While we're all gearing up to travel this holiday season, supermodels are busy traveling 365 days a year; it's just part of the job. With so much time spent crisscrossing the globe, you can bet jet-setting models have honed in on exactly what makes for a perfect airport outfit.
So when we had the chance to talk to some of the industry's top catwalkers at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, one question at the top of our list, was "what's your go-to airport look?" Their answers were all different, but all had one thing in common—comfort. So when you’re planning what to wear for your trip home, know that, yes, models love sweatpants too. From Joan Smalls to Martha Hunt, see what models always wear to the airport, and then pick up pieces inspired by their go-to travel looks.
Read on to see six major models' go-to airport styles!
"A comfortable pair of sweats, sometimes I use a onesie. But then it’s problematic because when you got to the bathroom you’re completely naked." — Joan Smalls
Blazer + Flowy Dress
"It is tough because you don’t wanna look sloppy but you wanna be comfortable. I find it’s easier in the spring and summer, because I can wear like a flowy long dress or a skirt. I find them most comfortable. Also, I love to go in a blazer because it immediately makes anything look more chic when you just throw a blazer on top of it.” — Martha Hunt
“My best travel tip is I wear black and I pack black. I mean, I’m so easy. I’m just like… I always prefer comfort over anything else. It’s pretty easy.” — Camille Rowe
"I like to be comfortable. I have an old school FILA jumpsuit that I’m wearing all the time. It’s a big sweater and a jogging suit." — Cindy Bruna
Sweatshirt + Sweatpants + Sneakers
"I always say if I’m flying for more than, like, two hours, I have to wear sweatpants. So I’m more of a sweatpants, sneakers, sweatshirt kind of gal. I’m not gonna try to look good flying; I’m a comfy flyer.” — Devon Windsor
T-Shirt + Leggings + Backpack
"I don’t really care about looking sexy or anything. I’ll go for black leggings and usually a T-shirt. I have this beautiful Prada backpack that I always travel with. I like to have my hands free and on the shoulder [bags] always fall and are bad for your back.” — Sara Sampaio