While many of us won’t be traveling this holiday season, I’m sure that it’s unavoidable for others. There are a lot of factors that can make winter traveling stressful from the possibility of flight delays to longer wait times – and the concerns around COVID this year. Your outfit is probably the last thing you want to stress about, so I wanted to share round up some of my go-to winter travel outfits that’ll allow you to travel comfortably in style. Just remember to add a face mask to the final look – and take extra precautions to have a safe flight! Keep scrolling for my favorite winter travel outfits.
Max Mara Teddy Bear Coat (better for budget here) | Similar Cropped Sweater | Topshop Jeans | Louis Vuitton Combat Boots (similar here and here) | Louis Vuitton Neverfull GM Tote | Louis Vuitton Palm Springs Mini Backpack | Louis Vuitton Horizon 55 Luggage | Moncler Beanie | Celine Sunglasses
1. Teddy Bear Coat, Ripped Jeans & Combat Boots
My favorite winter travel outfits are equal parts cozy, edgy, and casual. This look is a perfect example of that. I always rely on a teddy bear coat when I’m traveling to some place cold. I love pairing it with edgier pieces like ripped jeans, a beanie, and combat boots.
2. Wool Coat, Turtleneck Sweater & Over The Knee Boots
When I’m going straight from the airport to an event, I’ll go for a dressier outfit even in the winter. A tailored wool coat, tunic sweater, and leggings with over-the-knee boots can be comfortable for shorter plane rides. I know I can always rely on my Stuart Weitzman OTK boots for maximum comfort – you can read my full review on them here.
Similar Leather Jacket (better for budget here) | Basic Black Tee | GRLFRND Denim | Gucci Dionysus Mini Bag | Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM Tote | Zara Block Heel Pumps (sold out, similar here) | Calpak Luggage Set | Saint Laurent Sunglasses
3. Moto Jacket, Relaxed Jeans & Block Heeled Mules
If you want to dress up casual pieces likes relaxed jeans and a tee, block heeled mules can be just as comfortable as a pair of sneakers. Opt for a lower heel height and they’ll elevate anything you wear while traveling. A moto jacket makes the perfect layering piece to this outfit because it ensures that you won’t get overheated indoors.
4. Shearling Biker Jacket, Denim & Embellished Combat Boots
For an effortlessly chic winter travel outfit, I swear by my shearling biker jacket. It offers the same edgy vibe as a leather jacket but keeps you warmer with the faux shearling lining. I love styling it with some dark skinny jeans and combat boots.
Balmain Blazer (on sale – wearing a 34, better for budget here) | Beige Turtleneck Sweater | L’Agence Denim | Golden Goose Sneakers (better for budget here) | Louis Vuitton Neverfull GM Tote | Louis Vuitton Pégase Légère 55 | Quay Sunglasses (sold out, similar here)
5. Blazer, Turtleneck Sweater, Ripped Jeans & Sneakers
You can always throw a blazer over a turtleneck top and boyfriend jeans for a stylish and put-together travel outfit. I swear by this combo if I’m heading to warmer destinations. Finish off the look with some distressed sneakers and you’re all set to go.
6. Faux Fur Coat, Basic Bodysuit & Lug Sole Boots
A cozy layer is an in-flight essential – and nothing beats a faux fur coat. I usually throw one over a basic bodysuit and denim pairing. It’s foolproof for a cute yet practical winter airport outfit.
7. Biker Jacket, Faux Leather Leggings & High Top Sneakers
Faux leather leggings are the comfiest yet most stylish piece you can wear on an airplane. If I’m striving for comfort, I’ll wear it with a sweatshirt or hoodie and high-top sneakers. I’d recommend trying a pair of vinyl leggings this winter for an eye-catching look – this one is my go-to travel piece.