7 super-comfortable, go-to 'travel uniforms' we swear by for planes and trains
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- Comfort is our most important consideration when choosing what to wear for a long flight or bus ride.
- We've developed unique "travel uniforms" of comfortable clothes, underwear, and shoes that we always wear when we travel.
- These 7 outfits feature soft, stretchy, and breathable fabrics to get us through our trips. Having a pre-planned, reliable outfit in mind also means we have one less thing to worry about as we prepare for our travels.
Whenever I see someone well-dressed at the airport, I'm impressed. More power to them (though dressing your best may not actually snag a free upgrade), but I'm just here to get through my flight and to my final destination in the most comfortable way possible.I traveled more than ever last year, and I found myself developing a "travel uniform," a very specific combination of clothes and shoes that have proven to be comfortable through long plane and bus rides. Now, every time I prepare for a trip, I automatically default to this outfit so I don't have to stress over my flight survival strategy.
Many members of the Insider Picks adopt similar uniforms when traveling. If you ever run into us at the airport or bus station, this is what we're most likely to be wearing.
Unsurprisingly, T-shirts, leggings, and sweats make the cut. Stretchy, roomy jeans are also the subject of a few love letters, and we can't underscore the importance of comfortable underwear enough.
These 7 travel uniforms may look different, but they're all incredibly comfortable.
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