- 1 Paradigm Vegan Leather Bucket Bag
- 2 Levi’s 505c Straight Leg Jeans-Joey
- 3 Aritizia Neelamn Coat
- 4 Everlane Chunky Wool Scarf
- 5 Mango Leather Biker Jacket
- 6 Everlane The Modern Loafer
- 7 Velvet Underground T-Shirt
- 8 H&M Ankle Boots
- 9 Mango Stripe Pattern Sweater
- 10 Raen Figurative Sunglasses
- 11 Aritzia Anson Hat
- 12 H&M Oversized Hooded Sweatshirt
- 13 Aritzia Community Ion Pant
- 14 Herschel Supply Co. Carry-On Suitcase
Celebrity Travel Style You Can Actually Afford
Make no mistake: celebrity airport style is still wildly unaffordable (no matter how relatable it might be). But that doesn't mean it's impossible to recreate A-list ensembles on a budget. As proof, we've selected 14 looks that'll give you that effortless en-route style without setting you back hundreds. Bon voyage!
Paradigm Vegan Leather Bucket Bag
An It bag without the over-inflated price tag.
Levi’s 505c Straight Leg Jeans-Joey
A distressed classic with an of-the-moment feel.
Everlane Chunky Wool Scarf
This versatile scarf is surprisingly lightweight given its chunky Merino wool construction.
Mango Leather Biker Jacket
A leather biker jacket adds edge to any pared-down travel look.
Velvet Underground T-Shirt
Pair a vintage band tee with a pair of jeans and scuffed up high-tops for a quintessentially cool airport getup.
H&M Ankle Boots
We love the streamlined shape and just-high-enough heel on these $49.99 ankle boots.
Mango Stripe Pattern Sweater
A super soft sweater that can be worn by itself or dressed up with a high-collared Victorian blouse.
Aritzia Anson Hat
After a long flight, hide unpolished plane hair under a camo baseball hat.
H&M Oversized Hooded Sweatshirt
Gigi Hadid, Rihanna and Selena Gomez are among the famous fans of the oversized hoodie.
Herschel Supply Co. Carry-On Suitcase
Nothing ruins a perfect good outfit like a schleppy, time-worn suitcase. Update your wares with this shiny, all-white wheeler from Herschel Supply Co.
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