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Womanly Travel Wear

July 01, 2001

In response to a letter by Cathy Cutler ("Ineffective by Design?" May 6), in which she complains that travel clothes for women don't have pockets: Not all women want heavy, bulky pockets in their clothes.

I prefer sleek knits that are easy to pack, wrinkle-free and can go from a bus ride to a museum to dinner and dancing. When I need to stash my room key and take money and a credit card for a quick trip out of my hotel room, I use a tiny fabric shoulder bag with a long strap that goes across my shoulder.

These are readily available in the U.S., and I've bought them also in other countries at street markets bazaars and street fairs.

MELINDA GAIL

Northridge

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