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    When flying.. or driving long distances

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    Do you dress for comfort, or dress normally??? We're travelling over the holidays this year and I'm considering just going the "comfort" route..

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    definately comfort. i could care less what people think of me!
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    I'm particular... even my "comfort" stuff has to look presentable.. so I'm browsing, and eyeing a couple velour sets... I have a couple that I really love.

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    As a frequent traveler I go for COMFORT : )

    If there is some reason you need to be dressed up upon arrival ~ that's easily fixed with changing when you land ~ but before you get out of the security area. {Airports} ~ or if driving stop some where.

    ESPECIALLY during high travel times ie holidays I woul make sure I was comfortable and had at least a change of clothes in my carry one. In the event of unexpected layovers or lost luggage you'll be prepared.
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    comfort definitely
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    LOL depends... I would totally dress up to see my DH after a separation... and once I was on the plain for several hours wearing a cute day dress I'd just feel totally crazy for also wearing heals

    Usually when I travel I'm going to be greeted by family for the 1st time in months so I like to try and look decent hahah

    I get so excited about making everything special that I forget about he comfort factor
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    Comfort all the way.

    On the way here I wore stretchy cotton capris and a comfy cotton t-shirt with sandals. If it is colder then I wear heavier pants and sweat shirt with tennis shoes.
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    I dress comfort. I always travel with Reese so comfort is a must.
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    comfortable
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    Fashionably comfortable.
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