How To Master Airport Style

Summer is officially here and it’s time to start prepping for summer vacation! Whether you're traveling the globe or going for a quick getaway, it’s always best to plan ahead and know what’s going to keep you comfortable while you’re on your way to your destination. Airport style is a thing that every girl wants to master. We all want to be comfortable for the long plane ride ahead, but still look cute while doing it. That’s why our team here at Boom Boom Jeans has taken a look at some of our favorite style icons and taken notes on how we can create the perfect airport look.

Airport Style - Thrifts and Threads

Brittany Xavier of Thrifts & Threads 

One of our go-to airport outfits is a sporty look paired with an oversized denim jacket. A denim jacket is a great piece to wear since it will keep you warm on the plan and the oversized fit will still keep you comfortable. Us BBJ girls love bringing along a denim jacket on vacation, but the problem is that they take up so much room in a suitcase. Wearing it on the plane gives you extra room in your bag and keeps you looking stylish.

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Olivia Palermo - Airport Style

Olivia Culpo

If you are going on a long-haul flight, a good pair of leggings are a must. We love pairing them with an oversized sweater or graphic tee (maybe even with that denim jacket we mentioned). Style guru Olivia Culpo made leggings look so chic with a classic all black look, which is cute, simple and you won’t have to worry about feeling uncomfortable during your flight.

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Airport Style - Negin Marsalehi

Negin Mirsalehi

For shorter flights, we recommend wearing your comfiest pair of jeans. Anything with stretch will keep you comfortable but the denim looks like you put in a bit more effort than leggings or sweats would. We love how Negin Mirsalehi paired hers with a simple t-shirt and sneakers; it’s simple for going through security and still super fashionable.

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xoxo, BBJ

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