You would think that after all the stories I wrote about style travel in my years at Who What Wear that I forbade myself to commit clothing crimes in airport. Alas, I'm still at fault. My problem is that I tend to prioritize looking stylish over being comfortable, so I keep reminding myself to listen to my own advice. (I promise you both style and comfort are possible.)
I won't pretend that dressing for the airport isn't difficult. Between going through security, walking for what feels like miles through terminals, adapting to different temperatures, and having to stay in one place for a long time, there are many to consider. -alang. Because it can be overwhelming, I admit my most common mistakes in airport attire. They can be mild, but avoiding them can make a difference in your comfort level on long days of travel.
There is no faster way to look uncluttered when traveling than to wear something crumpled in a snap. In case you need some guidance, I wrote a whole story about the best wrinkle -free fabrics for travel .
The accessories may be kind of make or break a garment at the airport. For example, I made the mistake of not wearing a watch (and digging for my phone in my bag wasn’t particularly great), carrying bags that were hard, no good place to put my sunglasses, and packing of scarves my carry duffel too big.
As you know, you often have limited time to visit an airport bathroom, and deal with a row of buttons and a shirt that needs to be covered so is also a big waste of time.
Even though I have TSA PreCheck, I still need to remove my security shoes when I fly international , and I often felt like exchanging them for comfortable socks once I was on the plane. Take my advice and don’t wear shoes that take time and effort to close and get off (e.g., boots without zippers and shoes with complicated straps).
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If an airplane is even a little bit hot (which they often do) and you wear so many layers with no space to remove them and anywhere to put them once you do, you have a problem. The smart alternative is a thin but warm base layer and a piece of outer clothing that can be removed easily.
 Next, travel shoe mistakes to avoid.