WHAT TO WEAR: Traveling

What to Wear

The ultimate jersey outfit is the one you want to travel in. Why? No restriction from tight jeans, no overheating from puffy coats and plenty of easy, fuss-free layers of fabric to keep you comfortable. I’ve always loved the T-shirt material when it comes by way of long maxis and throw-on-and-go scarves. And, if you own a cotton jacket in a striking color, well, you’ve got a handle on your staples, girl.

This Fashionista certainly hit the nail on the head. While most people prefer to board a bus or a plane in jogging pants or tracksuits, she makes a fine case for rocking a skirt. After all, it helps to feel breezy when, in reality, you might not have a lot of legroom wherever you’ll be sitting for the next few hours.

Plus, she looks completely put together. She’s sporting a getup with bohemian flair, from her loose, wavy locks and oversized aviators to the leather boots that peek out from beneath those wide, two-tone stripes. Frankly, I’d venture to say she puts all celebrity airport style to shame. When you’ve got such a carefree vibe about you—and this Fashionista totally does—you’re simply less likely to get bitten by the stress bug on a tiresome journey. I mean, who wouldn’t escape into a Sudoku or an issue of Vogue wearing a chill, yet sophisticated ensemble like this one?

One Simple Change: If you’re heading out with friends for the night—to a bar, a cozy dinner or an apartment-style gathering, try nixing the purple peacoat and throwing on a leather moto jacket. While I love the flared silhouette of this Fashionista’s jacket, she’d make a different statement if she showed off more of her maxi. Plus, the sleekness of a cropped, black topper will make her appear a bit more rocker-cool.


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