The Under-$100 Topshop Items You Should Wear to the Airport – M & S
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The Under-$100 Topshop Items You Should Wear to the Airport

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No, Bella Hadid is not wearing Topshop in the above photo, but she's one of our airport style muses, so here we are. While she might wear head-to-toe designer, that doesn't mean you can't get her look for much less. Affordable travel clothing for women has never been more attainable thanks to the pleasantly wide under-$100 selection available at Topshop.

Ahead we shopped out the affordable travel clothing Topshop is currently selling, according to the categories we think matter most. Since we cover airport style quite a bit here at Who What Wear, I think it's safe to say we know what we're talking about when it comes to the best (and worst) pieces to wear to the airport, and the below is no different. Safe travels!

Make like Bella Hadid and embrace the comfort a pair of sweatpants can bring you while on a lengthy flight. Topshop is a great destination for sweatpant shopping as it also sells brands like Adidas, Ivy Park, and Fila should you want a few more options outside the Topshop brand's offerings.

Available in sizes 6 to 10. 
Available in size 8.
Available in sizes XS to S. 
Available in sizes 0 to 14. 
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Available in sizes 0 to 14. 
Available in sizes 0 to 14. 
Available in sizes 0 to 14. 
Available in sizes XXS to XL. 
Available in sizes 0 to 14. 
Available in sizes 0 to 14. 
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Available in sizes 24 to 36. 
Available in sizes 24 to 36.
Available in sizes 24 to 36. 
Available in sizes 0 to 14. 
Available in sizes XS to L.
Available in sizes 0 to 14. 

Next up, find out what this editor always flys in.

One of my personal "can't live without" travel items is an oversize denim jacket. They are the best outerwear option for throwing on over leggings and a T-shirt because they make you feel less like you just rolled out of bed and more like you are wearing a complete outfit.

Leggings—a no-brainer when it comes to travel attire. The whole "are leggings pants?" debate aside, we highly recommend traveling in this athleisure staple. 

If denim jackets are a little too starchy for your airplane taste, opt for an oversize cardigan sweater instead. Wear it when the cabin gets a little chilly or bundle it up and use it as a pillow. This versatile sweater is a one-hit wonder in the world of the best travel clothing for women.

Once I made the mistake of wearing my skin-tight high-rise jeans on a flight. Let me tell you—never again. That's not to say you should avoid denim on an airplane altogether, just make sure the fit is on the more relaxed side. I recommend a wide-leg style for maximum comfort.

Inevitably, you're going to have to take your shoes off at some point at the airport. Instead of being embarrassed by torn up or mismatched socks, check out all the fun pairs available at Topshop right now and wear those instead.

There's no mystery reason behind this one. As you probably already know, simple tees are the best to travel in, as they don't trap in heat, aren't too tight, and go with all those leggings, wide-leg jeans, and sweatpants you're about to pair with them after reading this story.

In a rush or not, unlacing and relacing your shoes are annoying. Save yourself the trouble and wear shoes you can take on and off with ease.



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