opportunity to start with the do’s and don’t of the airport.
I prefer to travel comfortably chic. I’m not sure if that is an actually fashion category, but if it isn’t, it should be! I have a few Do’s and Don’ts for the airport (mainly for the checkpoint) Take note for your next thrifting experience!
Being prepared for the checkpoint
Don’t. . .
Wear tons of jewelry (for the female thrifters). Going through the security checkpoint is a hassle as is. You have to remove shoes and belts and your whole wardrobe basically.
Accessorizes with simple pieces that are easy to remove and put back on. It makes for a shorter visit at the security checkpoint station. Also, by doing this, you avoid being the person that holds up the line. No one likes that person lol.
Wear shoes that are comfortable and easy to take off and put back on. As females, we have so many styles shoes and some can get a little tricky. My advice: flip-flops, sandals, tennis shoes, or simple pumps are perfect because they are slide out and slide in. Quick and Easy
Pack a light jacket or cardigan (preferably one that matches your assamble) . It doesn’t matter how hot it is outside, airports are typically colder. Also, your flight may be cold. I have found that most airlines do not provide economy class with blankets. This is were your jacket/cardigan comes in handy. So you’re cold? Whip that puppy out!