It’s super tempting to travel in your pajamas or sweatpants, especially for the long-haul ones. However, it IS possible to look stylish while you’re lugging your suitcase around and be comfortable. I’ve taken a lot of different flights over the years, so I put together some of my favorite combinations. Here are the best travel outfits for planes depending on your style! While I mix it up, I’ll admit the leggings outfit sometimes wins out when it’s a longggg flight haha!
Best Travel Outfits for Planes
Skinny Jeans/Jeggings + V-Neck + Slide Sneakers + Oversized Knit
You can’t go wrong with this outfit for the plane – just choose jeans that aren’t too tight on the waistband. Throwing a nice baggy sweater over top of the outfit makes it perfect.
Yoga Capris + T-Shirt + Flip Flops
My go-to when I fly international and long-haul. My flights to India are something 30-40 hours all together and it can be exhausting. The last thing I want to worry about is how I look. I will sometimes wear this with high top sneakers to look a little more put together. I always choose some really cool leggings, though!
Hot Weather Outfit
Loose Pants + T-Shirt + Sandals
India, Bali – this is the one! I wear this combo when I travel around hot countries and countries that are a little more conservative. In general, I like to wear “ali baba”/harem style pants, silk trousers, and other baggy style trousers that make me feel like I’m not in gym clothes but as comfortable as if I were!
Cooler Weather Outfit
Loose Shirt + Cableknit Sweater + Fleece Leggings + Slides or Boots
Flying into Europe in the winter (like when I went to Finland last year!) this is the best outfit because layers are exactly what you need! If you don’t have fleece leggings, go get you a pair! You won’t regret it.
Baseball Cap + Jogger Pants + Boxy Tee + Sneakers
Are you in on the “jogger pants” vibe yet? It’s not going away. I feel like it’s the only acceptable way to wear actual sweats these days. Plus, it’s only in the USA that people go to the grocery and out in public in sweatpants. In Europe, people find it odd, and if you are flying internationally, it does make you feel a bit gross.
Jumpsuit + Tee + Mules or Slides
I save this for short flights: within the USA, within India, or mostly just domestic flights or flights under 3 hours. I love jumpsuits because they are comfortable, take literally no time to style, and make you look instantly chic with basically zero effort. They do sometimes get wrinkled which is why I go for this on shorter flights where I won’t be figeting around trying to get comfortable sleeping.
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