5 airport looks to try on your next trip
If you have always felt the need to look like a diva, then this article is for you. Back in your head you know that the paparazzi doesn't follow you everywhere, then again you also know that your personal Instagram handle stays by your side all the time. Doesn't it? Hope it rings a bell.
So, you have all the more reason to look your best, even before boarding a plane. And no, we don't want you to wear those 6-inch stilettos that have been collecting dust in the shoe cabinet or have you put on tons of makeup before boarding a flight. Because 'too much' is backdated. So here are few handpicked and fresh ultra-chic looks that will make travelling more enjoyable and photography friendly.
Recommended only for short trips. Maybe a Dhaka-Chattogram trip or a Dhaka-Kolkata trip. Trust us! You can never go wrong with this one, especially because its all fuss free. Throw on a simple jacket if you must and look like a million dollars. Jumpsuits are number one in our list because it does not require wearing belts or any other accessories, which are usually considered an obstacle during the airport check-in process.
The Boho Queen
We are 'deshi' people and there must be some touch in our wardrobe to prove it. Take a cue from our next-door neighbour celebrities. Won't name anyone specifically, just google. Wear a sleeveless kurti, a loose kaftan or a boho cape and pair it with jeggings, dhotis, palazzos or even tights in basic colours. Remember to take your sunglasses with you. No look is ever complete without the glares!
You have stressed comfortable your entire life! Airport look is where you can emphasize your obsession. We even recommend athleisure to people who are fixated on workouts and gym wear. If you want a variation, then graphic tee's paired with blue denims can be another option. But whatever the final choice, a 'comfy pair of sneakers' are a must-have in the final selection.
While we recommend in keeping the outfits simple, an additional statement piece, never does any harm. It actually helps in making the indication that the person actually made an effort in dressing up. While you can go overboard on this with Leopard coats, or LV sunglasses, an inexpensive statement bag, earrings or belt would also do. Just remember to take it off during flight and during check-ins.
Style that suits you
If you feel comfortable wearing blazers or cotton saris, then go for it. Add in a bit of jazz from your side to authenticate the look further, maybe a scarf or snug flats to pair with the 'before takeoff' look.
Thank us later.