We all know there are more than a few items that we wish we could *permanently* snatch from our boyfriends’, brothers’ or male roommates’ wardrobes: perfectly-slouchy, ripped jeans, loose-fitting white tees and what always seem to be the warmest sweaters ever created. Thanks to their high comfy factor, they also make for ideal travel getups, because who wants to be confined to skinny jeans or a blazer on an airplane anyway? Celebs have taken note of this trend, too — most recently, Amanda Seyfried, who stepped out in the coziest looking, borrowed-from-the-boys get-up we’re absolutely stealing for our Thanksgiving travels.


The Ted 2 actress was snapped at the Narita International Airport in Japan rocking an oversized button-up shirt that looks as warm as a Snuggie and loose enough to basically be a jacket — the sartorial equivalent of #wokeuplikethis hair and makeup. While the actress kept it super casual from head to toe, her pairing of the slouchy piece with tight black leggings and lace-up boots balanced the look, while her structured bag and still-bouncy second day hair added just the touch of out-the-door polish she needed. Plus, keeping the ensemble in a black and white color palette was a smart style hack — it will always add a touch of class to the look, even if your top is super baggy.


Another key to killing it in the travel fashion department is *layering,* which Amanda has down pat with this look, too. While her cardigan-like top does look super thick and warm, like she can brave the notoriously cold airport air conditioning, she can simply unbutton it or shed it to cool off with a cami or tee underneath when the sun starts beaming down on her in a window seat. Smartly follow suit for your next jet-set, or even take it one step further: Layer it on top of a crop top and keep your fave lipstick shade in your carry on and lose the layer to reveal an effortlessly chic outfit that works well from the airport to a hot date with the boyfriend you stole the jacket from ;)

What is your go-to travel outfit? What do you keep in mind when dressing for a day of travel? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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