Dressing for Short or Domestic Flights\nFor short flights that are either interstate or domestic, you’ll want to stick with an outfit that is both stylish and comfortable. As most domestic flights are usually under five hours, you can opt for style over comfort in most cases.\n \n\n \nTops\nFor short flights, you can stick to the basics; a basic t-shirt or a polo shirt paired with a pair of long pants. During the flight it can get quite cold due to the air conditioning, so make sure to bring a cardigan or crew neck jumper to layer over the top. Stick to cotton-blend tops, as these will help your body breathe and means you won’t feel too hot or uncomfortable during the flight.\nPants\nFor most flights, it’s best to dress in long pants. Jeans or chinos work well, as they provide a stylish edge without being too stiff when sitting for long periods. If the weather is particularly warm, you can opt for tailored shorts, however, most flights can become quite cool, so it’s best to stick with long pants.\nShoes\nFor short flights, stick to stylish sneakers or boots. You want your feet to stay as comfortable as possible, so wearing sneakers is an easy win for stylish comfort. Avoid open toe shoes if possible, to maintain a stylish appeal.\n \nDressing for Long Haul or International Flights\n \n\n \nFor flights that are five hours or longer or international flights with layovers, you’ll want to make sure that comfort is your main priority. Sitting for extremely long periods can become very taxing on the body, so wearing clothing with lots of stretch and a loose fit is a must.\nTops\nSimilar to short flights, opt for a basic t-shirt or polo shirt for comfort. A comfy knit sweater is also a good option, as it can work as both a stylish top and a way to stay comfortable and warm, particularly in cooler temperatures.\nPants\nOpt for pants with lots of stretch. Our selection of casual pants is great for maintaining a smart casual look while staying super comfortable. If you want to keep to a casual look, opt for our stretch jeans in a dark wash, which will keep you feeling unrestricted and comfortable. Avoid shorts for long haul flights, as it can become impractical when trying to rest.\nShoes\nSneakers or runners are a must for long haul flights. Your feet and ankles can become swollen due to air pressure, so it’s best to stick to shoes with lots of sponge and room. Like short flights, avoid open-toe shoes, as they can become smelly quickly thanks to the air pressure in the plane and cause others around you discomfort. \n \nDressing for Business Class Flights\n \n\nFor business class flights, there is a little more style that is required for your plane outfit, especially if travelling for work.\nTops\nA long-sleeve button-down is a great option for business class flights and provides a very fashionable and business-like appeal to your outfit. Avoid casual shirts like t-shirts, unless layering with a blazer for a smart-casual look.\nPants\nFor bottoms, stick with either chinos or business pants for an easy, classy look. If going on a long-haul business class flight, dark wash chinos or casual pants will help disguise the casual look so you can remain comfortable for longer. Avoid wearing shorts at all – they are not appropriate for business class flights.\nShoes\nFor short trips, make sure to wear either leather boots or loafers to maintain a sense of professionalism. For long haul trips, opt for just loafers or dark-coloured sneakers. Open-toed shoes should not be worn on business class flights.\n \nDressing for Holiday Flights\n \n\n \nFor destination flights to the coast or holiday flights, it’s okay to dress a little more casual. If the weather will be warmer, you can opt for items of clothing that are lighter and shorter.\nTops\nStick to a basic t-shirt, made with a cotton blend to stay cool and comfortable. You may not need a cardigan depending upon the time of year, but you can still bring a light cardigan in your carry-on just in case.\nPants\nFor holiday flights, you can always stick to long pants, like jeans or chinos, but tailored shorts can also be worn. Our Modern Club Short are a great option to wear on holiday flights as their structured design and longer length means your outfit will stay on the stylish side. Avoid wearing board shorts or football shorts, as these are very casual and usually much shorter in length.\nShoes\nEven though you are travelling to a holiday destination, stick with enclosed shoes, like boat shoes or sneakers, that will still keep your outfit looking stylish, as well as the people around you from feeling comfortable. \n \nTips for Dressing for Flights\n \n\n Minimise Accessories\n\nWhen travelling, the last thing you want to have to deal with is lots of accessories. It can get uncomfortable quickly if you have to deal with multiple accessories, so sticking to just one or two is best. For example, a watch and a tie for business class flights, or economy, just a watch or a nice belt for shorter flights will help you stay stylish without overdoing it.\n\n Focus on layers\n\nLayering clothing is a great way to stay warm and comfortable during long haul flights. Layering a cardigan or jumper for economy and a blazer or sports jacket for business will mean you can remain stylish without overheating or being uncomfortable due to cool temperatures. Extra layers can also be used as a makeshift cushion or pillow for flights that go through the night.\n\n Bring a Large Carry-On Bag\n\nIf you can, it is a good idea to bring a big carry-on. This allows you to pack extra clothing, important for flights with a layover, as well as pack essentials like portable chargers, layers, snacks, shoes for comfort, etc. If you have a long-haul business class flight, bringing your suit in a garment bag will keep it wrinkle-free and fresh for when you get to your destination.\n \nShop our selection of menswear and accessories to make your next flight as comfortable and stylish as possible from GAZMAN.