How To Look Stylish When Traveling During The Holiday Season

Hey curvy girls all over the world

Today we are dishing out our holiday travel tips on how to look stylish and put together. Travel season is approaching quickly. Between Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the New Year, everyone is gearing up for family getaways. Whether you’re traveling by plane, train, or bus, you should never sacrifice style.

Back in the day women would be dressed to the nines when traveling. Today, its a completely different story. Some people travel looking like they just rolled out of bed. I don’t mean that in a chic way, either. Of course when you travel, you want to be comfortable. However, you can combine style and comfort. Personally, I like to arrive to my destinations looking like I’m a celebrity. I want people to see me and go, who is that. LOL, don’t judge me.

Holiday Travel Tips

Today, I teamed up with Lane Bryant to share with you my must try tips on how to look stylish when traveling during the holiday season.


Travel In Style With Lane Bryant

What I’m Wearing: Christian Siriano Vest, Striped Top, Skinny Jeans, Ankle Boots

Tavel In Style Tip #1: Statement Making Outerwear

If you want to look stylish when traveling, I say go for statement making outerwear. A bold coat, jacket, or vest is really all you need for a smashing head turning look. I found this beautiful faux fur vest from the Christian Siriano collection from Lane Bryant.

The vest is currently on sale with code NOVGIFT

Travel In Style With Lane Bryant

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Travel In Style Tip #2: Wear Dark Bottoms

Next to eye catching outerwear, you should go for dark colors under your coat. I like to wear dark colors when traveling just in case I spill something on my clothes. Dark jeans or leggings are perfect choices for traveling and being comfortable. I scooped up a pair of dark skinny jeans from Lane Bryant.


Travel In Style Tip #3: Choose Layering Pieces Like Knits or Woven Tops

Knits or woven shirts are good options for wearing alone or to layer. Depending on the weather, a cozy sweater or turtleneck works wonders when traveling. Even light weight woven’s can be easy and comfortable to wear alone or layer.

For my travel look, I went with a striped long sleeve top and layered a turtleneck under it.


Travel In Style Tip #4: Chic Footwear

When I travel, I’m all for a pair of chic shoes. I like to wear heels but I know everyone doesn’t. During the fall winter season, I like to go with a cute pair of boots. Even if you don’t like heels, you can go with a pair of chic ballerina flats or knee high flat boots.

Checkout the fantastic boot options from Lane Bryant


Travel In Style Tip #5: Accessorize, Accessorize, Accessorize

Accessories are very important to creating a stylish look. If you have to wear just one accessory, I would say go for a pair of cool looking sunglasses.

For my travel look, I found these octagon shaped sunglasses from Lane Bryant. I also added a black studded wraparound watch, drop earrings, and a silver jewel encrusted ring.


So, those are my top 5 tips on how to travel in style. Share some of your tips in the comment section below.


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All photos by: Pristine Finesse

*This post was done in collaboration and sponsored by Lane Bryant. All opinions are my own.


  1. November 14, 2016 / 10:53 pm

    I love + love those ankle boots!! I need to purchase those ASAP!! This whole look seems comfortable, stylish, and affordable! It feels like a celebrity look that I can actually mimic!

  2. November 14, 2016 / 11:10 pm

    I forgot to mention my Traveling Tips as suggested…
    Be Comfy, Stay Comfy, & Exude Comfort! Nothing I hate more than being uncomfortable but traveling and being uncomfortable!! #DropsMyPearls and grinds my gears! LOL!!! No matter the season I’m traveling from and traveling to: I like to wear flats, mainly sneakers just in case I may need to run (or jog) to my gate; I like to wear a jacket or vest, something with pockets so I can easily access my license or money or boarding ticket (yep,I’m old school! Love my paper boarding tixs); and lastly a comfortable t-shirt or cotton long sleeve shirt- cotton is so breathable so during a flight you can remain fresh in smell and style- wrinkle free! 😉

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