10 Things Not to Wear on a Plane

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Figuring out what to wear for your next beach vacation? First, you should think about your travel outfit! And…even if it feels fun to dress up a little for your flying day, don’t do it! Comfortable means happy, so keep the fashion in your suitcase.

Some outfits are just not meant for traveling, at least not when it comes to planes. Don’t exaggerate with your travel outfit for the sake of fashion…

With that in mind, read on to find out the things you should never wear on an airplane. 

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16 thoughts on “10 Things Not to Wear on a Plane”

  1. David R Johnson

    Please do not wear shorts on an aircraft because if you have to go down the slide you will be hurt by the end of the slide. I never wear shorts and change when I get to my destination.

  2. you forgot the most important especially given covid-19 – short shirt shirts/ blouses or open arm dresses and for women, low cut v-neck blouses or no bras.

  3. Admittedly most of these items seem geared towards females, however, although obvious, good lost. After all; after being warned repeatedly not to drive through standing g water, idiots die attempting to do it each year.
    Safe travels.

  4. Erl J (Maui Boy)

    Whew…
    I’m glad wearing a photo vest isn’t one of them… it has many pockets for candy bars, granola bars, ear plugs, chewing gum, phone, notebook, a small paperback book selected just for this trip, passport, and bigger pockets for water bottles (purchased once inside the airfield security), and a smaller magazine or two in the biggest pocket down the back… all handy to get to without having to leave my seat…
    It might be an option even IF you never take a single picture of anything on the trip… LOL
    * * *

    Until that time. . .

  5. If you’re a heavy smoker, please leave your usual smoke-encrusted jacket at home. It stinks and many of us are allergic to smoke.

  6. In regards to the last one, regular passengers are permitted to wear leggings. Pass riders are normally employees and they do have a dress code that they must follow, so I can see them being denied boarding. Plus, it makes sense to carry a full outfit in your carryon, just in case of cancelled flights that require you to spend the night at your originating airport. For myself, I wear a suit for my job and I travel very often (2 or 3 times per month) and I always fly in khaki, or camouflage shorts, a T-shirt and sneakers. I have learned over the years to dress in comfort. I also fly first class most of the time and have never been given any flak for flying like that. In the older days of flying, people who flew in FC, had somewhat of a dress code. But flying is not the same since then.

    1. You make some good points.
      Whether First class or Economy….. there aren’t dress codes per say, but one can still look pulled together, and be comfortable.
      You’re right- flying is not the same as it once was.
      Airports now resemble bus stations in terms of what people deem appropriate for travel.

  7. I would also add choose shoes that dont have steel toes or metal. Especially if you have TSA precheck. Slip on and off shoes work great and you dont waste time at security. Pull off your belts before you get to the security check as you will be able to fly through quicker and not hold up others behind you.

  8. FYI … Do not wear polyester ,if there is a fire on the plane it will burn very fast. Wear cotton clothing. You need to let passengers know this is very important also you can call before flight and find out if there is a dangerous chemical being ship in cargo. That is your Right.
    Your welcome

  9. James Austin Maloy

    I agree with above bowel movement and one not whipping/washing themselves adequately before entering or seating in the plane. Even when leaving there seat the smell lingers and remains on the seat.

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