Comfortable Outfit For Traveling

Comfortable Outfit For Traveling

I last minute had to travel to San Jose, CA. (Fri 2/24/17)

Loft XS Dress (SIMILAR HERE) | Primark Tights (SIMILAR HERE) | Beige Wet Seal Cardigan (SIMILAR HERE) | 599fashion ankle boots (SIMILAR HERE)

I haven’t been on an airplane in over a decade but I knew I wanted to be comfortable because I was going to be on a plane for 4 hours, twice.

Normally, people wear sweats and sweaters on the plane. But I decided to wear a dress because I wanted to be comfortable and stylish. You can still be comfortable and stylish. The dress is an XS from Loft. SIMILAR ONE HERE. It’s roomy and the material is soft and thick. I didn’t have a problem wearing the dress because it was extremely comfortable and cozy to “sleep” in. It also kept me warm on the plane because it was pretty cold. I think as long as your clothes aren’t too tight, then anything is comfortable to wear on the plane (except denim). So yes, wearing a dress is comfortable enough to be worn on a plane! As long as the material of the dress is soft and stretchy, you’re good to go to wear a dress on the plane! My dress was roomy and didn’t tug on my body. I didn’t have to worry about my dress being too tight or too uncomfortable. I slept like a baby on the plane and my clothes didn’t irritate me on bit!

I had a cardigan over because it was cold in Boston. SIMILAR ONE HERE. You can see it in THIS POST. It’s thick, warm and cozy. It definitely kept me warm on the plane and when I landed in San Jose. It’s from Wet Seal.

Tights are from Primark & shoes are from 599fashion. As seen HERE, HERE, HERE. Shoes didn’t bother me at all on the plane. They were pretty comfortable to sleep in. SIMILAR ONE HERE.

What do you guys wear on the plane?

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