We all know that comfort is key when it comes to long travel days, but that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your style. You never know who might be on your plane!! There is a balance between the two and I’m going to lay out some of the major points to keep you trendy while you’re jet setting.
- If you’re willing to wear an outfit made entirely of ‘real’ clothes: I recommend throwing on a romper or jumpsuit. They’re so cute, but still comfortable enough to make it through a long day of sitting without making you crazy. I know a lot of people hate jeans, but I love them so I am definitely an advocate there as well. Pair them with a cute graphic tee or a cozy sweater and you’re set to go!
- If you’re willing to wear an outfit made partially out of ‘real’ clothes: I recommend yoga pants, for comfort, with a longer top. A light sweater or t-shirt will work fine. This way you still look put together while still keeping your comfort a priority.
- If you just can’t with ‘real’ clothes: Opt for nicer comfy pants, joggers for example, and a shirt that isn’t too close to pajamas. Anything that says “I know this plane isn’t my bed.” Comfort is the focus of your day here and this look will keep your priorities in check.
- I’m the kind of person who doesn’t feel quite put together without my eyebrows done, so I tend to opt for what I call my ‘Three Minute Face.’ This consists of eyebrows, mascara, blush,and maybe a little lipgloss. Nothing fancy. Nothing that takes precision. Just a little outlining of my facial features.
- I know people who can’t leave the house without a full face and others who wouldn’t dream of putting even a touch if makeup on before they left for something as informal as travel. There’s no wrong answer here. It’s all about what makes you feel good.
- There’s no reason not to wear comfy shoes. Comfy shoes can easily be cute shoes as well. This is always my top priority when it comes to traveling. Walking in uncomfortable shoes is the worst and travel days are known for unexpected events. Prepare accordingly.
- I also always recommend wearing your bulkiest shoes for the sake of space in your suitcase, but again, comfort is top priority here.
With these tips in mind, you’ll be taking the world by storm one adventure at a time, looking your best while keeping comfort key.
Here’s to loving your look!