1There's not much to do when you're 35,000 feet up in the air, but while the hours of sedentary torture are more tolerable when you're in ultra-cozy outfits than in, say, crop tops and stilettos, that doesn't mean you have to sacrifice style for comfort. After all, why choose one when you can achieve both? Take inspiration from chic celeb high fliers like Anne Hathaway, Miranda Kerr, and Jessica Alba or check out these foolproof and inexpensive fashion moves to help you fly in style like an A-lister. 

Stay warm with a cool jacket.
Whether you’re flying to a tropical destination or a chilly city, it’s still wise to dress in layers because airports always have the AC on full blast. Penshoppe's cropped denim jacket (as seen above) is a versatile piece that can be paired with your other travel outfits.

Keep it sleek.
Ditch shabby track pants for a pair of stretch, dark wash jeans. Wear this pair from Bobson Japan (P1,499.75 at department stores). It's made with superb and strict Japanese craftsmanship, so you're guaranteed quality in an elegant silhouette.
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Slip on stylish flats.
Take our word for it: It's more comfortable to be in your trusty flats when you have to sit still for more than an hour. And when you land, you’re likely to be on your feet the whole time, so it’s more practical to slip on a pair of fab flats similar to Parfois' Trendy Lust Ballerinas (P1,090 at Glorietta and SM Southmall).
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Refresh your skin.

The airplane’s cabin AC can be drying on the skin. Look fresh as soon as you land in your destination by spraying on a hydrating facial mist. Spritz on Bioderma Dermatological Water (P908 at Watsons and dermatological clinics) to energize your complexion.
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Put your glasses on.
Okay, consider this cheating. Mask jetlagged eyes stat with a pair of oversized sunnies on like this pair from H&M (P499 at SM Megamall, SM North, SM Makati, Robinsons Place Manila, and Robinsons Magnolia)
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