We’ve already covered packing your suitcase for a holiday on the kay me blog, so now it’s time to turn our attention to business travel. While for some people this may be a perk of the job, for others it can feel like more hassle than its worth.
kay me founder and lead designer Junko Kemi channeled her frustrations with standard workwear into the drive to make kay me the international brand it is today – exasperated by non-stretch tight fitting jackets, skirts and dresses, she dreamed of creating a range of clothing that works for today’s busy women.
Our patented easy-care fabrics ensure not only no more creases but are also quick drying and non-iron, making them a great time saver as well as being stretchy enough to cope with travel on planes, trains and automobiles. Wherever you’re going, kay me will get you there in style!
Our kay me wrap dresses have become a favourite of stylish Tokyo businesswomen, and it’s easy to see why – the contrasting skirt and top sections make for a fashionable choice for the city, and the prints and patterns are perfectly chic for both the office and a restaurant after work. Fabrics are key here, with the slightly heavier skirt creating a more structured shape, and with kay me’s special hidden inside button you have nothing to fear from even the most breezy of commutes.
Solid colour dresses
The standard of many a working wardrobe, kay me solid colour dresses come in many shades as well as different cuts – from soft cache-coeur drapes to our waist-defining asymmetric styles, there’s a great variety to choose from no matter your taste. Thanks to the unique pattern-cutting techniques used by our Japanese artisans, all you have to do is zip up your dress and you’re ready to go.
It’s great to be able to express yourself with a bit of colour and pattern, and if you’re lucky enough to work in an environment that allows you to, why not explore our signature range of printed dresses? Simply add one of our super-stretchy jackets for the office or a simple cardigan for a more relaxed look.
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