Whether you’re a seasoned traveler, a frequent flyer or jet-setting to your first holiday, you’ve probably asked yourself the question:
“What do I wear on the plane?”
It’s a hard one to answer. Not only do you want to make sure you’re dressed and packed on time to enjoy a wine or two pre-flight, but you want to look good too. After all, flying is still an occasion by our standards.
There are few things more exciting than traveling and arriving in a different part of the world on a grand adventure – while looking good doing it.
Naturally, we’re proud believers in travel fashion. Because whilst most people opt for their tracksuit pants, us Sirens will be looking and feeling a million bucks.
Plus, it’s a great way to increase your chances of being upgraded. And who doesn’t love that prospect?
With all that in mind, we’ve come up with a few pointers to help you get dressed and styled for your next sky-high adventure.
There’s a lot of waiting and sitting around when you fly, from the departure lounge, to getting on the plane, and off again. So you’ll want to be comfy. Go for an oversized tee with leggings or a pair of stretchy jeans. Pair with Bianca for style and support.
And if you’re worried that your outfit looks a little casual, go for the Siren’s secret weapon: lipstick. It turns a casual look into an outfit that’s Instagram worthy.
Pack your carry on bag with toiletries so you can touch-up before you hop off. This way you’ll look fresh as a daisy stepping into your adventure.
Consider the weather you’re in and the one you’re flying to. If you’re swapping climates, you need to make sure your outfit suits both. Stick with a pair of jeans or leggings, then layer with jumpers and t-shirts that can be packed into your carry-on bag when you’re not wearing them. Jude is great when you’re between climates.
Hats are hard to put into a suitcase, so wear yours instead of packing it. You’ll protect the hat and look so good people will mistake you for a fashion blogger leaving for her next photoshoot. Finish with a comfy pair of boots like Lira.
There’s always the worry that your suitcase is going to be over the weight limit, which can end up costing an arm and a leg. Ease your suitcase by wearing your biggest jacket and your heaviest shoes. As in, wear boots, pack thongs. That way you can fit even more stuff in, like a pair of Zeze.
And don’t forget to wear your biggest and best sunnies, because nothing says ‘important person here’ like a pair of oversized frames.
Next stop, first class.