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post #46 of 53

lululemon kung-fu pants, t-shirt and a hoodie. i look like a total scrub, but for me comfort is key. i also normally wear my crocs slip on shoes, they just look like grey canvas slip on shoes and are perfect for getting through airport security quickly, but with TSA pre-check at most the airports i fly out of now, i may not need to wear those anymore.

post #47 of 53
In most overnight flights to Asia (JFK-HKG, EWR-SIN) I have taken, people are dressed in chinos/jeans, slip on shoes (loafers) or easy off shoes (such as chukkas), buttondown shirt, polo shirt or sweater, and some kind of outerwear or blazer). In business class, shoes come off when the lie flat seats go down and people go to sleep. In coach, some people keep their shoes on, some take them off.
post #48 of 53
Bumping this thread.

I travel 16 hour flights every other week, and am looking for a new go to uniform.

Right now i'm wearing jeans, softest t-shirt I own, and comfortable lulu lemon sweatshirt. Not horrible, but looking for something a bit more comfortable. I'm not concerned about what the person next to me thinks, as I travel in first and there's nobody next to me.

Been tossing around the idea of switching from the lulu lemon sweatshirt and jeans to lulu sweatpants and cashmere hoodie? For shoes I always slip the slippers on from the flight that they give you or if those are missing i'll put on flip flops.

My goal is to look good, feel good, and be comfortable. Any ideas/tips? Also what's your go to carry on for long flights?
post #49 of 53
Sunspel or Orlebar Brown sweats if you want to go that route.
post #50 of 53

I'm cracking up here.

 

On a forum where people get verbally raped for choosing the incorrect whatever to wear whenever, people are suggesting wearing sweatpants for air travel.

 

I'm not saying don't, I'm just pointing out the high irony in the information.

post #51 of 53
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Originally Posted by michaeljohnr View Post

I'm cracking up here.

On a forum where people get verbally raped for choosing the incorrect whatever to wear whenever, people are suggesting wearing sweatpants for air travel.

I'm not saying don't, I'm just pointing out the high irony in the information.

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I agree, I don't own sweatpants, and don't especially want to own them. Looking for comfortable and fashionable. Something that works in airport lounges, airport passport control lines, and long airplane flights. These are clothes you're going to sleep in, eat in, and work in (during connections). A lot of requirements.
post #52 of 53
i wear rick drop crotch and a rick blazer over a cashmere tee so i am warm and comfortable but can still head right to the office upon landing
post #53 of 53
The key is as much merino pieces as possible and compression socks. Ultra comfy, never hot or cold and no heavy legs after the flight.
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