Updating your holiday wardrobe is always fun, from new swimwear to that perfect dinner outfit, the vacay build up is almost as exciting as actually being away. Once your suitcase is brimming with your fresh new holiday picks, then it’s time to turn your attention to your airport outfit. Nailing travel chic is no easy task so we have some top tips to ensure that you arrive at your destination in comfort but without sacrificing your style…
Pair a soft cashmere knit with comfortable leggings or loose trousers for a cool but casj look. It’s also a great investment buy and one you will wear for years to come.
Athleisure has become the norm for most women’s wardrobes; from brunch dates to shopping trips, you can wear your work-out gear way beyond the gym. Tracksuits are perfect for travelling and paired with fresh white kicks and a leather jacket you’ll look all kinds of cool strolling through customs.
Socks and flip flops
Gone are the days when socks and sandals are deemed as ‘not cool’. The slider and sock combo make them the perfect laid-back footwear choice for travelling – easy to throw on and off when you’re enduring a 10 hour flight.
The cross-body bag
Invest in a tiny bag to carry your passport, money and plane tickets, this means all of your valuable belongings are close by and within easy reach. Save your hand luggage to carry everything else.
Pack a scarf
When flying it’s all about layers. Wearing an oversized scarf will keep your warm as well as double up as a blanket when you’re mid-air!
Classic black leggings are a no-brainer when it comes to travel outfits. Comfy and easy-to-wear, they go with just about anything which means if you want to dress them up then you can. We say style them with an oversized tee and a chunky cardigan for a cool and effortless off-duty look.
ALWAYS pack a pair of oversized sunnies in your hand luggage, as hopefully the sun will be shining once your reach your holiday destination! Also, a pair of dark shades are a great way to hide any eye bags caused from a sleepless flight.
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