A striped sweater paired with black jeggings gets edgy with red ankle boots. Bring a faux fur jacket for changes in temps.
A good blazer is like the Swiss Army knife of travel outfit pieces. This long-sleeve maxi dress matched with a trench-like blazer strikes the perfect balance between casual and fashionable.
Layered With a Button-Down
Try layering a tee underneath a long-sleeve button-down. Add a robe-like velvet coat for good measure, along with distressed high-waisted jeans and sneakers for comfort.
Pair some high-waisted jeans with a playful cropped blazer. If you do bring fancy shoes on your travels, a pair of low block heels will easily transition from the plane to the hotel cocktail hour.
Get all snuggled up with an oversized sweater and scarf. Finish the look with a pair of practical-yet-stylish ankle boots.
Enveloping your entire body with soft, comfy material is one way to get all warm and cozy on a plane. A beanie and an oversized scarf will make you feel swathed in comfort. Flared pants and sneakers allow for easy movement and quick walking from one terminal to the next.
Who says turtlenecks are stuffy and confining? The cropped turtleneck is proof that the silhouette is neither, especially when paired with high-waisted pants.
Your Most Comfortable Pants
Even pajama pants look chic when paired with a crop top and warm coat.
Ladylike Maxi Dress
A maxi dress is the ultimate in practical plane wear. With a tie front, this one can take you from the lounge to your seat and out for adventures the second you touch down.
Mix and Match
Packing tip: Always wear your heaviest coat on the plane in order to save space in your luggage. Leopard prints go surprisingly well with other patterns. Give the look a pop of color with orange low-rise heels.
Skirt and Sweater
Is there anything more comfortable than this classic combo? Pair an asymmetrical skirt with a turtleneck. Sneakers are the icing on the cake of comfort.
Snug as a Bug
Prepare for the cold trip with an oversized knit sweater that envelops you like a blanket.
Athleisure is all about comfort and style — perfect for your trip. Track pants and sneakers will always be our go-to travel uniform.
Basic With a Pop of Color
When in doubt, go for an all-black look, but stand out with bright outerwear.
Anyone who’s accumulated a few thousand frequent flier miles knows: The trip doesn’t start when you get to the destination, but once you set out. Seasoned travelers have a go-to travel outfit uniform they’ve perfected over the course of many long-legged flights.
The perfect travel outfit is both comfortable and fashionable (just in case that first-class upgrade works out). And of course, with limited luggage space, it needs to be a combo that works for most destinations, too. While it might sound easy, when you factor in tight security, comfort, warmth, dressing for the destination and looking good, you can see how it’s hard to devise a simple formula for travel clothing.
To aid you in your search for the perfect airpot #OOTD selfie, we compiled looks that will give you some inspiration. After all, what else are those giant mirrors in airport bathrooms for?
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