How To Look Cute 35,000 Ft In The Air

Take a style cue from these jet-setting celebs 

Kendall Jenner
22 Oct 2015

Kendall Jenner

Throw a blanket coat or a kimono jacket over your go-to tee and jeans for an outfit that’s both snug and classy.

Song Ji Hyo
22 Oct 2015

Song Ji Hyo

The actress and host of the popular Korean game show Running Man proves you don’t have to give up your favourite fashion trends while staying comfy, and rocks Fall/Winter 2015's long-over-long with aplomb.

Gwen Stefani
22 Oct 2015

Gwen Stefani

All-black is your best bet against errant sauces and juices during turbulence. Copy Gwen Stefani’s sporty ensemble with a bomber jacket, jogger pants and sneakers.

Cate Blanchett
22 Oct 2015

Cate Blanchett

Tracksuits aren’t just served for sports halls anymore. Follow Cate Blanchett's lead and add a little sophistication with ladylike ballet pumps and a leather satchel.

Emma Roberts
22 Oct 2015

Emma Roberts

The simplest way to spice up a monochromatic outfit? Top it off with a cardigan in a bright hue or quirky prints — or both.

Dressing for a flight has to be right up there in the list of fashion conundrums, just below “smart-casual” dress codes. While comfort is the top priority when travelling, we always wish we could waltz out of customs looking like a million bucks and not like we’ve been squirming in our cattle-class seat all night, trying to block out the screams from a crying baby.

So how to strike that stylish balance between chic and cosy? Here are some tips from the people who need to look glamorous at all times — celebrities — and how to apply those lessons IRL. 

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