Ultimate Travel Outfit

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[infobox subtitle=”Effortless Tips for the (Airport) Runway” bg=”red” color=”black” opacity=”on” space=”30″ link=”no link”]Airport Chic[/infobox]

When traveling back and forth between cities, comfort is the most important factor, but that doesn’t mean that style has to be sacrificed. A girl has to have several tricks up her sleeve to survive long treks across airport terminals and long hours on planes, right? Well, ladies, listen up. Airport chic (yup, those two words can coexist!) is real, and you can create the ultimate travel outfit that is both polished and effortless with three quick tips:

Keep it simple.  Dresses are always fun, but not when you’re struggling through security. To avoid fuss, create a no-fail base look that you can change with some subtle touches. A comfy pair of jeans (or dark leggings), a cool top and a pair of flats? Classic.

Layer up. Depending on your location, and especially if you’re traveling between two different climates, layers are your best friend. Keep a scarf and a jacket for those unexpected temperature changes in your carry-on.

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Add some flair. Inject some personality by adding accessories that reflect your personal style to your ensemble, but skip jewelry that is difficult to take on and off during screenings. With a stylish hat (this Dunaway Hat is a personal favorite), a pair of sunglasses and a handy bag (or a chic backpack!), you are set to go.

Do you have a go-to, no-fail travel outfit? Please share below!

Shop some airport-ready looks below and the other things I’m Currently Coveting here. Happy travels!

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