Sorry, I don't have any links. But, I've collected quite a few pieces that I love for travel. I have an Eddie Bauer raincoat that folds into a pouch. I like the raincoat, its black, and looks fine as a windbreaker layer, as well. When traveling at cooler times, I have a burgundy cashmere cardigan I purchased at Marshall's. I like it because it packs small and is lightweight but it is very warm. I'm currently watching for something similar but with a hood. I have a pair of LLBean black, boot cut fitness pants that are comfy for long days on the plane, but I've found that with an appropriate top, they look close enough to dress pants. I have a few pieces (a short sleeved and long sleeved gray top) that are really supposed to be active/work out wear, but the silky fabric, cut and style look more like "every day" clothes. They wash and dry quickly, they were purchased at Eddie Bauer outlet. I also have a long sleeved, active wear fabric, pullover with a hood. It packs really small, I like it as an extra layer, but also works well with my active wear pants or even leggings for long travel days because it is long enough to cover my seat and very upper parts of my thighs. I have a slightly heavier, short sleeved knit dress from Loft outlet. By itself, it is a cool summer/fall dress. Since the fabric has some substance, it hangs nice and is not clingy. With a thinner white or black long sleeved top plus my cardigan and leggings, its great for fall and winter type weather. This was great when I traveled in January and was in warmer Spain and colder Vienna. I like to bring two pairs of leggings, one long and black and one mid calf and gray. They are small, comfy in hotel room and are nice under dresses and skirts. They are small enough to tuck into a purse should the weather become warm during the day. Any dresses, skirts, pants that I bring are gray, black or tan. Light weight, loose fitting pants with a drawstring are the "in thing" right now. (per my daughter) I see them everywhere. I picked up a black pair in a dressier fabric, they are very cool to wear and pack small. I have a few lightweight, elbow length print blouses, mostly from Marshall's, that pack light and are good in mostly all weather, with a layer or two when needed. A cami underneath adds a nice layer on occasion, too. I have several wide infinity scarves that pack small, add a nice touch to an outfit and can pull over my head in cooler or windy weather. Black, thin long underwear from REI, that are very warm, and the top looks like any long sleeved top. I'm watching for another top in another color. I'd like to have a little less black in my suitcase. I don't like to spend much on my travel clothes, because they could potentially get lost, also, some layers are often rolled into my purse or my backpack during the day which isn't exactly gentle on them. But, most are high quality, just purchased on sale or an outlet type store. Jockey makes a line of very light weight, underwear in a silky, breathable fabric that pack small and dry fast.