20 Stylish Travel Outfits to Steal from Supermodels
From her perfectly draped Rails sweater to her oversize tote (just think how many magazines you can fit in there!), Chrissy's look is the stuff airport dreams are made of. And John, you don't look too shabby either.
Because it's generally frowned upon to wear an actual robe on your flight, a chic coat with robe-like qualities is a nice alternative.
Okay, so the Anine Bing lace crop top may not be the most practical thing in the world — but Kendall's long coat and loose-fitting pants actually look quite comfy.
Heading to dinner straight from the airport? A tailored black blazer dresses up even the simplest white sneakers outfit.
Miranda mixes comfy (soft T-shirt, drapey duster coat) and classic (Parker Smith skinny jeans, black pumps, chain-strap bag and oversize sunglasses) to polished perfection.
What, this old thing? Kendall toned town the sexiness of her sheer lace bralette by wearing it over a white T-shirt and under an oversize shawl coat.
Even with ripped jeans and an oversize top, Kate proves that the right accessories can pull any look together – and reminds us that white sneakers go with everything.
A shearling coat and boots may not seem like a natural fit with a lightweight slipdress (especially when you consider it was 91 degrees when this photo was taken), but Gigi sure looks cute.
A luxe coat adds a layer (ha) of chicness to even the most casual airport outfit — and it will keep you warm on the plane.
Leave it to Karlie to make a cat shirt look totally chic (although it doesn't hurt that the shirt in question is Gucci).
Rosie's embroidered bomber jacket pumps up an otherwise simple outfit. Are you sensing an outerwear theme here yet or…?
Who knew sweats could be so glam? If you aren't ready to go full-crop-top (*raises hand*), you could always swap it for a full-length sweatshirt or long-sleeve T-shirt.
The Victoria's Secret model's outfit only looks like it took a lot of effort. To get a similar look, mix and match your favorite neutral pieces and add a bright bag for punch.
The major key here is that blanket coat – not only is it super-cute, but it's a serious upgrade to the flimsy fleece they give you on the plane.
Lightweight layers are never a bad idea when traveling. And pro tip: A bodysuit won't get all bunchy and wrinkled when you're sitting for hours at a time.
A mostly black outfit may seem a little serious, but it will come in handy when you have to camouflage a red wine stain due to unexpected turbulence. Not that that's ever happened to us…
A blazer makes any laid-back outfit feel sophisticated, and Kate's hands-free bags are a no-brainer when you have a puppy pal along for the journey.
Life hack: You can basically wear pajamas in public if they look like real clothes. Case in point: Alessandra's easy, all-black ensemble.