Traveling in style is essential for any classy woman. But with all the long lines and hours of waiting at the airport, fashion-forward gals find the task quite a challenge. However, that's no excuse to dress like a slob. Here are 10 breezy bottoms you can easily wear and style before you jet off to your next destination!

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1. Zara Printed culottes, P2995, Greenbelt 5

 

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2. Zara Culottes with snap buttons, P2295, TriNoma

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3. Seek the Uniq Beziers striped linen pants, P1990, Seektheuniq.com

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 4. Androgyne 024 Regular jogger pants, P1603, Seektheuniq.com

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5. Bershka Jogging trousers with side stripe, P1395, Glorietta 2

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6. H&M Wide-cut pants, P2290, SM Megamall

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7. H&M Paperbag waist pants P1690, SM Makati

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8. Pull & Bear Tailored fit jogger trousers, P1395, SM Megamall

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9. Neon Island Culottes, P2000, Mizandmoxie.com

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10. FMLR Suede wide leg trousers, P2000, Mizandmoxie.com

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