Airplanes in the night sky

like shooting stars

//Moto Jacket - Topshop//Jumper - Nepal//Top - People Tree//Jeans - Hollister//Shoes - M&S//

As I mentioned in my last post, I am currently wishing I was jetting off to somewhere new and exploring the globe, but alas I am currently holidaying in Scotland and being super nerdy at all the Harry Potter filming sites up here. But as I was feeling inspired after my last post I wanted to show you what I wear to fly, especially on long-haul flights.

The keywords when it comes to dressing for a flight is layers and comfort, who knows what kind of heating or air-con levels there might be at the airport and on the flight. Not to mention who you might be sat next to and how much leg room you may or may not have. But this doesn't mean you have to look like you just got out of bed, even if you did... I chose to wear my moto jacket as it is both warm and adds some protection from the elements on the occasion you have to be outside during your trip. Well that and it makes you look so much more put together. Next up is a jumper and top, because I have had flights where I have been surrounded by people with the AC on full blast and quite frankly it is cold, but then sometimes it gets too warm so you need options. I wear jeans everywhere, they are so comfy so that explains them. And finally the shoes, I always wear shoes I can take off easily if required at security, and if I am wear shoes that look weird with socks I bring them with me for the flight.

If you are flying out this summer you might find this table explaining all of the hand luggage restrictions useful, because lets be honest no one has time to read through all the waffle on an airlines website just to find out the bag size.

XO, Miriam

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*disclaimer this post has been sponsored by Purple Parking

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