Mountain Khakis Women Collection Review

Now that the warm sunny weather is here, I'm planning on spending A LOT of time outside. Since I'll be outside for long stretches of time and in different type of conditions, I need clothing that protect my skin as well as makes me look good.

I recently blogged about Mountain Khakis introducing its first full collection for women. Love that the collection has UVA/UVB 50+ protection. Clothing that is fashion and protective?! Of course I was happy to review a few pieces from the collection.


The Oxbow Tunic in Burnt Henna was well made and fit me wonderful. The color and patterned looked great on me, and could easily be worn for meeting friends for brunch or hanging around in the park. I LOVE that the tunic had big spacious pockets on the side


The Oxbow Skirt in Ash Chambray was also well made and fit great. This skirt gave me enough room and flowed nicely when I walked. I liked the back panel with has a stretchable section and the adorable details on the front buttons.


The Oxbow Long Sleeve in Vapor gave me a bit more professional look then casual but still went well with jeans or a skirt, This shirt has a snug fit which gives a nice outline. Love the feel of the long sleeves and the top pocket.

One thing I noticed and really liked about Mountain Khakis clothing is the freedom of movement and ability to withstand everyday usage. While taking my photos there were moments I had to be a mom and chase after my son, who was trying to run wild and free in the park. The clothing moved with me well. As a mom of a active little boy I LOVE that!

I highly recommend items from the Mountain Khakis Women Collection whether you traveling in the wild of nature or New York City streets.

Mountain Khakis can be found at specialty outdoor retailers or at
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Please Note: I received product samples for review purpose. No other compensation was received. Views expressed are always 100% my own.

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