Jetsetting and Cruising: Travelling in Style

April 28, 2017

Coachella and sunshine simply inspire wanderlust and adventure. Desert and sunsets, beaches and blue skies are elements of a serene experience. However, travelling in style can be difficult when you are only allowed to bring certain items and dress according to different occasions. Whether you are attending a destination wedding or backpacking through Asia, there is an outfit just for you.

You can never get enough of hoodies and sweaters when you are on the plane. Thanks to athleisure, you can kick back in style in these Vetements hoodies. Whether you want a Fitted Pink Hoodie or this baggy In Progress Hoodie with Tape, there is something for people who want to relax on their flight. For those looking for a bit more character, Forme D’Expression has these Baggy Pullon Pants, ideal for long travels.


Elegance does not have to be sacrificed on long travels. Ann Demeulemeester creates pieces that are comfortable and refined at once. The Thelma Shirt is fitted, but simple so that they can be worn with pyjama pants or her loose Straight Leg Trousers. For those who simply want something loose fitting, the Sacai Daniel Dress in Black is every bit minimalist and chic. It is fitted loosely so that you can lounge around, but textured to show off your curves.


Layers are important as it can get pretty cold at night on the plane. You can never go wrong with bomber jackets because they are casual, but versatile enough to go with everything. This Sacai Hooded Bomber can come along for the ride with compartments and pockets for snacks that you may need. This Dries Van Noten Vismes Reversible Bomber in yellow will awaken you from your slumber in a snap. Bright and diverse, you can wear it in any way you want.


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