How to be comfortable and professional while traveling? It's really not that difficult. And it doesn't require heels or a skirt.
From top to bottom:
Button up - Always an easy way to look put together and still be comfortable. I had a little fun and wore a Gant top that has tiny red cars on it. I work for a classic car insurance company. I couldn’t help myself.
Blazer - Classic, flattering and versatile. I recommend investing in a nice black one.. This Trina Turk piece isn't on the website anymore, but I'm loving this one too.
Pants - The front of these leggings are suede with stretchy cotton in back. Athleta just thinks of everything.
Shoes - Sneakers are your best friend when you know you don’t have a long layover and may be racing through the airport to catch a flight. I keep a pair of ballet flats in my carry-on to slip on if I need to be somewhere when I land.
I tried out my vintage Chanel phone-purse on this trip. It was life changing. My phone, ID and credit card were easily accessible all day. No need to fish for my wallet in my Mary Poppin's purse during the airport security stops and short detours for mints. Super convenient, dressed up my outfit and added a splash of color.
So leave the sweatpants at home and dress for success while traveling comfortably. Buckle up and enjoy the flight.