PrettyLittleThing launch ‘comfy’ airport outfit collection to combat stress amid travel chaos


Whether you’re plotting an escape to a secluded island or ready to take a long-awaited European holiday, airport outfits are just as important as the looks packed away inside your luggage, according to one Manchester retailer.

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 comfy fit to take the edge off the airport bye

It follows the travel chaos at airports up and down the country, in particular at Manchester Airport, with long wait times, queues and delays currently affecting travellers. What you’re wearing may not be the first thing on your mind if you’re encountering issues before you jet off but there’s no reason why your outfit shouldn’t be thought through, especially if it’s going to bring some comfort to a particular stressful day, says the retailer.

So what are the biggest airport outfit trends of this year and where can you shop them on a budget? PrettyLittleThing has just released an airport outfit collection that will keep shoppers on trend this holiday season without sacrificing comfort in the process.

Thanks to the athleisure trend, which rakes in an incredible 74,000 monthly searches on Google, sporty separates, joggers, co-ords and trainers have never been cooler and their practicality makes them the ultimate traveler fit for 2022.

From zip up hoodies and cardigans to speed up security, to comfy co-ords and cute 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.

Shoppers can take full advantage of the laidback trend and find their comfort amid the airport chaos. Take a look below at some of our picks of this year’s hottest airport outfit trends from their new collection.

jumpsuits



PLT jumpsuit

Make styling simple in this seriously comfy jumpsuit (pictured above). Featuring a cream hue sweat material with short sleeves and a drawstring waist design, what’s not to love? Just add slides and a bag for a chilled off-duty fit. It currently costs £23, reduced from £25.

Sporty co-ords

PLT offer a range of sporty co-ords for you to relax in while at the airport. They currently have a recycled slogan sweat shorts set with matching hoodie on their site. The hoodie is priced at £28 and the shorts are £18. The set comes in a stone, bright blue, charcoal or bright orange colour.

footwear

For quick and easy removal through security, PLT also has a range of footwear to suit the ease of travel. These cream, faux fur buckle detail mules are currently 26% off at £18.50, instead of £25. There’s also a range of sliders in the collection too.

Chic knit co-ords



There's a range of knitwear co-ords on offer
There’s a range of knitwear co-ords on offer

There’s various co-ords of knitwear too in the collection, for that ready to vacay look as you step off the plane. The above set (pictured) features a black knit material with a relaxed fit. The trousers come in at £20 while the cropped cardigan costs £15.

oversized shirts



Oversized checked shirt from PLT
Oversized checked shirt from PLT

An oversized shirt is the perfect layering staple to adjust to the holiday weather. This oversized checked shirt in white has been reduced to £21 instead of £25, get it here and is a must-have for those off-duty days. Featuring a white material with a checked design and an oversized fit, you can style with bottoms and box-fresh kicks to complete the look.

tote bags

There are a range of handy tote bags for all your traveling bits and bobs too. This Navy Be You tote bag is just £9. See more of their collection here.

PrettyLittleThing is a UK-based fashion retailer, aimed at 16-35-year-old women. The company operates in the UK, Ireland, Australia, US, France, Middle East, and North Africa. The brand’s main headquarters are in Manchester, with offices in London, Paris, and Los Angeles.




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