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    What do you all wear on the plane?

    Does anyone care about dressing nicely or just for comfort?

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    Comfort





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    Comfort all the way. I tend to wear jeans or shorts, and a t-shirt. Comfortable shoes.

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    We dress smart casual and comfortable

    DH wears chinos, which are elasticated at the back, a short sleeved shirt and soft leather shoes. I normally wear a skirt, smart t shirt with cardi or an overshirt and sandals - much the same as we wear most of the time anyway

    You don't see many people over dressed on the flight even when you see the first class passengers

    I think you should just wear what you feel happy wearing, I wouldn't be happy or comfortable in shorts and a t-shirt and neither would DH, but others would be









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    Jeans, to me, are too uncomfortable on a plane. And I don't dress up if I happen to be flying UC/First Class.





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    I wear stretchy leggings/jogging bottom type trousers with a loose vest top and a lovely comfy cosy fleecy jacket! I get a really bad bloated stomach on planes even when i take tablets so i like my clothes to be baggy and cosy, it makes me feel a bit better! What a lovely picture ive painted of myself!



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    its what to wear on my feet that is my problem i love to wear fit flops but then i cant wear my flight socks lol, so i had trainers on last time and i didnt like the fact that i just could slip them on and off easily




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    You can buy backless trainers, just slip them on and off like slippers



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    I go for comfort short sleeved shirt rather than t shirt and trainers with velcro fasteners. I have seen people with the suit and tie





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    Quote Originally Posted by Kate, post: 254950
    You can buy backless trainers, just slip them on and off like slippers
    what a good idea thankyou kate




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