Even though the expectation is that they're always "on," celebrities are real people too, who must sometimes walk their dogs or put on the nearest available pants to buy toilet paper. For those occasions, they rely on their most relatable outfits, which you can keep clicking to see.
As far as trackies go, this one looks to be of good quality, with no condiment drips in sight. Which is more than we can say for lots of people.
Hi, I'm Sansa Stark. My talents include scheming and looking gorgeous after flights, even when I am just wearing leggings and a tank top.
A very attainable look from one of the world's most famous fashion bloggers.
OMG, you can see her face. But also, great color coordination.
"Casual" is relative.
Would you expect anything less than heels, though?
Where can I get these?
I know where you can get the sweatshirt.
The Weeknd, $78
BUY IT: theweeknd.com.
Us, down to the charger in hand.
Some (French) people just have it.
Can't go wrong with all black.
But on the flip side, you can't go wrong with a pink, rhinestone-bow-embellished Gucci sweatshirt either.
BUY IT: neimanmarcus.com.
Utility vest = more pockets = more places to put the important stuff so you don't have a low-key heart attack when your passport slides down to the bottom of your bag.
Do you think they plan out their outfits?
Proof that loafers instantly make you look a bit more put-together, though not sure if this would work with an animal onesie. Will report back.
Dressed-down doesn't have to mean you didn't think about your colors.
We said Bermuda shorts were back in 2015, and we were right.
Major respect to people who have the forethought of taking their contacts out in the airport bathroom instead of putting their glasses in their checked luggage/not packing them at all.
Girls, don't let frat bros ruin open collared shirts.
What I think I look like when I tie a shirt around my hips.
No matter how casual, still not as casual as an unnamed individual hypothetically leaning out of bed—but not exiting it—to rummage around for an outfit in the dark. And then wearing it outside.
All black everything. Well, almost.
You: store-brand bottled water. Me: See above.
Rolling up to the airport with just your passport and phone: the dream.
Would not personally go with a jumpsuit (for fear of getting topless in strange lavatories) but you do you, Minka Kelly.
How you smile knowing that the paparazzi can't use this shot for a worst-dressed list.