Travel with style and comfort | These 12 looks will inspire you

Ever walked past ladies all decked in heels and multiple clothing dragging their luggage through the airport struggling to board their flights?  You begin to wonder why someone is all dressed up for a 6-hour flight or even more…

Contrarily, you can safely argue that it’s very acceptable to want to slay on arrival at your destination. Yes, we agree with this but how about keep it simple yet stylish. A pair of jeans, a blouse, a jacket/coat depending on the weather, flat shoes and minimal makeup and we think you’re good to go.

You really don’t want to land looking like a ball of mess and all stressed out so we have some travel fashion inspiration for you and we hope you find them useful.

Jackie Appiah sits pretty in her first class cabin in comfy designer wear
Toke Makinwa is easily the queen of travel fashion
One of the best times to whip out your sneakers is when you have to fly. Toke sticks with her kicks when she travels…
Bolanle Olukanni recently flew to South Africa in leggings and a t-shirt and we love the look.
A bomber jacket on a midi dress works just as fine. Flat shoes always win too
Seyi Shay’s office look is still super comfortable to travel in
No need for words! Jennifer Obayuwana always gets it
Jackie Appiah serves a look that tells us a thing or two about the weather
Bolanle Olukanni spices things up with these ankle boots and we’re so inspired
Everything looks good in black and white but better with a hint of colour!
Bolanle Olukanni again because she gets what simple travel fashion is and this time, she accentuates her look with a kimono
Style blogger, Keke O. plays with colours and that’s fine because it’s still super comfy


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