What should I wear on a plane?
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Now that we are all officially grown-ups, it is almost required for us to travel in style. Here is a standby airplane outfit that will ensure you look pulled together, feel first class, and maybe even get you an upgrade.
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Must-Have #3: A Big-ish Cashmere Sweater
Next, you'll want to throw on a soft-as-a-blanket sweater that looks cool and has a relaxed cut. A crew or v-neck softie should be the next layer that feels chic and luxurious and is super cozy. While a taupe, black, or camel option is a no-brainer, we suggest you try a printed version to add a touch of personality. A color-blocked, plaid, or conversational print can be still jetsetter cool.
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Must-Have #4: A Cape Jacket
Pack your supersized coat in your luggage and wear your smaller, but still warm cape jacket for travel. A flannel or wool version in black or navy gives you the ease of having your arms free, but the with some additional warmth and big, accessible pockets. It can also double as an on-the-spot-pillow.
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Must-Have #5: Pull-On Short Boots
When it comes to shoes, don't bother with belts, buckles or ties. Instead, wear a boot that can be easily pulled on and off to help get you through security and naptime in a snap. A cropped flat boot or cowboy number gives you an effortless vibe and can withstand unforeseen weather upon arrival.
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You probably are already familiar with Emily Current and Meritt Elliott. These Los Angeles-based stylists are known for their work with red-carpet favorites like Emma Roberts and Mandy Moore, to name a few. In addition to their noteworthy stylist careers, the ladies are also the geniuses behind the beloved denim brand Current/Elliott. They will be answering your style questions, so be sure to submit your most pressing queries today!