Tuesday, October 9, 2012

What to Wear Where: Pregnant Traveller

I have spent my fair share of time in airplanes and moreso, in airports, over the last decade, so I really liked this week's challenge. One of the best pieces of advice for air travel is to keep it simple.

Usually TSA makes me take off my scarf, jacket, and shoes at the checkpoint. In an effort to not feel like I'm undressing in public, I go ahead and store those first two items in my tote ahead of time. Ballet flats make for easy last minute shucking.

My faithful travelling companion will always be one of those "everything's $10" faux pashminas that are found in airports everywhere. It's large enough to double as both an accessory, as well as a blanket or pillow, which is great since most airlines have gotten rid of those items onboard.

I can't get enough of leggings this fall, though I've never really cared much for them before. I found this tunic at Old Navy over the weekend and loved how comfy it looked. I think it would equally perfect in a cabin at cruising altitude and a cabin in the woods. Really, this outfit is like travel-appropriate pajamas. That's a win.

Happy Jetsetting!

Fall Jetsetting


  1. Hello! I found your blog through the link up! :) I totally agree with you about keeping it simple. I love your travel outfit and longchamp bags are the best since they are light and can be folded and stowed in your suitcase. I didn't care for leggings as much but I have come to realize how comfortable they are! :D xoxo, Phoebe

  2. Your cute maternity clothes *almost* make me want to be pregnant again! I need you to do a "cute, non-pregnant-but-still-nursing-and-looking-frumpy" what to wear where next week. ;)

  3. Yep - simple + Longchamp carry-on + TB flats = win!

    That's a great idea to store your scarf and jacket before going through security. I'm all for doing whatever makes that awful line easier for me & for the people in line behind me, so I'll definitely try that one.

  4. this is adorable! love this outfit - and what you've chosen!

    thanks again for linking up!

    phiphi's blog


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