Travel Style - Not In Kansas Anymore

Airports are fascinating places. Not only do they sizzle with emotion, passion and excitement, but you never know who you’re going to meet in transit. It’s a place for first and lasting impressions. Whether you’re off to your neighbouring state for a domestic getaway or doing a global 180, comfort and style can co-exist and the celebrity stylists at The Style Agency can prove it.

The ladies at The Style Agency list Megan Gale, The Veronicas and Katrina Roundtree among their extensive A-List clients. We got the scoop from its creative director and personal stylist Bridgette Kirk and celebrity and personal stylists Kash O’Hara and Jo Shields.

Bridgette tells us there’s no need to prioritise comfort or style when dressing up for plane travel. She starts by advising travellers to wear their favourite pair of jeans in blue, black or dark denim. For obvious reasons, she says no to white and lights.

“Avoid white or light colours especially on long flights because turbulence can often cause things to spill or fall on you, also, you never know who you’re sitting next to,” Bridgette says.

“Try and find a denim with stretch content so that you feel comfortable on the plane. Sass & Bide, OHARA denim jeans or J-brand jeans are perfect as they have some stretch content.”

Bridgette suggests selecting a loose fitting top that’s comfortable, yet stylish.

A pashmina or scarf is also a must-invest option as it can double up as a blanket to keep you warm when the on-flight air-conditioning plays up.

“We also suggest wearing flat shoes – ballet flats or loafers are pefect – but pack a pair of socks to keep your feet warm should you not be flying business or first,” Bridgette says.
“Sambag or H-Brand have some great leather ballet flats at the moment and no brand can beat Todds for a comfy yet trendy pair of loafers for both men and women.”

Written by Hannah Silverman, Not In Kansas Anymore.
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