The Opposite of Plane Clothes

Normally, travel attire would consist of the following: Lulus, hoodie, Uggs. However, when you're travelling for business its probably a good idea to skip the lounge clothes and opt for a more professional, yet comfortable look.

(Photos by Yvonne Ho)
Skinnies - Parasuco (Winners); Blazer and Scarf - Zara; Boots - Locale; Bag - Segolene; Tee - Lord & Taylor (The Bay); Watch - Michael Kors; Ring - Aldo

The keys to achieving a professional AND comfortable look are as follows.

-Comfortable bottoms.  (Thick) leggings work best but black stretchy jeans can also do the trick.

-Professional on top. The easiest way to do this is with a classic black blazer. Choose one that does not wrinkle easily. This Zara Basic blazer works perfectly! 

-Boots. Knee high boots, either with or without a heel go great over a pair of skinnies. They look posh and will keep your toes toasty warm. Choose boots with zippers for easy removal.

-Scarf. This is where you can let your fashionista-selves out. A scarf always looks stylish and conveniently covers up a comfy white t-shirt. ;)

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