19 celebrity-inspired outfits to wear on a plane
Instead of committing to a bold hue, clothing-wise, simply shoulder one, like Kerr's neon satchel, to inject some eye-popping color. Keep the rest of your outfit neutral, but if you're feeling playful, pick a fun print for a mesmerizing effect.
Who would've thought menswear pieces could be so comfortable? Copy Swift's look and slip into lush loafer slippers, a cable knit sweater and ankle-grazing trousers (leather patches give it an extra something), complete with a boxy leather cross-body.
Jet-setting can be draining, and if you've exhausted every fashion pairing, take a cue from Elizabeth Banks who was spotted clad in all-black, save for a fun color-block cross-body. No thinking required!
Breeze by security with an effortlessly chic look, courtesy of Huntington-Whiteley who has perfected the off-duty model debonair. Shrug on a printed bomber over a white top and dark skinnies, with sky-high booties and aviators to boot.
Spotted at the airport: Richie in a long leopard-print coat. Perfect for coast-to-coast flights and red-eyes, a luxe (not to mention, cozy) statement topper is a major must-have.
Throw on a sporty varsity jacket, like Watson's, to elevate a simple tee-and-jeans pairing in seconds.
Munn figured it out—the key to comfort on an aircraft is layers. Top off a long shawl-style cardigan with a long flowy overcoat, which can double as a blanket.
Instead of jeans, which can feel confining for long stretches of time, complete your look with printed leggings, like Gomez's. If you're not feeling the second-skin fabric, consider slouchy loungers for a looser option.
Chung turned to classic dungarees for maximum comfort, adding her own stylish spin with two-toned ballet flats and a Burberry trench draped over her shoulders.
Biel knows how to make a sartorial statement without sacrificing comfort—studded loafers add edge to any outfit and are easy to slip off and on at airport security.