Tuesday, June 03, 2014

AELLA- from Paris to the Hamptons: the Perfect Travel Pant

From Paris, NYC to St. Barth's to the Hamptons, it’s all about jet setting this year! Since we know how precious suitcase space is and how every extra inch counts, AELLA has solved the issue of how to easily look chic while traveling. Whether it is travel for business or for pleasure, AELLA is keeping you stylish whether strolling through the Parisian markets to sauntering right into an elegant dinner party.

Regardless if the choice is the culottes trend, the classic skinny or a fashion forward wide leg, AELLA is comfortable and wrinkle resistant, ideal for wearing on a plane and walking right into the board meeting. Additionally, the pants DO NOT have to be dry cleaned, perfect for washing on the go. A money and timesaver indeed!

About Aella:

Aella, the new luxe minimalist essentials collection with focusing on pants officially launches for Spring 2014 and promises to be a tailored triumph. From Amazons and suffragettes to style icons such as Bianca Jagger, pants are undeniably the mark of the modern woman. When AELLA founder and designer Eunice Cho couldn’t find the perfect tailored pant, she created them with a winning formula: “Everyone has her favorite leggings and skinny jeans but never a pair of go-to trousers. I wanted to create pants that women can slip into for instant polish and actually feel chic in them year after year.” Crafted with the comfort of leggings, the versatility of jeans and the sophistication of suiting, the California-based line sources the softest, strongest Italian jersey specially knit and sustainably produced in premium fabric mills.

Aella offers contemporary details such as contoured seaming, exposed zippers and leather accents bring a crisp, cool and chic finish. With the careful craftsmanship and detail put into each piece, the brand successfully achieves a covetable combination of being classic yet modern, allowing women to build a complete wardrobe in a range of core colors and inspired fashion silhouettes.
To learn more, or see a lookbook, go to www.aella.co

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