So excited to be having Jessie of Style and Pepper on today! She's a style correspondent for Harpar's Bazaar On-Air, and does lots of traveling. I just adore Jessie because she's just so gosh-darn fabulous! Today she is sharing some really wonderful tips on in-flight fashion. Enjoy!
Hi Friends! Jessie of Style & Pepper here... So happy to be guest posting for Katie while she enjoys some time away with her Sweetie Pie! I've been doing a LOT of traveling lately (over 12 cities in the last 6 weeks!) and because of my frequent flying, I've had to try my best at coming up with a formula for my own version of in-flight fashion. I think that every one could have their own take on such a thing, but here are some of the must-haves that I just can't leave home without. Be sure to leave your own stylish travel tips in the comments, and that way we can all help make the world's airports a little prettier. ;)
Jacket - The lightweight fabric and neutral color of this military-inspired anorak are just perfect, and I love that you could fill the pockets with essentials like chapstick, your ID/boarding pass & your favorite gum.
Laptop Case - I always fly with my computer, and this adorable case would be the perfect replacement for the boring black neoprene one that I currently use.
Harper's Bazaar - I usually prefer my Kindle, but always have a few mags with me so that I have something to do during take-off and landing.
Tank - Flowy and bright, both very important criteria for my layering pieces to build upon.
Skirt - Maxi's are great flying options, but make sure to pick one that won't wrinkle and has a comfortable waist band. If you're not a skirt person, you could easily sub in your favorite leggings and change the tank to a tunic!
Scarf - A pretty pattern to wrap around your neck, and cover your arms/shoulders in case the air condition on the plane or in the airport gets too chilly.
Boots - No matter how warm it is outside, flying in comfortable ankle boots is a must for me... They are easy to slip on and off, very on-trend, and allow you to wear socks so that you don't have to walk through security with completely bare feet! (Ew!)