We tried the airport styles from Boux Avenue, perfect for traveling in comfort

When we travel, the first thing we agreed at the Reviews Club is to plan our airport attire. It should be comfortable without being purely and simply pajamas and it should also cope with variable weather conditions.

It can get pretty chilly in the air, but when you get to a sunny spot, you don’t want to be bundled up under a pile of sweaters. Avenue Boux have more than just sexy lingerie on their shelves, as they actually have a wide range of loungewear for your travels.

Reviews Writer Jada Jones shows us the airport styles she picked from the new range.

The Chenille range is a range that I did not know, but once I tried it, I wanted to give it my all. It comes in several colors, including this cream shade that I fell in love with.

The material is soft and comfortable, and it keeps you warm without breaking a sweat, which I think is perfect for flying. I really like the vest which looks a lot like a dressing gown while remaining stylish.

Not only is it great for the airport, but it’s also great around the house. My friends all asked me where I got that from.

Rating: 5/5

Buy here: cardigan 40€, pants 32€, high £20

If you are traveling somewhere particularly hot, there is a smaller set from the Chenille range that might be suitable.



The Chenille range is also shorts

I’d say the short set probably wouldn’t work on a plane, but if you’re traveling to another country where it’s quite warm, this could be a great option when heading to your hotel.

The green is really pretty and I found the shorter length of the cardigan very flattering – I paired it with slippers from Boux Avenue’s Christmas range but it would go just as well with trainers.

I think any airport look works wonders at home too, the key is comfort. A lesson I learned after traveling in jeans and heeled boots.

I wear the shorts more than the longer ones, if you’re using the heater in the house it’s a good option, but if you’re not I’d recommend longer styles.

Rating: 5/5

Buy here: vest 30€, shorts 24€, high £20

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Not only do they have Chenille options, but if you want something a little more form fitting then Boux Avenue has you covered.

Earlier this year I tried their range of shapewear and the suit is so comfortable yet fits like a glove.

I would recommend it for short flights associated with the long cardigan because if you are likely to need to use the toilet you will have to undress in the sky.

Rating: 5/5

Buy here: jumpsuit 38€

Editor-in-chief Stacey Dutton also tried on some of the most popular airport looks.

I’ve delved into smart looks for travel before, but it’s just not practical.

It used to be that there was nothing better than hitting on a new pair of wedge shoes with a new maxi dress for traveling, but now I couldn’t be more the opposite.

Now it’s all about comfort. I like to think that these days, compared to what used to be on offer, there’s a lot more choice to still feel comfortable, but without looking like you’re rocking all the way. airport in pajamas.



Boux Avenue Loungewear set - full set for £69 including bralette
Boux Avenue Loungewear set – full set for £69 including bralette

This is where Boux Avenue comes in. The retailer seems to have perfectly mastered cute yet cozy airport looks.

Gotta try the New BX lounge set including hoodie, bralette and shorts- the whole thing amounting to £69. The material is nice, nice and soft and I could see myself wearing all three items and feeling good and presentable for a trip to the airport.

Rating: 5/5

Buy here: Complete outfit 69€