3 Travel Outfits That Are as Comfortable as They Are Chic

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Whether you’re someone who lives for packing lists and pre-planning travel outfits, or you’re a last minute traveler who shoves half of her closet in a bag and jets out the door, we’ve got good news for you. Your travel—or even just everyday—wardrobe is about to get simpler and, simultaneously, more versatile.

Think it can’t be done? Meet ADAY.

We recently discovered this stylish brand that offers travel hacks of the best kind: lightweight clothing that’s waterproof, wrinkle releasing, mix-and-match worthy, and wears like a dream. Because we all know the struggle of finding pieces that keep us looking fresher than we feel, especially after a long-haul flight or cramped car ride. So we’ve teamed up with ADAY to create three perfect looks for your next trip, even if you don’t have one planned.

Outfit 1: Perfectly On-the-Go

Thank goodness athleisure is a thing, but even if it wasn’t, these track pants would still do the trick, keeping us comfortable and classy thanks to their slightly tapered cuffs, pilling-resistant fabric, and elevated rose gold zippers (which also come in handy to store your ID when in a rush).

Pair them with this silk-like tank, cut in a flattering high neck with a subtle back pleat and your new favorite jacket. We love this one because it’s sleek and practical, instantly finishing off an outfit with the added benefits of a cowl neck (for chilly red-eyes), helpful thumbholes, and hidden asymmetrical zipper. Top off the look with this functional mini-zip twill backpack.

Swap out sneakers for heels and you have two looks in one, floating from that early morning shuttle ride to post-check in happy hour without missing a beat.

Hit & Run Tank, $65
Hail Yes Trackpants, $95
Up In the Air Jacket, $125
Mini-Zip Backpack, $70

Outfit 2: The One-Piece Wonder

What style situation can’t a jumpsuit solve? Perfectly casual and pulled together, this jumpsuit works great for navigating whatever a day on-the-go sends your way. Made of breathable fabric with neatly rolled cuffs, we love that the added drawstring means you can wear it either slouchy or fitted, both of which finish great with the jacket we’re already packing.

Plus, this jumpsuit has pockets—always a win.

Sunday Morning Jumpsuit, $105
Up in the Air Jacket, $125
Carry-On Suitcase, $280
Sunglasses, $12

Outfit 3: Layer Like a Pro

And on the note of pockets, these leggings might be the only pair you ever need. With a side pocket sized just right for your phone (or passport), zippers for pesky bobby pins, and sporting Olympic-bonded seams, these are as functional as they are comfortable (and popular—they’ve aready sold out twice!).

Slip on this super breathable tee with just a touch of drape and top with this funnel neck sweatshirt; it’s mesh back keeps you cool and it’s slightly boxy, yet crisp, shape helps you look the part, too. Pair with some dainty flats (or slip on these with some simple sneakers) and no one will be able to tell if you’ve just come from yoga or landed via Copenhagen. Actually, you could have easily done both.

Made It T-Shirt, $65
Throw & Roll Leggings, $125
Like a Boss Sweatshirt, $95
Sunglasses, $95
Carry-On Suitcase, $225

Which travel outfit is your favorite?