by Esther Boutique Aug 05, 2014

You may not be flying first-class on your next trip away, but that doesn’t mean your in-flight outfit can’t be. According to E!, the trick is to pick a neutral tone outfit that helps you blend into the environment, keeping prying eyes away from you when a 12-hour flight has left you feeling far from your best.

Layers are essential as factors such as fluctuating temperatures and restless sleep come into play. You can easily use any additional clothing as a pillow, too!

 

To really pull off the first class “I’m a celebrity, get me out of here” look, your outfit should be finished off with an oversized hat, sunglasses and a stylish carry-on bag.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is the perfect example of in-flight chic, recently seen catching a flight in a full length jacket, large hat, sunglasses and blood red tote bag.

Source: http://au.eonline.com/shows/fashion_police/news/437131/rosie-huntington-whiteley-shows-us-how-to-fly-in-dual-purpose-style

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