When it comes to being a true jetsetter, you always should look your best. Sure, you can wear sweatpants and a hoodie, but you still have to keep it chic. How, you ask? Well, the trick is to choose the right materials and accessories. These celebrities show that they’re the ultimate fly girls by dressing to impress, without compromising on comfort.
Make a statement with your luggage, and make sure your outfit matches. CL rocked it in red, no doubt inspired by her Supreme Rimowa suitcase.
From left to right: Fendi Cabin Suitcase, price available in store; Louis Vuitton Horizon 50 Damier Graphite, US$2,800
Kylie shows how denim can look good — even on board a private jet.
From left to right: Zara denim jacket with voluminous sleeves, $69.90; Topshop moto mid blue step hem straight jeans, $96.90
The only option for hiding dark circles and puffy eyes is a pair of sunglasses. Irene Kim shows how shades don’t have to overtake your whole face.
From left to right: Saint Laurent loulou heart-shaped acetate sunglasses, US$327; H&M dark pink sunglasses, $17.95
Olivia Culpo shows how athleisure on a flight can be done right — in monochrome colours.
From left to right: New Look crop culottes, $35.96; Pomelo Fashion alita featherlight mesh long sleeve tee, $34
Take a style cue from the Kardashian-West clan with their utilitarian colour scheme.
From left to right: Opening Ceremony OC elastic logo hoodie vest, US$175; Topshop camouflage denim skirt, $17.90
Track bottoms are flight uniforms for the masses. Make like Jolin Cai, who elevated a sporty tracksuit by opting for a customized one, made of satin.
From left to right: H&M satin bomber jacket, $64.95; Hello Kitty x Asos Design bow joggers with tape detail, $62.97