I normally end up wearing my biggest thickest hottest outfit, I.e big boots, jeans, a singlet with a tshirt and a cardigan and a huge puffy jacket with a scarf or 2 because its all the stuff that never fits in my suitcase. This means my flights are never comfortable because i get too hot and have to practically strip off as the flight goes on ( and hide all my clothes in the cabin boxes at the top) much to the annoyance of other travellers who unsuspetingly go to retrieve their laptop or something and get showered with a bundle of my jumpers and scarfs.
For the holidays flying to visit the relatives I wore my black tunic sweater with my faux-fur trim vest that I bought from GAP(dark brown) with my brown silk leggings and swade boots(light brown)It kept me cool in the plane and just warm enough outside.....
it seems like alot of yall dress up alot more than i do..i DEFINITLEY go for the comfort factor rather than style...i just wear juicy or 2 b free sweats and if its cold a hoodie or if its hot a tshirt...very little makeup too bc i usually fall asleep on plane rides and my makeup will get messed up haha...so i wear moisturizer and a little mascara and chapstick bc my lips seem to get realllllly chapped on planes!
I hate carrying my coat around but usally I travel to the other side the equator and that always means opposite weather, I must look funny carrying my down jacket in Sao Paulo airport when waiting for my connecting flight . But having it in Paris CDG is worth it because it is always so cold there in winter time.....
To see a World in a Grain of Sand
And a Heaven in a Wild Flower
Hold Infinity in the Palm of your hand
and Eternity in an hour.
Last time I flew, I wore jeans, a graphic tee-shirt, a blazer, and heels. It probably wasn't the smartest or most comfortable outfit to wear, but I don't ever take that into consideration as much as I should.
if nothing signifies nothing, then anything could signify anything
Flying is somthing i want to be overwith fast, so nothing more over bearing then what i usually wear, Comfortable/Classy for the air port, you dont want to look like your trying to hard just for that reason...Flying can be miserable and you can come out looking horrible :P
Well I go to Cali at least 2-3 times a year, and I live in Seattle. It's about a 2-3 hour flight, and my parents always tend to grab a flight in the early morning, so I stick to a fleece zip-up, sweats (I can roll em up once I get to Cali) and flipflops maybe...I just like to be comfy.
How can you call it a "lifestyle" if you don't live your LIFE in STYLE?