We can’t deny that some airport outfits are incredibly chic. But let’s be honest: When it comes to traveling, the first priority is always comfort. And if you happen to be planning for a trip across the pond, you’ll find out just how tempting it can be to reach for those lived-in sweats. Luckily, if you’re at a loss for what to wear, you can always count on your favorite It girls to show you how to dress for international flights. Perhaps you’ve already noticed on Instagram, but in the realm of traveling, your favorite fashion girls are practically pros. Ahead, you’ll find 14 cool outfits that’ll keep you chic and comfortable during even the longest international flights. Scroll down to check them all out below.
Style Tip: When in doubt, a coordinated sweatsuit with easy slip-on shoes will always get you through your flights.
The Great. The Cropped Sweatpants ($185)
With the cinched hems, these feel a touch more polished than your average sweats.
Vans Classic Slip-On Sneaker ($50)
Slip-on sneakers will make your time through security a touch easier.
Style Tip: In case you have to deal with the plane's air conditioning, opt for a chic sweater to wear with comfortable biker shorts.
Ganni Hand Knit Wool Sweater ($540)
Leave it to Ganni to always have ultra-chic sweaters.
Aritzia Equator Legging Knee ($20)
You'll want to buy multiple pairs of Aritizia's biker shorts.
Style Tip: You'll never go wrong with leggings and easy pool slides.
Girlfriend Black Compressive High-Rise Legging ($68)
If you want a sustainable pair of legginsg, these classic black leggings are made using recycled polyester.
Adidas Adilette Stripe Sport Slide ($45)
Nothing gets more comfortable than these iconic pool slides from Adidas.
Style Tip: If you want a look that'll feel put-together, opt for loose-fitting jeans and a comfortable shirt or jacket.
Whimsy + Row Jordan Jacket ($198)
Wear this buttoned up as a structured top or open as a jacket.
Agolde Baggy Oversized Jeans ($168)
If you're going to wear jeans to through a flight, opt for a looser-fitting pair.
Style Tip: For those who want to only wear one piece, a comfortable cotton long-sleeve dress will be all you need.
Ozma Didion Dress ($178)
Trust us, you'll never want to take this dress off.
Staud Bissett Leather Bucket Bag ($350)
A bucket back will make it easier to grab your things during the flight.
Style Tip: Wear stylish track pants and chunky sneakers for a cool, athleisure ensemble.
Burberry Embroidered Cotton-Blend Jersey Track Pants ($455)
Need a luxurious pair of track pants? These are it.
Fila Disruptor II Premium Sneakers ($65)
These chunky sneakers are easily one of the most comfortable pairs you'll own.
Style Tip: Loose track pants and a T-shirt will give you a cool streetwear ensemble for your flight.
Stussy Globe Logo Tee ($38)
Can't go wrong with a classic T-shirt.
Jonathan Simkhai Lingerie Sateen Track Pant ($695)
The elastic band on these won't dig into your waist.
Style Tip: Could there be anything more comfortable than straight-leg jeans and a simple sweater?
& Other Stories Mock Neck Sweater ($49)
For those who get cold easily, opt for a soft sweater.
Violeta Straight-Fit Theresa Jeans ($80)
These jeans have a bit of stretch in them for additional comfort.
Style Tip: Opt for a short-sleeve sweater and flowing pants for an outfit that'll let you move however you need to.
Connolly Short-Sleeved Cashmere Sweater ($285)
For when you can't decide between a T-shirt and a sweater.
Farm Rio Garden Dreams Wide Leg Trousers ($200)
Flowing, wide-leg pants like these will be sure to keep you comfortable throughout your flight.
Style Tip: If you want to be ultra-comfortable comfortable and casual, opt for a T-shirt dress and easy hiking-style boots.
Frank & Eileen Asymmetrical T-Shirt Dress ($155)
If you need an easy piece to wear onto the plane, go with this.
MM6 Maison Margiela Buffed Leather Hiking Boot ($239)
These will add a cool edge to any ensemble.
Style Tip: A sleek, long-sleeve crop top with cargo pants will be a cool and unexpected airport look.
Are You Am I Mina Long Sleeve ($120)
Wear this on its own, or layer it under a longer top.
Simon Miller Draw String Cargo Pants ($280)
These will feel so much cooler than your everyday sweatpants.
Style Tip: An easy polo shirt with roomy track shorts is a more polished version of your standard T-shirt–and-sweats look.
Loewe + Paula’s Ibiza Embroidered Cotton-Piqué Polo Shirt ($315)
A collared shirt feels slightly more put together than an everyday tee.
Outdoor Voices Doing Things Shorts ($55)
If you want tend to get warm on flights, opt for a pair of track shorts.
Style Tip: A classic crewneck sweatshirt will keep you comfortable and cozy when you plan to sleep during your flight.
Monrow Sweatshirt ($148)
Staying comfortable during flights can also come down to layering. In which case, opt for a timeless crewneck sweatshirt.
Commando Faux Leather Bike Shorts ($78)
Opt for these faux-leather bike shorts when you want to give your ensemble an edge.
Style Tip: Wear a monochromatic ensemble of a T-shirt and track pants to give your travel outfit a touch of polish.
Richer Poorer Grown Up Crop Tee ($36)
Hands down, this is one of the most comfortable tees on the market.
Fleur du Mal Silk-Satin Track Pants ($92)
Swap out your standard tracks for this luxurious silk-satin version.
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This article originally appeared on Who What Wear
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