Ladies, find your perfect flying outfit formula
JEANS and a T-shirt aren’t going to cut it on a long-haul flight unless you want to be super uncomfortable.
If you’re not up in first or business class, you won’t be given an ultra-soft cotton sleeper suit, flatbed and memory foam pillow.
So, the art of staying comfortable on a flight while sitting upright on chairs with less padding than a camp bed comes down to what you wear.
Whether you’re traveling for leisure, business or a little bit of both, these are the outfit formulas sure to keep you cozy while still looking fly.
With perhaps the exception of Victoria Beckham, every modern woman has a pair of leggings.
Not only are they super comfortable, they also go with everything.
For this look, combine them with a long, thick cardigan which can double up as an extra blanket, loose vest top and a soft pair of pumps.
Dark-colored yoga pants are the best legging option as they are designed to be breathable but will keep you warm when the cabin air-con goes haywire.
Over the knee dress
Remember the satisfaction you got as a kid when you pulled a baggy jumper or dress over your knees and created a cozy little nest?
And how this was quickly followed by your mom telling you off for stretching your clothes?
Well, wearing a long, loose-fitting dress on a flight gives you that same sense of coziness.
Maxi dresses are great combined with a cropped cardigan, pumps or booties.
To stay warm, layer the dress over a T-shirt.
Tracksuit and trainers
A tracksuit is a failsafe option for flying, but it doesn’t have to be the same old style.
Forget what you know about generic tracksuits and grab a silky pair of bottoms, a fluffy cotton jumper and whatever sneakers portray your personality.
Your Sporty Spice style will dazzle everyone.
Jeans are a risky choice on planes as they’re not soft and pinch in all the wrong places.
But maternity jeans are designed to be comfortable. Yes, we’re suggesting maternity jeans, even if you’re not pregnant.
They have a loose waistband and nonrestrictive ankle seams, and a delight to wear.
They could also be your saving grace if you overindulge on vacation.
Jumpsuit (Our pick)
Pretty much all baby outfits consist of jumpsuits and rompers.
Why? Because they’re crazy comfortable not to mention easy to get on and off.
Not only are adult rompers stylish, but they also add comfort to any journey.
They can be layered with T-shirts and jumpers, and work with almost any style of shoes.
If you’re traveling a long distance for work and need to get to a meeting soon after landing, a fitted blazer is a sure fire way to spruce up any outfit.
If you’re a heels kind of woman, throw a comfy pair in a bag to change into when you land.
One last word of advice
Sports bra, sports bra, sports bra.
An underwire digging into your ribs is the last thing you want on a long-haul flight, so find something soft and mega supportive.
Source: Travels travelwireasia.com