What Celebrities Wear to the Airport: Diane Kruger in pegged jeans

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For some reason, The Fashion Police are fascinated by photos of celebrities at airports. In some ways, we find this even more interesting than what they wear on the red carpet, because almost anyone can look good on the red carpet, with the help of a celebrity stylist and a borrowed gown. It's that little bit harder to still look good stepping off a long-haul flight, though, so we like to see what the celebs wear to fly in – or, in some cases, what they wear to strut through the airport in before getting changed on the plane.

We already know that Lady Gaga wears knickers and a bra to the airport, but here's the other side of the coin: Diane Kruger looking comfortable and casual in pegged jeans, a blazer and straw fedora. No makeup, either, unless we're very much mistaken.

We know which celerity WE'D rather dress like (clue: it's Diane) but what about you, oh readers? Do you dress up or down to travel?

7 Comments

  • May 26, 2009

    gokarm

    I would absolutely dress more like Diane, which is more dressed up than a lot of people at the airport. Pajamas and sweats seems to be the normal outfit, and I just can’t. But this is adorable, and super comfy. Way to do it, Diane!

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  • May 26, 2009

    Arielle

    Gokarm is right, she looks adorable. (If it were me, I’d pick different footwear, but I’ve never liked having anything between my toes.)

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  • May 26, 2009

    Evelyn

    Comfy and casual is best (definitely the Diane look).

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  • May 26, 2009

    Milly

    Personally, I love pictures of Dita at the airport. She always strikes the right balance, never too dressy, but never scruffy. She looks comfortable, but as flawless as ever.

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  • May 26, 2009

    Sarah

    I usually try to dress both comfortably and presentably when I fly. I’ve noticed though that I dress up more on the flight out than on the flight home (although the last time, I dressed up — in skirt, no less — on the way home because of laundry issues) I guess normally I want to look nice when I get where I’m going.
    But you know, I miss the days when people dressed up to fly. When I was a kid, dressing for a flight was something like dressing for church (which has also changed in my lifetime) Men wore suits. Women wore nice dresses.
    While I like having more options and I’m in favor of being comfortable, I advocate using a little style with your comfort. I do like the way Diane handled it.

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  • May 26, 2009

    Celeste

    I’m not into the pegged jeans look, but I like the rest of what she’s wearing.
    I’m a comfort flyer. I avoid the sweatpants, but also avoid wearing any metal. My next flight I’m going with a jersey dress, leggings, and a sweater.

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  • May 26, 2009

    Erin

    I’m with you on the airport style fascination (People have a little style section completely devoted to it). I’d love to strike the balance between comfy and stylish. Always feel I miss it by *this much*, though.

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