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What to travel in… comfortable outfits for the plane

What to travel in

Choosing what to wear to travel is a perpetual dilemma; how to find the perfect compromise between comfort and glamour, between practicality and style and, of course moving across different temperature zones.

When flying anywhere, try to avoid shoes with fiddly fastenings (i.e. multiple buckles or laces) as they are so much more annoying and difficult when you are passing through airport security and expected to remove your footwear…

And always pack a pashmina.  They may no longer be on trend and Vogue may have relegated them to the dog basket, but a genuine pashmina is your best travel companion for sudden temperature dips on board boats, planes or even trains.

One voluminous handbag that will carry everything you need is infinitely more chic than a small bag and lots of plastic carrier bags.

Where possible avoid wearing fabrics that crease, so that you don’t end your journey looking as if you slept in your clothes even if you actually did!

We’ve also thought of some essentials to make your flight extra comfortable.  Happy travels!

 

Image Map M&S Next Next Clarks House of Fraser M&S

 

Image Map New Look Hobbs F&F Reiss MyBag

 

Image Map Next M&Co Office Wallis River Island Harrods

aspinal of londonWe absolutely LOVE this Aspinal of London Travel Wallet at House of Fraser! It is a must-have for travelling ANYWHERE!

Each travel wallet contains one large gusseted pocket, four separate full length compartments for travel documents, tickets, passports etc, one full length zip closure pocket for any coins or travel accessories. It also contains one front boarding pass compartment. Aspinal travel wallets are sophisticated, elegant and very chic. So if you want to feel a million dollars when you next flourish your tickets, an Aspinal travel wallet is a must. Why wait? It can also be personalised to create that unique travel accessory.

Boots Boots Boots M&S John Lewis John Lewis Superdrug Superdrug Superdrug Image Map M&S Debenhams Debenhams John Lewis L'Occitane John Lewis

So what do you think?


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