Going away? Don't go out of style
Here are some quintessential fashion tips for your trip
'Tis the season for travelling. But why should we sacrifice style even if many hours are spent on the plane?
While we may not all look like frequent flyers, we can learn from celebrities on how to travel in comfort while not compromising style.
Here are some ways to look flawless on the plane.
DENIM ON DENIM
Social media influencer Nichole Ciotti looked comfortably chic by pairing her dark blue jeans with a light-wash denim jacket.
Ciotti's whole outfit is understated, and the trick is to make sure that both denims are in a different wash so they do not clash.
Comfort is definitely key with this look, allowing you to move around freely.
Be inspired by British bombshell Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for some classic styles.
She wore a plain white shirt with a pair of light-wash blue jeans and a pair of sandals.
Her midnight blue floral jacket also brings on a pop of colour to the rather simple look.
However, if it is too loud for you, throw on a one-coloured number and you're good to go.
Jet-setting off to some tropical country or a resort? Wear a cute flowy dress - be it babydoll, skater or even a tunic top with sequined sandals.
Pair the look with outerwear that is enough to keep you warm in the plane, but light-weight enough for hot climates.
Add a big chic rattan bag and some sunglasses and this look can take you from a relaxing lounge by the pool in the afternoon to a night out drinking on the beach.
Here is when you can start experimenting with shorts. Pair it with a tank top, long shirt, halter top or a bodysuit and slip on a nice knit sweater or blazer.
Almost every kind of shoe matches this outfit, from heels, to boots or sneakers, depending on the look you are going for.
SPORTY CHIC II
Besides yoga pants, which are extremely popular among the young crowd today, try a pair of jogger pants.
It may seem a little sloppy at first, but work in a cropped sweater, or if you're feeling adventurous, a sports bra with a jacket.
Throw on some shades, and with that, you will take the outfit to sexier heights.
LESS IS MORE
After reaching this point, you will realise that there aren't a lot of accessories going on in most of the outfits.
Accessories are important in an outfit, but an airport is one of the worst places to be packing on the layers and bling because of body scanners.
Instead, try wearing one to two items, such as a hat and a scarf, or some bangles and a nice watch.
BACK TO THE 90S
US model Bella Hadid wore one of the simplest outfits - a spaghetti strap top, denim skirt, aviator shades and boots - totally giving off 1990s vibes.
If you are not a fan of skirts, wear a pair of high-waisted jeans for a similar look.
Want to take your airport look to the next level? Think Victoria Beckham or Kim Kardashian when going for the whole fashionista look, such as a nude trench coat or cape with tuxedo pants and stilettos.
Structured or figure-hugging pieces are essential for this look.
If jeans or shorts are not your thing while travelling in the plane, go for maxi chiffon dresses or skirts with strong prints for ultimate comfort.
Pair it with a denim jacket or a kimono and strappy wedges to jazz up the look.
Fashion blogger Chiara Ferragni looked incredibly stylish with a striking yellow jacket, rolled-up jeans and a simple pair of white sneakers.
Sneakers can look fashionable as well and are very versatile, no matter which outfit you choose to wear on that day.