I'm pretty vain, so I don't dress for comfort in public, haha. I wish I could give less fucks in that arena, but it is what it is. Plus, I intentionally try to have longer layovers between connecting flights because I love drinking at airport bars, so one more reason I want to look good😎🍻 I just dress like I would on any given day. I'm just sitting on a plane, I don't need a special type of outfit. I'm not a big comfort clothes guy in general. I don't even think about it, clothes don't really make me uncomfortable. Like when I come home from work I usually just wear my clothes until I get undressed for bed, although most nights I go to the gym so I change sooner. So for a plane I'd wear pretty much anything, maybe excluding a suit or sport coat.
Wear something easy, especially when you need to fly for a longer time. Sitting down is not good for your circulation, so apart from standing up and walking around from time to time, wearing clothes that cannot restrict circulation is wise :D Have a nice trip!
depends - is this like a simple 10 hour trip or marathon travel session?
those odor/sweat repelling underwear low cut socks that are breathable
small bottle of baby powder and deoderant
sweats work.. i wear those activewear pants that have a thigh pocket just large enough for your passport - so i won't have to be digging in my bag while running for the immigration line.
i like those breathable shirts too - cotton on a smelly flight and an unexpected layover feels funky!
i like those moc type things - can pass for a shoe but the back is open.. (easy to slip off)
keep my carryon simple no extra crap - (unless its a shithole i am going to then a extra set of clothes) have locks on the bag for my wallet and shit (just in case i pass out on plane and i am plane with some assholes)
Back when I was a kid, we had to dress up for the plane. My dad wore a suit, and I wore dress pants and a blouse. My dad still wears khakis and a nicer shirt, but now I travel in jeans, tennis shoes, and a sweatshirt.
But my grandma straight up dresses in church clothes lol
Sweatpants + any comfortable tee shirt (it can be cute and comfy), then airplanes are always cold so I bring a sweater with me and if I get hot I tie it around my waist. I also bring some kind of neck pillow (even a pillow pet, I mean i'm too old for one but people don't give a shit). For shoes uggs or my nike free runs/converse/adidas lit whatever because you're probably going to have to walk a lot.
I always try to wear something that's comfortable, won't show any stains, has layers, and looks put together. You never know what will happen when you're flying so it's important to try and be prepared.
I always take early flights, so I wear jeans and a t-shirt or other comfortable top. I have to take my shoes off, so my Converse without laces works best to slip on and off.
When I flew to Europe and vice versa, I preferred leggings, it's not as restricting sitting down as it would be with jeans. That and I hate sitting for super long periods and the jeans begin to sag, it's not a good look for me.
T-shirt and jeans with a belt and tall boots, t-shirt tucked in, I actually find this extremely comfortable. Only thing is I have to take off my belt and boots and put them on again in front of everyone at security, though I don't mind this.
Lol you ve been planning for this for a while now xD Yes it does depend if I am going at night or morning. At nighr the plane is cooler and I wanna try to sleep. Depends on how long the flight is. The destination doesn t really matter to me since I am going to the hotel anw to shower and change. I usually opt for comfort and decent
Something comfortable, but not something that looks like I just got out of bed.
Wow, sweats seriously? I wouldn't be caught dead in sweats in an airport. Then again most of my traveling has been international, so I always try to look my best. It's not hard to dress comfortably and still look good.