We can always count on these local celebrities to serve as our instant style pegs when it comes to double-tap worthy travel #OOTDs. But even before reaching their final destination, they already manage to score an A+ in our books. Their first fashionable stop? The airport!

Erich GonzalesErich Gonzales likes to keep it comfy! Her style equation includes ripped jeans, plain tee, sneakers, oversized cardigan and her black Givenchy Nightingale bag.

Anne CurtisFlying from Paris to Manila, Anne Curtis looked tres chic in her little black dress worn over white shirt and black tights. She completed the look with a pair of boots, Celine Nano Luggage and American Tourister trolley bag.

Kim ChiuFor this chinita princess, comfort is key. She opted for a black fitting top, blue jeans, sneakers, and a Louis Vuitton Cristopher PM monogram backpack.

Bea AlonzoDonning a parka and a pair of combat boots, Bea Alonzo geared up for a cold December in Taiwan last year.

Kathryn BernardoIn her blog, the Teen Queen shared not only her love for traveling but also her no-fail combo when she's off to the airport—well-fitted jeans, basic tank top and a jacket to keep her warm and cozy.

Julia BarrettoJulia Barretto keeps it casual at the airport, sporting plain white tank top, black trousers, mirrored sunnies, and cute flats.

Saab Magalona

Even Saab Magalona likes it comfy, too, but still with a bit of an edge. Her style equation: jeans + parka coat + combat boots.

This story orginially appeared on Stylebible.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

PHOTOS: Instagram @erichgg, @annecurtissmith, @chinitaprincess. @beaalonzo @juliabarretto, @saabmagalona; kathbernardo.com

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