3 Stylish and Comfy Outfits to Fly In
We all love to wear our leggings and hoodie duo when we have a flight to catch, and there is nothing wrong with that. At the same time though, just because you’re 30,000 feet in the air it doesn’t mean you can’t put a little more thought into what you wear when you’re getting up there. I was taught to dress well whenever I fly. Maybe that’s because my mother was a flight attendant, maybe it’s because my father always wears a nice jacket when he flies, but for the most part leggings and a hoodie we’re not my flight go-to.
I didn’t mind when I was younger, and then I went through a rebellious phase where I fought to rock my leggings and baggy top, but I’ve come to the realization that dressing nice to fly is a pretty good idea. Now, when I say “nice,” I don’t mean miniskirts and high heels because comfort is key when you’re stuck in a metal cabin with very little space to move around in, but the reason I like to dress well when I fly is because you can make the most of it that way.
What do I mean by that? Well, one your leggings don’t take up much luggage in comparison to other clothes, two, you really never know who you’re going to see and first impressions are important, and three, if you’re already dressed when you get wherever you’re going you can get straight to exploring after dropping off your luggage.
So here are three easy, comfy, and stylish outfits to where when you fly.
A nice maxi dress can easily add a touch of style to any travel day, and with slip on sneakers you can look fashionable at the airport without dealing with hassle.
Wide leg pants like paper bag pants provide mobility and make it easy to move around which is always needed when you have to hustle through an airport and a simple tee-shirt with a little flair in the form of some ruffle sleeves you’ve got an easy to travel, stylish outfit.
One knotted up tee shirt and one fun skirt equals a fun outfit and one less thing to worry about when getting ready to get on a plane.
So what kind of traveler are you? Do you prefer to stick to your leggings and hoodies, or do you have something else up your sleeve?