Whether you’re planing a mountain escape this season or jetting off to a tropical destination, if your in-flight strategy involves achieving maximum coziness or somehow managing to wear all the stuff that didn’t fit into your suitcase, your travel outfit should at the very least fulfill two basic principles. One: It should be comfortable enough that you don’t lose circulation or break out in hives after sitting for a few hours. Two: It should give an awesome first impression when you land, so scroll down for insanely good fashion vacation advice !
First of all, when you begin your packing process, have at least some idea of what you’ll wear when. Lay out your clothes and style outfits before you pack everything up. This way, you know what to reach for and aren’t scrambling to put together something cute. You can also bring five to 10 extra items that you love the most,just in case you want to default back to anything. However, if you can, avoid this common mistake: Don’t bring things you have never worn that you think you will wear while on the go. I promise, if you’ve never worn it, you’re not going to wear it now. Instead, only bring clothes you usually wear as it’s more comfortable that way.
While on your way to the airport, know that layers are always a good idea when you plan to travel ! For instance, you can one rock the airport look by layering a shirt underneath the jacket or a sweater that you can tie around your waist later. You can combine that look with sweatpants( don’t be afraid! ) as long as you’re treating them like a pair of trousers and pair them with proper boots, your look can still appear polished. Therefore, cover it all up with a statement coat. It’s a great idea to wear your bulkiest, biggest, baddest coat while traveling so it doesn’t get squashed in your suitcase, and this gives you some license to get a little relaxed with the rest of your outfit.
In term of accessory, try to minimize your jewelry. Instead of piling your wrists with watches and bracelets, keep your accessories to a minimum because, there’s 99% of chance you will be asked to remove everything before going through airport security. Lastly, fill your bag with items you’ll need to get by including a snack — and change of clothes if you can fit it because you never know when your luggage will get lost. Plus, don’t forget your blanket scarf. Not only does it add some color to your outfit, but there are innumerable uses for it on the plane. Bundle it up for a makeshift pillow, stuff it behind your back for lumbar support, or wrap yourself in it as you settle in for an in-flight movie !
I’m wearing: Esprit Pinstripe flannel tracksuit bottoms / Esprit Short military-style jacket / Esprit ribbed jersey jumper / Esprit Check shoulder bag with buttons /