The Chic Traveler

The Chic Worker

Fashion and comfort rarely go hand in hand. But when I am travelling, comfort becomes the biggest driving factor. Sure, jeans paired with eye-catching T-shirts and shoes is the most conventional way of travelling but my conventions have always been a bit unconventional.

The Chic Traveller

As you probably already know I rarely shy away from experimenting. So, I opted for these super-comfortable pajama-style trousers as opposed to jeans. In any case, how “experimental” can one get in one of the fashion capitals of the world?

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I love a good underdog story; even when it comes to clothes and this trouser perfectly fits the bill. It is comfortable yet with oodles of attitude. I’ve paired it with a simple vest, a hat and gladiator sandals. I’ve tied a Chambray shirt around my waist giving my seal of approval to the 90’s grunge style which is making a strong comeback (plus Europe’s weather is unpredictable and its best to carry some sort of layer always).

The Chic Traveler

Trousers and hat: H&M, Vest: BHS, Shirt: Next, Bag: Gap, Gladiator Sandals: Random Shop, Shades: Oscar De La Renta

So who says comfortable has to be boring? With wee bit of imagination you can make even “comfortable” fashionable and ensure that you never have to travel in discomfort.

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