A wonderful way to make your life easier when it comes to knowing what you need to purchase to achieve an effective wardrobe of clothes is creating wardrobe capsules. These are a mini wardrobe, made up of versatile pieces that you love to wear. We are writing a series on wardrobe capsules, starting with how to travel onboard with style.
As I am travelling more often, there are a few tips that help me through the process that I know will help you too.
The clothes you wear inflight have to pass the following criterias:
The easiest way to create a stylish look, especially at the airport when looking for an upgrade, is to wear a blazer. It will give your outfit an instant lift and show you are one classy woman.
Most planes are cold, so once seated I switch my blazer to a warm jumper that I throw into my onboard bag. The next step is to pull on warm socks because if your feet are warm, it helps keep your body warm.
There is nothing worse than sitting in a cramped plane and feeling uncomfortable in your chosen outfit. To be stylish, warm and comfortable, I wear either Cazinc The Label's black cigarette pants or crossover pants, which are brilliant to travel in and fabulous to wear during your holiday. I team them with one of the bamboo products, long sleeve, short sleeve t-shirts or singlet. They keep you warm, and you will arrive smelling as fresh as a daisy as bamboo is a breathable fabric.
Looking glam on arrival helps with jet lag, well that is what I tell myself! And if your outfit is creased to the max, you will want to go and iron it rather than sit by the pool drinking cocktails!
Be confident travelling with an effortless style that you know will work for the flight and while on your holiday, which means less to pack.
My airport style heading off to Bali. I loved it when my little nephew Hugo wanted his photo taken to.