My Recent Airport Look



Jeans: BP. jeans (Size 26) | Top: Cotton Pocket Tee (x-small) | Chambray Shirt: Old Navy (x-small)| Hat: Mickey Mouse Cap | Sneakers: Nike Juvenate (Size 8) | Tote: Street Level | Luggage: Rockland Set | Watch: Michael Kors | Sunnies: Tory Burch Aviators


Jeans: BP. jeans (Size 26) | Top: Cotton Pocket Tee (x-small) | Chambray Shirt: Old Navy (x-small)| Hat: Mickey Mouse Cap | Sneakers: Nike Juvenate (Size 8) | Tote: Street Level | Luggage: Rockland Set | Watch: Michael Kors | Sunnies: Tory Burch Aviators

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I am not one to get overly done while traveling because let’s face it, when traveling with kids, being overdone is an absolute fail. But I am also not one to show up to the airport resembling the walking dead either. So, I would like to think I fall in between – keeping it casual and comfortable but still chic.

I recently posted this travel look over the summer and wanted to break it down for you – with some additional options that you can substitute for your own style and depending on the weather and season.

1. Jeans/Athleisure Pants/Leggings

I usually wear some form of pants while traveling on flights. Regardless of the weather, I get cold on planes and I am most comfortable in pants. For this look, I went for my favorite pair of BP. jeans. My particular pair is sold out but I found these similar and affordable pair! What I love about BP. jeans is that they do not feel stiff like some of the cheaper brands. They are easy to move in, plus they are form-flattering.

Another option is a good pair of athleisure pants or leggings. I heard great reviews on these Zella Live In High Waist Leggings and decided to purchase a pair during the Nordstrom sale. I have yet to wear them so I will let you know what I think once I do.

2. Basic Tee Shirt

Let’s be honest, a white tee may not be ideal if you are a mom with young ones but you can substitute with practically any color and you will still get the same effect. A casual tee is a staple piece and easy to style with a side knot or a front knot to add a little bit of interest.

I am wearing this white tee which I have worn and washed many times and its quality held up to the test.

3. Button-down Shirt/Flannel/Cardigan
I always have an extra layer handy to throw on if it gets too cold for me on flights. Plus wrapping it around your waist adds character to your outfit. This chambray shirt was convenient because it was light weight but still gave me the right amount of warmth when I needed it.

You can also opt-in for a flannel like this one (with a frayed hem!) or a long cozy cardigan for winter travel over leggings.

4. Hat
Think of how a rug anchors a room, any kind of hat anchors your outfit! A baseball cap, a fedora, a floppy hat, any hat style would do the trick. Plus, wearing a hat is better than shoving it in your luggage.

I was sporting my Mickey Mouse cap here because we were on our way to Disney (and I love the pop of red). You can also do a floppy hat like this one and it makes a basic outfit look so chic instantly!

5. Sneakers/Flats
My Nike Juvenate are the best! They are one of the most comfortable shoes I own. Plus, they can easily slip on and off for airport travel. I have this pair in black and grey – and I am eyeing this pink color next.

You can also do cute flats such as these ballerina ones. And they are metallic so another great way to add a pop factor to any basic outfit.

6. Tote
I’ve had this Street Style bag for several years now and the quality has held up really well. The handles have frayed a bit but to be fair, it is my go-to every day bag, even when traveling, at the pool or the beach, and even at the gym. It is incredibly roomy on the inside AND it is reversible so you get two bags in one for a great price. The bag is on sale right now for under $30!

One thing that I do recommend though with this tote is investing in a tote organizer especially when traveling to have your items organized and handy. I found this one with many great reviews.

7. Jewelry
I keep jewelry to a minimum. And not just for travel. I generally gravitate towards versatile pieces that I can wear anytime, anywhere. On most days, you will catch me wearing my everyday watch, a pair of dainty pearl or diamond earrings just because they go with everything, a simple necklace (usually my diamond cross) and of course my wedding bands and one or two of my favorite rings.

8. Luggage
To be honest, for the longest time I didn’t give much thought to luggage. But we were in search for a new set for this trip because we had worn out our previous set. Plus, I was ready to make the switch to ABS and 360-degree spinner wheels.

After researching for a while and gasping at how much luggage sets cost, I stumbled on this set. The price caught my eye because the set included a 20-inch and a 28-inch! And I had so many colors to choose from!

I admit, when the set arrived (and quickly thanks to Amazon Prime!), I was skeptical that the 28-inch was not going to be big enough for all our stuff but man, did it take our clothes and more. I was able to pack outfits for our family of four for ten days in that bag! And the 20-inch was roomy but still the perfect size for a carry-on.

I have been thinking of getting a second set like this one with the 3 pieces.

On a side note – you should try the rolling method when packing. Just google it or find a video on YouTube. This method frees up so much space in your bag. Check it out and thank me later!

So that basically sums it up for my recent airport look. Leave me a comment below on what your go-to airport look is. And thanks for stopping by!


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