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Wednesday, June 08, 2016

OOTD: Airport Attire



Jumper: H&M // Jeans: Topshop // Hat: Topshop
Shoes: Topshop // Neckerchief: Primark // Handbag: New Look

Hi guys! Now I love flying and I love the whole airport experience even more so, I feel like my holiday starts when I begin packing and just really really enjoy it all.  Travelling and airplanes are weird though, you want to be comfortable but stylish at the same time right? You need to dress for leaving the cold weather back at home but arriving to warm weather at your destination.  So really what do you wear?

Well I wore all black. Obvz. 

I know some people might think that jeans are the worst thing to wear on a flight but my Topshop Joni's are so comfortable and are literally a second skin to me so I knew I would be fine wearing them.  Now I'm a cold person so I grabbed my black H&M jumper which is actually a lot thinner than it looks but still keeps me warm.  I picked this up for £8 in the sale and wear it a couple of times a week so I've defo got my moneys worth of it.  So that my outfit wasn't too black and for an added bit of style, I added my red neckerchief around my neck.  Again this one is from Primark, for £1.50 you can't really go wrong and it just ties the outfit together.  Shoe wise I was in holiday mode so I wore my sliders, my absolute favourite shoe for Summer.  They give off such a cool relaxed vibe which I love.  

My handbag is a new purchase from New Look, I needed a bag that would be suitable for both hand luggage and that I could use for around the pool, this one was perfect! It was roomy so that I could fit all the essentials in but not too big that I wouldn't be able to find anything - does anybody else have that problem? Colour wise, it goes with everything in my wardrobe and who could resist that cute pom pom!

With a Starbucks in hand, I was ready to fly!


What do you think of my airport outfit? What do you wear to fly?














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