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.)
Say it with us: knee-high socks. They're comfortable and they improve circulation when you're sitting in one place for hours.
We're taking notes on the way Ratajkowski pairs her overalls with an unexpected blazer on top.
Peak flying comfort comes in the form of a cozy blanket scarf you can wrap around yourself after you board your flight.
A Breton shirt is a classic casual staple adopted from the French.
Swift makes the practical sweater-wrapped-around-your-waist look from your childhood look modern.
Airports are the perfect opportunity to break out a bright pop of color (especially if you're not getting hunted by paparazzi).
Consider a cropped tee and a biker jacket when comfort (and doing you) is your ultimate goal.
If you're heading somewhere hot this summer, keep it simple with a shift dress and sturdier booties that will take the weight off of your travel bag.
The slouchy fit done right à la Jessica Alba.
Opt for a fitted blazer over a band tee for a structured masculine look.
The breeziest of linen pants are the ultimate summer getaway option.
Billowy layers add some elegant structure to an otherwise casual getup.
Lock up your carry-on game with a chic little backpack that you can sling over your shoulder.
The loosely draped scarf is probably rule #1 in the official airport dressing handbook.
Dark slip-on mules and a black tee are a fresh way to break up matchy-matchy denim.
High-waist jeans and a sweater knotted loosely around the neck just so? 🙌
Cropped pants and flats are an easy combo for on-the-go styling.
Mix it up with a textured statement jacket layered over neutral tones.
That. Silky. Skirt. Though. Donaldson perfects the art of layering by adding a loose black sweater up top, some stacking necklaces, and a comfy pair of kicks.
Black over-the-knee boots tie this unfussy look together.
If Kate Middleton can exercise in them, we're certain they're safe for on-the-go speed walking.
Some statement earrings and a billow-y trench make this spring maxi dress feel more glamorous.
A Canadian tuxedo with a newsboy hat = pared-down perfection.
Two more business trip essentials: the tailored overcoat and roomy carryall bag (mink scarf optional).
A loose sundress and a tropical hat are an easy option for jetting off to an island.
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Put an urban spin on your workout leggings with a silky bomber jacket on top.
A poncho-like blanket cape is the ideal accessory on overseas flights when all you want is to snuggle up and sleep.
An infinity scarf and sturdy boots always come in handy on long trips.
Witherspoon looks the picture of tailored cool with her oxford shirt/sweater combo and cropped cords.
Pro tip: Match black ensembles for double the effect.
Even after a hip surgery, Emilia Clarke keeps her on-flight ensemble sophisticated with a pair of strappy sandals and a stripe-y blouse.