Airport fashion is one of the most well-liked topics we cover on Who What Wear. Pictures of what celebrities like Gigi Hadid, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Rihanna, Kendall Jenner, and others wear to airports throughout the world are as as popular as those from fashion week.
Therefore, it is (informally) part of our work duties to browse countless images of airport fashion, so you can sure that we WWW editors are familiar with our own long-haul clothes.Here, a few of our editors explain what they typically pack for trips and offer advice on how to look good and feel comfortable at 39,000 feet. On a daily basis, our personal preferences couldn’t be more dissimilar, but when it comes to travel, we all have similar strategies for deciding what to pack.airplane attire.
Every editor travels in a pair of flat shoes—some even choose the same trainer brand—and keeps to neutral color schemes to make layering even easier. See what six of our editors wear while traveling by scrolling down.I almost can’t remember what I usually wear when I fly, but from what I remember, I like to prioritize a long cardigan or big shawl—something I can wrap myself in on the plane in case it gets cold (I always feel the cold), but that is also packable and doesn’t wrinkle so I can bundle it up into a big basket bag. (Yes, I bring my basket bag with me on the flight since I don’t want it to get damaged in the air.