Airport style
When I go to the airport, I like to wear something that is casual, comfortable and semi-stylish.  I really like to have all my items ready with me in my backpack, such as an over-sized scarf that keeps my neck warm, but also can be used as a blanket on frigid airplanes.

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Above has been my recent go-to outfit for domestic flights.  However, flying international is a bit of a different story.  If you have multiple layovers, and you’ll be spending the night on the plane, jeans aren’t going to cut it.  (I like jeans normally, because they’re thick and keep me warm.)

Airport style, overseas
If I’m traveling overseas, I will typically wear a maxi-dress, because it feels like a nightgown and is comfortable to sleep in.  I also bring a hoodie, because it’s cozy and keeps me warm.  And of course, I bring a giant scarf to use as a blanket.  I always make sure to pack pain reliever for my killer headache and aching body after a night of waking up every 20 minutes with sharp pains in my legs from them “falling asleep.”  I like to wipe my face upon waking with one of these wipes because it wipes off all the make-up and moisturizes it at the same time.
For Christmas, my Secret Santa bought me a set of  Travelon packing envelopes, which I love.  I use those to keep my bag organized.  I pack one of the envelopes full of Larabars, Kind Bars and fruit bars so that I don’t have to shell out $45 for a crappy granola bar at the airport.  This way, all I have to do is buy my coffee and I have breakfast taken care of.
What do you like to wear to the airport?

Nina Thomas

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