Not only does this tunic offer a blue and green version, but you can also switch it back to front for either a v-neck or boat-neck look.
If you’re not looking for anything fancy, your standard run-of-the-mill maxi dress or skirt will be a nice multipurpose addition to your travel wardrobe.
The Nadi Wrap is a rectangular piece of fabric with rows of buttons along the sides. It can be worn as a scarf, poncho, skirt, top, and more. The material is great for travel because it resists wrinkles and dries fast.
An asymmetrically-cut dress with batwing sleeves, it has a hidden snap detail and can be styled into various dresses, skirts, and tops.
A different take on convertible clothing, Vacay makes an assortment of two-piece “dresses” and jumpsuits. Each is a top and a skirt (or pants for jumpsuits) that when worn together look like one garment, but can also be worn separately.
This is a tube dress with buttons along the bottom that allow it to be worn 20 ways, including several different dresses, tops, skirts, and even harem pants.