travel attire. This luxurious line wasn't the typical travel wear we were used to wearing. The attention to detail and the functional designs really drew us in when we began exploring their website.
We were immediately impressed by the online shopping experience, but of course, the clothing is what really matters, right? We put in our order and when our shipment arrived, we could not have been happier with our new outfits. Here are our top 5 reasons why we are now huge fans of Anatomie:
1. Figure Flattering Designs and Fabrics
We were blown away by the fit of Anatomie's pants and leggings. The fit was 100% perfect like it was tailored just for our specific body type. I ordered the Andrea Contrast-Panel Legging and Crystal got the Luisa Pant. The fabric in these pants are Anatomie's signature stretch fabric that was developed in France and it's superb.
The Andrea Contrast-Panel Legging hugged my body in all the right places and has an amazing slimming effect. The two-tone legging is subtle but it adds that hint of chic that sets it apart from the average legging. If you want a pair of pants that gives you legs for
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