When I travel solo or with my family in tow I want to be comfortable and washable. If I’m heading to a warm destination I usually wear lightweight pieces so I’m not sweltering stepping off the plane and carrying Canadian winter gear all over. Here are three easy and comfortable airport looks to pull together from your closet that most of us own. What I like about these pieces is that you can also incorporate it all into your resort wardrobe when you’re away.
I’ve included some maternity options too since I have baby on the brain.
And FYI – this is NOT my business travel attire. I’ll save that post for another day.
- Leggings + Long Blouse + Trench + Sandals/Loafers
- Leggings TNA Equator Pant or a maternity legging -> wear these leggings to workout in while away
- Gap Maternity Stripe Pintuck Popover or non-maternity like this – this or this -> transition the oversized long blouse into a pool/beach cover-up
- Gap Classic Trench -> throw a trench on for chilly nights
- Sandals or slip-on loafers -> perfect to head to the golf course in or wear throughout the day around the resort or in town
- BP Ripped Skinny BF Jeans or this maternity option -> wear these jeans on your roundtrip flights, into town or if you’re visiting amusement parks
- Madewell Whisper Cotton V-Neck Pocket Tee -> wear with shorts or a skirt
- Madewell Leather Moto Jacket or this or this -> wear to dinner if it’s cool
- Halogen slip-on sneakers or go Converse -> wear these on day trips when you leave the resort
3. Sweatpants + Top + Jean Jacket + Runners
- Scotch & Soda Basic Sweat Pants or this -> stylish enough to lounge around the resort in
- Isabella Oliver Maternity Black Cap Scoop Top or non-maternity like this -> comfortable tee to throw on with almost anything
- Gap Jean Jacket – perfect cover for your shoulders at dinner
- Nike Air Max Thea Sneakers or this or this – wear these for sporting activities or for long day trips
Remember: This is just a guide to get you started. All of these items listed can definitely be mixed and matched with each other to create your own personal style. That’s the great thing about having lots of basics and neutrals in your closet.
Have a great (and comfortable) trip!