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What You Should Wear When You Fly

There's something to be said about the woman who still dresses to the nines at the airport. She's sophisticated, she's evolved, and she respects the glamour of travel. The outfit you wear on the plane is also the first thing you'll wear at your destination, after all, so your first impression's at stake. But, if your clothes prevent you from getting past security swiftly, booking it to your gate, and sitting comfortably for your two or twelve hour flight, you've got to rethink. 

T by Alexander Wang

If anybody out there is doing better tees than T by Alexander Wang, I haven’t found them. The ultra soft fabric adds a nice feminine contrast and it's fitted with the perfect amount of slouch for your long day of traveling. Best of all, it's easy to incorporate in just about every outfit.

Free People Kimono

The kimono is the new cardigan. And it happens to be an ideal piece for traveling. With its blousy shape and swingy sleeves, this Free People Kimono will keep you feeling warm, comfortable, and unrestricted in aircraft cabins. It's like a Snuggie, only thinner and a thousand times less embarrassing.

ASOS Peg Pant in Jersey

Peg pants are great because they look like real pants but feel like sweatpants, since they're made from super-soft jersey. They're perfectly slouchy and stretchy for when you want to curl up in your plane seat. Best of all, these ASOS Peg Pants come in a bunch of different prints, including plaid and polka dot.

Lululemon Vinyasa Scarf

The Lululemon Vinyasa Scarf is extremely soft and can be worn lots of different ways. Snaps at both ends of the scarf facilitate multiple styling possibilities. It's a shirt! It's a shrug! It's a hood! Seriously, it's awesome; check it out.

Vans Classic Slip-On

The Vans Classic Slip-On shoe is effortlessly stylish and well suited for easy removal in the airport-security line. If they're good enough for the skate park, they're good enough for traveling through an airport. You can march for miles in a broken-in pair of Vans slip-ons without every getting a blister.

By: Silvia Isotti

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