The Items Lucy Williams Would Never Wear to the Airport, and Everything She Does


I always prefer wearing trainers and socks over sandals or slip-ons, even if I’m heading somewhere hot. I hate it if you have to take them off and suddenly you are bare foot in an airport,” says Williams, and I couldn’t agree more. Been there, done that, got the dirty feet to prove it.

3. Avoid Silks, and High-Waisted Cuts

“I always think silk looks so chic but it’s just not cosy enough for me on planes. Also anything too tight-fitting or high-waisted is just uncomfortable to sit in.” Instead, you’ll often see Williams sporting silhouettes such as drawstring-waist pajama style trousers, looser-fit jeans and dungarees or her aforementioned trackies. 

“If I’m going somewhere hot or tropical for holiday, I’ll wear some kind of cotton canvas wide leg or pyjama style trousers, a white tee and a big oversized denim jacket (I love my brown one from Raey right now) with a cashmere jumper or cardigan on hand for the plane (why are planes always SO cold?). Layers are super useful when travelling so I’ll often start with a tank, then have a long sleeve tee (Skims are the best) and then have a cardigan or hoodie and a jacket to take on and off depending on what I need,” says Williams.

“If I’m changing climates and going from cold to hot, I’ll take some kind of striped or plain white collared shirt in my hand luggage and will swap my sweater for that before we land over a plain white tank.”

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