Airport Looks, What to Wear

airport looks

One of the things I love about travelling is the whole process of preparing for the trip and that includes what I’m going to wear to the airport. With that in mind I came up with 3 airport looks that I would wear. Hope you like them!

Airport Looks

Look 1- Ladylike

Dresses can be either a blessing or a curse, depending on the style of the dress. If I’m travelling to the airport, I prefer to have breathable and easy to wear dresses.

Airport looks- ladylike

 

 

 

 

This look is light, flirty and great for short haul flights. Think Barcelona or Paris! It’s the kind of outfit that takes you from your front door to both airports and out for drinks straight from the hotel.

Look 2- Casual Chic

After travelling to Bangkok and Sri Lanka, I’ve realised that tight jeans and cute sandals aren’t the way to go. So for this second airport look, comfort was the name of the game.

Airport looks- casual chic

 

 

 

Wide leg trousers in linen which is great because you can pull on a pair of leggings or tights to keep you warm if need be. Airport looks don’t always require a t-shirt so I paired it with a denim top and a colourful bomber jacket for warmth. Throw on a pair of espadrilles and you’re good to go. If the espadrilles aren’t your thing then a pair of trainers will do the trick

Look 3- Casual

I know I said airport looks don’t need to always include a t-shirt but it doesn’t mean that I don’t like a t-shirt.

airport looks- casual look

 

 

 

I love distressed boyfriend jeans and if I could wear them all the time, I would! A simple comfy jeans and t-shirt look with a tote bag to carry your essentials are perfect. You could wear this for a flight to Morocco or anywhere up to 5 or 6 hours.

These are my 3 airport looks and I would love to see what your airport looks are like. Tag me on Instagram!

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