The Kosan Go Travel Dress is the ultimate outfit for a woman on the go. Its fashionable, economical design makes it both comfortable and functional without sacrificing style. Best of all, it has pockets!
The design of the dress was created with world travelers in mind. Fed up with dresses that bunched, wrinkled and picked up odors after one wear, they created something ultra-functional that offers versatility. The dress is essentially two outfits in one thanks to an adjustable skirt that flows both above and below the knees. It’s perfect for a day at the beach or a night out on the town.
Along with being stylish, the materials pack quite a punch. The dress is odor-resistant and can be worn for multiple days without picking up a stench, thanks to an antibacterial treatment. It’s also moisture wicking, making it perfect for hot climates. The dress is wrinkle-free, and can be hand washed in any temperature. It’s also quick drying and protects against harmful UV rays.
All of that, combined with four separate pockets to store your necessities, makes it the perfect outfit for any woman who enjoys taking to the skies. Whether you’re looking for something perfect to pack on your next backpacking trip or simply want something that looks good no matter where you go, the Kosan Go Travel Dress is for you.
The dress currently retails for $160 and is available for pre-order now. Shipments are expected to begin in August 2019. Head over to the website and check out the designs, along with the range of features, and ways to order one of your own.
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