Travel Outfit by posinator featuring a 3.1 phillip lim purse
We all like to be comfortable while flying, amirite? This is pretty much my standard go-to ensemble, upscaled a bit (because I want that 3.1 phillip lim purse real bad).
This Splendid waffle hoodie is great. Nice and drape-y. Not too thick, super soft. Sometimes I pull the hood up and really get into it. It's also good at the hotel while lounging (if there's no hotel robe).
I eventually need to bite the bullet and try an T by Alexander Wang, I just don't know how I feel about spending $80 on a basic. I heard Everlane is good. Sadly, I plow through white t-shirts like nobody's business--from food spills to yellow pits. So for now, I have been buying them from Target. I often throw an Old Navy tank under it, just because I hate the feeling of jeans buttons hitting my belly. Weird, but true. Maybe a long-sleeve if you get cold, but I often have to deal with temp fluctuations.
I usually wear black jeans on a trip less than 8 hours--the ones I have from Citizens for Humanity are great. Lots of stretch. Otherwise, I go for some Lululemon Wunder Unders.
Who don't love a black bralette under a t-shirt? Love it. Just enough edgy, but super comfortable without wires and that nonsense to deal with.
I recently bought a pair of black pleather high tops and they are in heavy rotation during travel--important only if you get TSA Pre-Check, like me, and don't have to deal with yanking them on/off. Otherwise, for warm climates, non-lace slip ons. Cold climates have me wearing my Frye Melissa Button short boots that zip off.
What else is there to say? I usually have a backpack with me loaded to the brim with work junk, and I take a smaller-ish bag that I can tuck in if I have to consolidate.
Keep it simple. I usually wear basic stud earrings so I can keep my headphones on comfortably. Always have a scarf to layer up. Maybe a fun arm party that's easy to deal with. I never wear necklaces on flights just because they annoy me. And if I'm sleeping, I usually get tangled.