Airport Chic: What To Wear While In Transit
It’s the perfect place to blend comfort and style
When looking forward to a long flight, the chances are your first priority when it comes to wardrobe is comfort—and we completely agree. But just because we want to be comfortable does not mean we should drab during our travels.
There is a way to look stylish and be comfortable, as some of favorite style inspirations have taught us again and again. You just need to find that perfect balance between the two.
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One easy way to look chic is to go monochrome and white is always great if you want to look fresh. But just so you don’t look too stiff, play it up with some trendy details, like a bare shoulder, even if you have to fashion them yourself. Or you can opt to break the line with some colors (or another neutral) as well.
Zalora Front Keyhole Tank Top (P699)
Fatima Beltran Clothing Linen Pants (P1,600)
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You can also just opt for one statement piece, which would depend on what country you’re going to next and what weather they have. If it’s cold, bring a coat. If it’s warm, opt for some colorful bottoms or a graphic shirt instead. The rest of your outfit can then be pretty basic in order not to confuse the eye.
Topship Crop Frill Jacket (P3,395)
You can also go for a more matchy-matchy look with co-ord pieces from your closet. The overlook ensemble will look completely put together and undoubtedly chic. If possible, go for more flowy pieces that allow movement and comfort.
Zalora Layered Jumpsuit (P1,799)
Something Borrowed Printed Cut In Romper (P1,149)