The soft loafers I wore throughout my travel in France
One of the busiest articles I´ve ever written here on the blog is the celebrity-inspired, chic outfits to wear to long flights. I know that when it comes to travelling and long flights, we tend to opt for comfort over style. But throughout my travelling experience, I discovered that achieving both comfort and style isn´t necessarily a hard thing. Needless to say, in planning for a travel outfit you have to consider the weather of where you´re departing and where you´re arriving. It´s wise to choose clothes that quickly transition.
Most of my travels are done in summer so obviously, I pack up summer outfits. But the shoes that I found perfect for long flights that are both really comfy and chic are loafers. It´s easy to slip your feet in and out, and they´re very versatile! D’Orsay smoking slippers and soft ballerinas are also great alternatives.
Loafers with Jumpsuit
Jumpsuit is a very trendy piece to wear for travel. Pair it with a sophisticated suede loafer to give your feet comfort while still looking classy. Add a black leather jacket to keep you warm at the airport and on board. You can easily remove it upon landing and you´d be ready for a warm summer weather. Because the jumpsuit is loose on the body with roomy legs, you´d feel comfortable curling to sleep throughout your flight.
Loafers with Romper
This is a travel outfit that I would personally love to wear. I enjoy wearing comfy shorts and rompers to a flight. I usually carry a large scarf in my bag to cover my legs whenever I feel cold from the AC. Go for a sophisticated romper with gathered elastic waistband for ultimate comfort. Then add a glossy, nature-inspired pointed-toe flats.
D’Orsay Flats with Comfy Dress
Never rule out a comfy dress for travel outfits. I picked this drop waist dress with volume silhouette just because I love showing some legs, but you can also go for a maxi dress. I find this D’Orsay smoking slipper really cute. As it´s properly described, it has a chic look that’s both on-trend and timelessly sophisticated. You can wear it with anything throughout your travel, thus making travelling light for you. Pack a cardigan in your hand carry bag so you can quickly wrap yourself whenever you feel cold during the flight.
What do think of loafers and smoking slippers? Would you wear them to long flights?