7 Celebrity Approved Airport Looks We Love

You can always count on your favourite celebrity for some outfit inspiration. No matter where you’re going, their wardrobe serves as a constant reference point for outfits you can put together from your own collection of clothes. Of course this also includes what you can wear while travelling.

The “celebrity airport look” has become a sort of thing to look out for and celebs don’t take it lightly. Stylists are brought in to carefully put together an outfit, both on trend and comfortable enough to wear on flights.

Well, if you’re looking to get some ideas, here are a few of our favourite looks recently:

1. Deepika Padukone

In a pair of joggers, sneakers and a longline waistcoat to make it a bit formal, Deepika’s look is on top of our list.

Keeping it causal ???? @deepikapadukone #Repost @graziaindia ・・・ @deepikapadukone keeps it simple #GraziaLoves

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2. Kriti Sanon

A light jacket on flights is definitely a must-have. Kriti’s printed one ticks all the right boxes.

3. Kangana Ranaut

Skinny jeans are a wardrobe staple. Wear them to the airport with a pastel trench à la Kangana Ranaut.

4. Sonam Kapoor

She always gets it right and in her avocado dress and blazer, she gets ‘first class’ dressing spot on.

5. Anushka Sharma

Keep it simple like Anushka and throw on your favourite sweatshirt over tights. Carry a backpack and you’re good to go!

@anushkasharma wearing Outfit: @adidasoriginals . . . #bollywood #celebrity #anushkasharma #adidas #airportspotting #tfr #tfrapproves

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6. Shraddha Kapoor

Ideally you should pick dark colours to wear on flight. Shraddha Kapoor’s khaki jacket is perfect!

7. Kareena Kapoor Khan

A statement tee, distressed jeans and oversized sunglasses are airport staples and Kareena Kapoor Khan does it only too well.

You don’t have to run around finding the perfect airport look, at StyleCracker we can curate it for you. Find out more about the StyleCracker Boxes here.