Top Travel Fashion Trends To Up Your Airport Style Game
Photo Credit: JD Mason | Unsplash

Photo Credit: JD Mason | Unsplash

Top Travel Fashion Trends To Up Your Airport Style Game

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Leah Freeman-Haskin
Leah Freeman-Haskin Jul 2, 2019

Once you’ve booked the flights and hotel, the next step is to plan your wardrobe. Though comfort and movability are important factors of your airport fashion, so is style of course. Here are some recent trends to keep you looking fly at 33,000 feet. 

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Spanx Compression Leggings 

Spanx’s Faux Leather Moto Leggings are the perfect combination of fashion and comfort. Complete with hidden shaping, you can rely on these black Moto leggings to keep you smooth with no muffin top while adding some edge to your look. And with more than 500 reviews on Nordstrom, customers especially love the detailing which is versatile enough to wear with either sneakers or booties. 

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Music Playing Sunglasses

These Bose sunglasses feature a minuscule, wafer-thin speaker on the inside of each arm allowing you to listen to your favorite tunes while strutting through your terminal. Available in a few different unisex styles, each set provides rich, immersive sound for you, while others hear practically nothing.

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The White Sneaker

Comfort and versatility are what make the white sneaker a classic shoe for any casual occasion. Adidas’ Stan Smith Shoes always looks fresh. Originally launched in 1973, these shoes have achieved icon sneaker status with a sleek, clean look that can easily be slipped on and off for smooth airport travel. 

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Anything From Reformation

Reformation puts sustainability at the core of everything they do. But that’s just one reasons to support the SoCal-based brand. Their line of flowy dresses and skirts are always an Insta-worthy addition to your travel wardrobe. 

Photo via thereformation.com