How To Fly In Style
Assuming you aren't lucky enough to be funneled into the TSA Pre-Check line, taking your shoes off and putting them back on again, quickly, is a top priority. Opt for a slip-on flat in a neutral color that will work with the outfits in your suitcase.
- Marseilles Flatform Espadrilles, Kaanas $135
Consider this the travel trifecta. Noise-cancelling headphones will stave off the insanity brought on my endless hours of jet propellers. Thick ragg socks will keep your toes toasty. Most importantly, a cashmere sleep mask will let you sleep long after your work-a-holic seatmate decides to open the shade.
Check out our list of in-flight beauty recommendations to help you arrive fresh-faced.
Boarding a long flight is a lot of things, but an excuse to look sloppy is not one of them. That’s why we’ve put together a guide to dressing for travel which will ensure that you not only look polished in-transit, but arrive in style too. Sadly we can’t do anything about the screaming toddler sitting behind you.