Stars Who Wear Leggings to the Airport
Not only did Miranda wear a pair of Aritzia leggings to wear with a crop top to the airport, she picked an unmissably bold tan suede style.
For a supermodel-in-training like Hailey, every crosswalk is a runway - and another opportunity for high-style athleisure.
There are few things Kim loves more than stretch fabric, as evidenced by her travel uniform of leggings, an oversized jacket and Yeezys.
The star layers on every cool girl's workout staples: an Ivy Park sweatshirt, cropped leggings and cool-again rubber shower slides.
Topping off a super-soft tee, super-stretchy leggings and furry slipper-like shoes with a leather jacket seems to be the supermodel-accepted way to turn your pajama-esque attire into flight-worthy fashion.
Or in the case of Sienna Miller, you don't bother with the leather jacket at all and just embrace the PJ vibes of your fur-lined loafers and leopard leggings.
We bet Barbie would be proud of Nicki's commitment to workout wear.
Apparently the motto on her sweatshirt also applies to the concept of pants.
The first rule of "leggings as pants:" Opt for a style with faux leather detailing so they look more deliberate than your average workout pair.
Leggings, poncho and hat: The red-eye flier's stylish uniform of choice.
Amanda goes for a similar attempt to transform leggings into real pants in her oversized button-up and boots.
Emmy exploits a loophole in the "no leggings" rule by picking a pair that appear to be jeggings and dressing accordingly.
To dress up her stretch pants, Blac Chyna took the extra step of matching her athleisure top to her bottoms.
Naomi employs the art of distraction to make her leggings work, piling on so many luxe accessories you hardly notice the stretch pants underneath.
Her stylist admitted that her Philipp Plein leggings (worn to disembark a plane in Mumbai) weren't technically on the XXX tour itinerary, but said, "I appreciate the fact that that’s the real her."
The actress also gives her leggings a luxe touch with a Tadashi Shoji fur.
Of course, the precursor to plane leggings was the Juicy Couture jumpsuit, which Paris hasn't given up.
And if you're stumped to find something you can wear that definitely isn't leggings but is still super-comfy? Try a full body sweatshirt, as Rihanna models here.