While we always stay local for the holidays I know many of you need holiday airport outfit ideas, so I wanted to share some cozy pieces in collaboration with Sole Society. If you’ve been following my blog you may have seen my post about all the Fall footwear I grabbed from Sole Society. I’m a huge fan of the brand so today I’m incorporating more of their items and sharing tips for planning your holiday airport outfits.
5 Tips to Plan Your Holiday Airport Outfits
Some planes are hot, some planes are cold. You also might be flying from one climate to another. Either way you’ll be most comfortable if you have layers you can add or subtract from your outfit to keep your temperature ideal.
Large scarves double as a blanket on the plane. I saw a lovely gentleman drooling all over the blanket the flight attendant provided him on my last trip. This made me a bit turned off from the share blankets airlines offer.
I always opt for leggings when they’re appropriate, and travel days are just that. Do I need to explain why leggings are THE BEST? You’re likely here because our styles align, so I won’t bore you with that obvious explanation.
4. Roomy Handbag
Airlines are so strict with baggage these days. I also take a large tote or crossbody bag with everything I might need the day of travel. This includes toiletries and items I won’t want to do without if my luggage gets lost in transit.
5. Comfortable Footwear
Sneakers, mules, slip on boots are all ideal because most airports require you to take off your shoes when going through security. While the outfits I’m sharing don’t include slip-on footwear, Sole Society offers so many great options. I am LOVING those blush velvet and gold sparkle loafers for the holidays.
Holiday Airport Outfit Ideas
How fun is this velvet weekender bag to add to your holiday airport outfits? It’s so roomy and the green is festive! My block heel boots are also a muted shade of green. If you do want to wear heels through the airport, then block heels are the way to go. I would be more likely to wear slip on boots for actual travel but this green suede option was too good not to share.
A lot of you messaged me about this turtleneck sweater poncho when I was wearing on Instagram stories earlier in the week. It’s SO cozy. I think the model on the website might be wearing it sideways because it looks much shorter on her and I am 5’11”. Maybe I’m wearing it wrong, but it’s not as short as it looks online. I stole the slouchy beanie above from my husband but this Sole Society slouchy beanie is similar.
This fuzzy, soft, cropped cardigan is another great layering piece for the holidays. I showed it here with a cami because I thought it looked festive but I’d wear something a bit warmer underneath to get on a plane. The cardigan is SO SOFT! Cropped cardigans are a good way to stay warm on nights out without looking frumpy (like my usual grandma cardigans).
Did you see the lucite heel on the boots? That’s a huge trend right now and these boots would be perfect to wear with sequin or velvet leggings to a holiday party.
And finally – a plaid wrap (or cape)! This is the easiest and most chic way to dress for travel. Wraps like this one make you feel like you’re wearing a blanket through the airport without looking frumpy.
Are you guys traveling for the holidays? If you’re flying – do you have any holiday airport outfits planned? We are hosting Thanksgiving so I will be traveling in and out of the kitchen in leggings and slippers :). Thanks for stopping by – wherever you celebrate – I hope you have a wonderful holiday season.
Thank you to Sole Society for sponsoring this post.