We've all seen the admittedly gorgeous looks some stars parade through the airport in—a pencil skirt, sky-high heels, the requisite shades. But let's be real: Who wants to travel in that? Here, a whole slew of celebs wearing chic outfits you can actually get around in.
When your clothes are really just the backdrop for one long Supreme x Louis Vuitton flex.
Nothing creates climate confusion like taking a flight to/from a tropical locale, but a vacation hat with your sweater and jeans strikes the right mood.
Sweatsuit, but make it fashion with a cap and those white Cobain sunglasses that just won't go away.
Sweatsuit, but make it satin.
Velour sweatsuit, but make it Rodarte.
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The most classic outfit can feel super chic when you put some thought into the color palette.
Those track pants. That editor drape. Ace.
You can't order tomato juice, but you can look super fresh coming and going.
You know what? Go for the slides and socks.
Meanwhile, a punchy coat makes it so that whatever you wear underneath doesn't matter at all. (Outside the security line, that is.)
What do you want more: Maxwell's Courrèges jacket or the kind of pictured relationship where you coordinate travel outfits instead of having to wheel your suitcase into the bathroom stall because you haven't got anyone to watch it for you?
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Another time Bella Hadid was at the airport, another all-white 'fit. (Must be nice.)
Tried and true, but leveled up with the striking addition of white Velcro Docs.
Dr. Martens, $70
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Can't be mad at this, especially when the whole effect says "pro traveler who won't hold up the line for the scanner by leaving 74 things in her pockets."
See what we mean about trophy outerwear?
Make a statement with your shoes too, provided they're easy to remove/you've been approved for PreCheck.
Another case of the accessories making the look.
For a shorter trip and/or a more impression-making arrival, try a pleated skirt (that's what blankets are for), tinted sunglasses, and low-heeled slingbacks.
A '70s reference is always fun, plus button-fly can be a good safeguard against visiting the help-yourself snack area one too many times. (All bets are off if they have Marmite popcorn, though.)
Cinematic perfection that wouldn't be marred by a pair of flat shoes. Also, pretty much as far away from this as you can get.
"Mooooom. Where's my varsity jacket?"
I told you so about statement outerwear x three.
While most of us would reach for a T-shirt, a button-down is just as nice-feeling but about 200 percent more fancy-seeming.
A chic chignon and snowy topcoat are an easy way to dress up a casual in-flight ensemble.
How do you stand out arriving at Cannes? Wear an $18 Forever 21 dress and DGAF.
Make people wonder where in the world you're heading with a sleek belted coat that channels Carmen Sandiego.
If you want to walk the line between dressy and casual while traveling, pair a tailored blazer with stark white sneakers à la Kroes.
A slouchy sweater over a loose skirt and tights will keep you warm without having to wear snuggly sweats en route.