Attention Passengers: Here’s What You Shouldn’t Wear While Flying

Traveling through the air comes with a massive set of rules and regulations, and you don’t want to make it any more complicated than it already is. Outside of the mandated policies put into place by TSA and airports, there are unwritten practices that should help you as well. For example, you’re going to have a tougher time going to the bathroom if you’re wearing a romper or onesie, and if you’re wearing sandals at the airport, you probably haven’t thought about all of those germs… yuck. As you continue reading, you’ll uncover many “don’t wear” items when it comes to flying. You’ll thank us later.

A Brand New Outfit Isn’t The Best Bet

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As tempting as it might be, the last thing you want to do is sport a brand new outfit you plan to wear out on the plane. If you purchased the new clothing specifically for the flight, that’s a different story.

What you don’t want to wear on the flight is an outfit that you bought to look your best while on your trip. Keep the fresh threads packed and save them for after you arrive.