Here’s the star guide to trav­el­ling in style

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle - Ab­hi­nav Verma ab­hi­nav.verma@hin­dus­tan­

Bol­ly­wood celebs have mas­tered the art of look­ing good, even when they are trav­el­ling. So we’ve de­coded the celeb air­port look for you. Here are 5 tips that will help you slay the travel style.


Opt for car­gos, chi­nos or a pair of dry denim jeans as they are comfy. Pants and reg­u­lar jeans can get crin­kled. You may have to iron them, and they take time to dry af­ter wash­ing. So they are not the ideal choice to opt for while trav­el­ling. Take a look at Shahid Kapoor, who looks dap­per in a pair of ripped black jeans. Don’t miss John Abra­ham, who looks cool and ca­sual in chi­nos.


Yes, com­fort is top pri­or­ity while opt­ing for footwear while trav­el­ling. But that doesn’t stop you from go­ing for stylish footwear. For guys sneak­ers, will do just fine. We sug­gest darker colours as they are easy to main­tain. For girls, avoid flats and heels, es­pe­cially if you plan to go on walk­ing tours. Heels will be highly un­com­fort­able, and flats are not durable and take time to clean. A pair of white sneak­ers, or boots will work. Take some in­spo from Kan­gana’s sleek black boots.


The trick to look good when you’re out ex­plor­ing the world, is to layer smartly. Take some cues from co­me­dian Vir Das, as he lay­ers per­fectly with a plain white T-shirt and a light mauve coat. He fin­ishes the look by sport­ing a clas­sic her­ring­bone cap. Ladies can layer up with a Pash­mina shawl. It’s light, and can dou­ble as a blan­ket on the plane.


For ra­di­ant, glow­ing skin, moisturise and drink wa­ter. This is the se­cret to look­ing good, even when you are jet-lagged.


Want to hide those puffy tired eyes? Well, avi­a­tors can come to your res­cue. If you’re hav­ing a bad hair day, a fe­dora will do the trick. A scarf on the other hand is sub­tle, but charm­ing.

You can layer smartly like Vir Das, with a white tee and a mauve coat. Don’t for­get the her­ring­bone cap


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