Most activities in life come complete with their own uniform.
You go to work – you dress business casual, or maybe a Hawaiian shirt and jeans today.
You go to the gym – you put on a pair of shorts and a t-shirt. To bed – a birthday suit?
And when you fly … what is your flight uniform? These travelers share theirs:
1) for cooler weather, black knitted cashmere blend yoga pants with a matching knitted hoodie….
2) for warmer weather, I have a knit jersey maxi dress with short sleeves. ~Wry_Martini
On the top I usually wear a tank top under a long sleeved t-shirt and then top it off with a blazer or jacket. This keeps me warm, but gives me the flexibility to strip off layers when I arrive at tropical locales. On the bottom I wear jeans or nice black pants with knee socks and slip on sandals for the TSA. (I don’t like being barefoot in the security line and my feet get cold on the plane.) I always pack a pair of shorts in my carryon so I can quickly be in a tank top, shorts, and sandals when I get to my beachy destination. ~Sunnydee
A hoodie so I don’t have to touch my head to dirty headrest ~joe moving
I always wear a very baggy 3-piece sequined suit with chrome-spiked suspenders/belt and steel tip boots. Oh and a pistol holster and a two handed sword scabbard. ~otterprods
You’re joking, right otterprods? Please, tell me you’re joking.
That is just a small sampling of the great replies, and great ideas shared by fellow travelers in this thread.
Read the thread in its entirety: Do you have a “uniform” you wear while flying?
And if you are reading this post right now, at your office … ummmmmm…