Guest post by Natalie Borton

Note from the Editor: This post was originally published on the Glitter Guide by Natalie. We thought our readers would find it this post helpful and on time for the holiday season. You can read the full article here or there

Do you have any travel plans this holiday season? If so, you'll likely enjoy my recent fashion post for Glitter Guide, which is all about traveling in comfort with style. Click the image above to be taken to the original article, and scroll down to see where you can buy some of my favorite comfy-chic travel items.

Use the arrows to navigate through each set of items, and click on any image to be taken to the site where you can purchase it...

1. Layered Look
This is a fun way to travel, especially if your final destination is a chilly one!

2. Scarf Style
Since the scarf is really the star of this style, I've chosen 5 similar blanket-like scarves for you to try.

3. Hat Head
Hats are especially helpful for hiding unwashed hair for an early morning trip—or even for disguising travel hair, which tends to look less than its best on-the-go.

4. Sweater & Leggings
Leggings are my go-to travel pants. I love the combination of a comfy, stretchy pair of leggings with a more sophisticated button down and sweater.

5. Jeans & Button Down
The key to this look is stretch. Nobody wants to sit on a plane in tight, unforgiving denim.
6. Denim With A Pop
The best part about this outfit is the playfulness of the bold lip. While I'm more of a jewelry girl myself, wearing jewelry is a bit of a no-no when flying (hello metal detector!). Thus, the lipstick does what a statement necklace would—without setting off any alarms.

What do you like to wear when you travel?

Natalie is a lover of the written word, avocados, beach picnics and champagne. She lives in San Diego with her hilarious and charming husband Brian and scruffy puppy Maggie, and is a Managing Editor for Darling Magazine. In all she does, she strives to inspire and empower women to live healthy, confident lives of true beauty. See more of her work at, and find her blogging at