Now that the world is finally opening up again following the global pandemic, people who love to travel are getting the chance to take to the skies once more. As a result, travelers everywhere are gearing up and booking flights to make up for a lost time. So whether you simply missed out on holiday or two or if you are the sort of person who goes abroad multiple times a year, now is the time to prepare yourself for new adventures.
Because of the fact that it has been so long since being able to travel, you might find yourself a little bit out of practice. However, even with all the excitement surrounding your upcoming holiday, it is important to remember that long-haul flights can be tough, especially if you have multiple connections to consider.
If you are looking forward to traveling abroad once more and have booked a long haul flight for yourself to reach the destination you have been dreaming of for months now, you will want to ensure that you are as comfortable as possible for your flight. Here are a few tips on how to dress so that you can enjoy your flight as much as possible and arrive at your destination refreshed and ready for your holiday.
Wear Slip-On Shoes
The footwear you choose for your travel day is the first thing you will want to choose. It can be tempting to lighten your luggage a bit by wearing a pair of your less comfortable, more cumbersome shoes. However, you won’t be doing yourself any favors by taking this route.
Instead, opt for comfortable slip-on shoes for your flight. You might want the option to be able to change into warm, comfortable socks if you plan on sleeping on the flight, and trekking around the airport between connections can be tough on your feet.
You can still be fashionable for your flight, though, by choosing booties or a similar shoe for a travel day. Just remember that you will want to wear shoes that are ideal for walking and as easy to remove in flight.
Dress in Layers
The best approach to choosing your outfit for your flight is to go with layers. By dressing in light layers, you can ensure that you will be comfortable no matter what temperature it is on your flight.
Bear in mind the fact that most flights tend to run a bit cooler. If you are the sort of person who gets cold easily, it might be worth wearing a travel scarf that can double as a blanket should you get chilly.
Don’t Fuss About Your Hair
It can be tempting to put more effort than is necessary for your appearance before a flight. However, spending time on your hair will only result in a wasted effort by the end of your flight.
It is far better to opt for a simple top-knot bun that will allow you to rest your head comfortably. You can then transition to a bouncy, volumized ponytail when you land if you need to make yourself presentable right away.