airport style

Monday, July 5, 2010

Now that travel season is here, some of you may be jet-setting and flying off to your destinations.  Navigating the airport dress code can be a little dicey.  Of course you want to go for comfort but don't want to end up looking like you just rolled out of bed (even though that may be exactly what you just did).
Exhibit A :
 (Sigh.  Where do we start?)
Let's agree to leave the men's boxers at home ladies and we will be two happy girls. 

Airplanes can be cold while the airports are stuffy.  You may be doing a good bit of walking but let us not forget that you have to loose the shoes for the dreaded barefoot walk through security (so pack some socks in your carry-on).  You want to be comfortable for sure but don't want to look like a mess with no style.  It's enough to make even the most put-together of girls a little confused.  These celebs got it right.

We love LC's airport look.  Try a pair of skinny jeans (look for lots to stretch for the most comfort), a loose tee, and a zip-up jacket. 

Cropped cargos, a tank, and a jacket may seem like a simple, boring outfit.  Jessica Alba makes it her own by adding studded sandals and a straw fedora.

Penelope Cruz shows that it's all about the accessories.  Start with your favorite jeans and tank.  Add a pair of comfortable to walk in Chucks, a scarf and bright jacket for warmth, and a cool hat to complete the look.

If you still can't let go of the sweats, take a cue from cutie pie Carrie Underwood.  Stick with basic black pants and add a brightly colored hoodie.

Our Picks:

Jersey Fold Over Wide Leg Pant $79 at Splendid (aka The most comfortable pants you will ever own.  Worth the buy.)

All Over Stars Tee $28 at Threads for Thought (A comfy tee is a must and this is our favorite brand.)

Eyelash Striped Cashmere Wrap $78 at Nordstrom (A wrap can be worn as a scarf when you aren't using it to stay warm.)

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