Just like your feet, your legs may swell during the flight. Tight pants, besides being uncomfortable, can affect blood flow. The tip is to wear loose pants. An accessory, such as a scarf, adds personality to the ensemble.
On longer trips, your feet may swell. Tight shoes and high heels will be a torment if the traveler has to walk down long corridors to catch a connecting flight, and in a short period of time. Opt for sneakers or flat shoes, preferably in a bigger size than yours.
Accessories help to create a look and are welcome, as long as they’re sober items. Save the statement pieces for your arrival. During the flight, more is less.
When traveling, the temperatures may vary widely, from the boarding area to the reduced temperature on the plane. We suggest you choose a look with layers: a T-shirt or sleeveless blouse, light knit and jacket. If you don’t need to wear socks with your shoes, Maria Prata recommends bringing a pair in your carry-on luggage, in case you get cold and to walk down the aircraft’s aisle.
People who travel with a small bag may have to carry such items as a jacket or the duty free shopping bag. Between connections, during trips to the restroom or taxi rides, you might lose some objects. It’s best to take a small suitcase, where items can be safely and comfortably stored.
Going through the metal detector at the airport security area several times can be embarrassing and annoying. The advice is to not wear belts or clothing with metallic details.
Natural fabrics that allow the passage of air, like cotton and linen, are comfortable and hygienic. Meanwhile, some synthetic fabrics trap sweat and make people feel dirty more quickly. In order to avoid wrinkled clothes, opt for a knit.