The Comfiest Things You Can Wear on Long-Haul Flights

A 22-hour flight can be miserable enough without having to change in and out of clothes. But it’s hard to nail that perfect balance between chic (pick me for first class, please) and comfortable (all stretchy waistbands, no negotiations).

A long-haul flight wardrobe needs to be relaxed and warm — you should to be prepared for chilly journeys when a jacket just doesn’t cut it. Skinny jeans, leather and unforgiving fabrics are best avoided. Layering is your best ally when it comes to flight clothing, and it’s also the easiest way to instantly turn up the glam.

Here’s a look at some of the most convenient travel-friendly numbers.

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