PrettyLittleThing are known for being the first to jump on the hottest trends when it comes to fashion, whether that’s the latest festival look for summer, chic attire for a date night, or comfortable looks to suit any situation or mood.
I got to try their newest Airport Collection which aims to keep shoppers on trend this holiday season without sacrificing comfort in the process. PrettyLittleThing ( PLT ), who’s headquarters are based in Manchester, are reporting that searches for ‘airport outfits’ have increased by a staggering 354% over the past few weeks as people are particularly interested in finding that comfortable fit to take the edge off the airport bye
From zip up hoodies and cardigans to speed up security, to co-ords and jumpsuits, PrettyLittleThing say their collection and its athleisure vibe has got you covered for all airport areas. Not forgetting all-important accessories like carry-on bags, chunky trainers and baseball caps. And I got to try some of them and one thing stood out – the comfort level on all of the items.
This oversized shirt is the perfect layering staple to adjust to the holiday weather. It was super comfy and I opted for a slightly smaller size too, with it being an oversized style. I wore over it leggings and also paired it with these chunky white trainers which are priced at £24, and are also kind on the soles of the feet, great if you need to run for that plane!
I added on the black mini double handle cross-body backpack too, which costs £16 and it’s such a handy bag. It’s small but fits all my essentials (purse, phone, keys) so I don’t have to go routing round in a flap to find something quickly. A handy item for wanting to get your passport out quickly at the airport.
They are also very breathable too so would be good to wear on the flights and when you get off in that sunny destination.
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Buy the shirt and trainers here and here. Max cost – £46.
This sport co-ord set feels really relaxed and soft against my skin.
Again I opted for a smaller size in the hoodie due to it being oversized. I loved the color too. I was a little worried the stone tone would wash out my skin but it didn’t. It’s a great combination of wanting to stay warm on top but wanting a bit of air to your legs with the shorts as your mooching around the airport.
The set cost a total of £41 but the set is currently on sale on the PLT website.
This strappy gray set was also comfortable too which I was very surprised about because usually I struggle to find bralets in a big enough size that support at the same time. This set did just that and I didn’t feel too revealing in the shorts either.
If I was wearing this for the airport I would probably wear the oversized shirt with it to give me that extra bit for protection from the possible chills of the English weather! The shorts cost £13 and the bralet is £8.
George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.