Traveling in Comfort

As I'm preparing for Italy (YEEEEE!!!) I've been thinking a lot about what I'm going to be wearing during the two weeks that I'll be there. So, looking at the 13+ hour flight that I have to look forward to... I decided to brainstorm some comfy outfits for traveling...

Molly Sims


Miranda Kerr

Rachel McAdams

Jessica Beil

Kate Hudson

Sienna Miller

Whitney Port

Paz Vega

Reese Witherspoon

Vanessa Hudgens

Kim Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian


I think it's safe to say that I will be wearing the following:
Leggings or Skinny Jeans
Over-sized Tee
My Harajuku Jacket
Aviators
Scarf
Flats-- Sandals or Closed?
Over-sized Purse


What do you think?? Any other suggestions? What's the furtherest you guys have traveled? Share your stories! I love to hear them!

P.S. I just found this awesome site!! Designer Social You all need to go over and check it out! 

Much love,

4 comments:

Kristie said...

I love this post. I'm going to NYC and Boston next week, so this gives me lots of ideas. I say go with closed flats. I don't know about you, but my feet always get so cold on airplanes!

Sara said...

I never travel without my hoodie! It works great to cover my eyes when I attempt to sleep on the plane. My farthest trip is to Croatia...though I'm from there, so does that still count? From house to house, it is nearly a 24 hr trip.

Marisa said...

Kourtney K and Vanessa Hudgens are my favorite looks there. I usually rock the leggings or skinnies when traveling with a comfy tshirt flats and jacket. Something stylish enough for arrival but still airplane friendly :)

Jessee said...

Your list about covers it. I usually wear comfortable, light jeans and a sort of baggy shirt. Also a sweater or jacket because sometimes there's too much air conditioning and it gets cold, and if not you can always take it off (a scarf also fulfills this role). As for the shoes, I'd say covered flats over sandals for the same purpose. If it gets hot you can always take them off, but if it's cold you can't do much.

And definite yes to the oversized purse. You can carry on a purse to put under the seat in front of you as well as another bag to put in the overhead, so you can shove some extra stuff in your purse that you wouldn't otherwise be able to take. I'd also recommend something to pull your hair back with if you want.

Guess that's all, and I'm sure I didn't contribute much. ^__^; And you're leaving soon anyway, so have a great trip and I love you!!

Love, your older sister

 

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