After visiting Switzerland, I am a wool fanatic. Wool base layers wick moisture away, dry well for laundry purposes, and of course excel at keeping you warm. You can layer under your usual stuff, or try wool leggings with a long sweater.
My travel clothes are a mixture of plain colour wool and moisture wicking activewear tops. I have a black wool skirt with an elastic waist where I can adjust the length from mid calf to just below knee by folding the waistband over. I find wool leggings too itchy but do take leggings with me to wear with the skirt, under jeans if it's cold and as pyjamas.
How about a few infinity scarves?
I have tried them but still find they end up with spaghetti sauce on them. Maybe I never learned to eat neatly, who knows.
buttons up but can be left open. It's so see-through ... Second the sheer blouse. Can be worn open like a jacket, buttoned, or belted
A lightweight button up sheer blouse is usually what I take. I think I might just be bored with the blouse I usually take and need to find a new one. The challenge is finding one or at most two blouses that I am happy to wear for 60 dinners in a row!
my lower-calf- length sleeveless black dress
I have one of these. I took it on my last trip and only wore it twice, so this time it's staying home and I am relying on my black skirt and tops.
I am also considering this lightweight merino jacket: Merino Country short jacket
Thanks for the link. Teal is one of my go to travel colours and this cardigan looks very nice, but quite expensive.