travel outfit inspiration

I’ve got some fun trips lined up in 2018, so I thought I’d put together two of my go-to travel outfits for this season. While I like to look somewhat put together while traveling (unless it’s a redeye flight, then I’m barefaced wearing PJs pretty much lol), the most important things to me are comfort, warmth, and ease.

That’s why I’m loving these Grana cashmere joggers — they’re cozy but can also be dressed up. They’re made with 100% Grade-A Mongolian cashmere and they’re soo soft. In comparison to other cashmere joggers on the market, these are more reasonably priced because Grana is a start-up that focuses on honest pricing with quality fabrics. (For example, I bought this Grana silk slip dress for under $80!)

Here’s how I styled cashmere joggers two ways:

On-the-Go Travel Outfit

Acne Studios leather jacket Gucci loafer mulesCeline Trio bag Gucci Princetown loafer mulesComme des Garçons stripe tee Acne Studios leather jacket

Acne Studios leather jacket, Comme des Garçons Play striped shirtGrana cashmere joggers (c/o),
CÉLINE Trio crossbody bagGucci Princetown loafer mules, Smith & Cult “The Warning” lip gloss

If the flight is short and I have to hit the ground running when I land, I try to dress up in an outfit that works from plane to lunch. Loafer mules make going through security a breeze since you can just slide them off, but if you anticipate rushing through the airport, I would recommend the Gucci Brixton loafers that can convert to mules (I just got them for Christmas and they’re soo comfortable). In the spirit of ease, I also like to wear a crossbody bag when I travel so I can be hands-free.

More affordable versions:

Comfy Chic Travel Outfit

comfy chic travel outfit inspirationGrana cashmere joggers Acne Studios scarfLongchamp Le Pliage Neo black bag

Acne Studios “Canada” scarf, Equipment midi cardigan, Free People bodysuit (shop more bodysuits),
Grana cashmere joggers (c/o), Adidas “Stan Smith” sneakers, Longchamp Le Pliage Neo tote bag

On longer trips, I’m all about warmth and comfort. I always get soo cold on planes — once I was flying to Hawaii so I was just wearing shorts, but I shivered for all 6 hours of that flight and brr…lesson learned! Now I layer with a midi cardigan and a wrap scarf that can double as a blanket. As for travel bags, I have both the Longchamp Le Pliage Neo tote and the crossbody tote and I’ve used both for work and travel for years since they’re durable.

More affordable versions:

I’m heading to Palm Springs, Joshua Tree, and Los Angeles on a couples trip with some friends next month and I’m so excited to get some sun! I’ve never been to Palm Springs and Joshua Tree, so if you have some recommendations, please let me know in the comments!

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9 Comments

  1. January 8, 2018 / 6:40 pm

    I love your go-to travel outfits! I like that the first outfit with the leather jacket looks like something you can easily transition for a night out on the town.

    -Helen
    http://www.sweethelengrace.com

  2. January 9, 2018 / 3:43 am

    Love travelling in joggers – the most comfortable travel pants ever!

  3. jane
    January 9, 2018 / 8:30 am

    I always love wearing joggers.
    I love it.

    Much Love,
    Jane | The Bandwagon Chic

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