Bulky coats are the enemy when it comes to travel. Save yourself from stuffing your coat into an overhead compartment by wearing a nylon coat that folds up to fit in small spaces.
2. Unstructured Blazer
A blazer is one of those must bring items for any stylish man but blazers are often hard to pack. An unstructured blazer that doesn't wrinkle is a great alternative to a constructed, traditional blazer. It’s less restrictive and more versatile.
3. Light Button-Down Shirt
A cotton button down shirt is business-appropriate, yet comfortable and airy for long flights.
4. Soft Jeans
Wear your old reliables that are so worn, they’re virtually non-existent or go for the more sophisticated look of Cashmere jeans. They are more forgiving than regular denim when you have to sit for hours.
We call them all-purpose sneakers; the lightweight, adaptable kind that matches a professional outfit but that you can workout in later.
Wear breathable socks in a pattern that still looks fashionable. Breathable is the key word here.
Men’s Outfit Travel Tip: You don’t have to sacrifice style for comfort.