Saturday, January 28, 2023 Jan 28, 2023
49° F Dallas, TX

How to Travel with Style

Traveling doesn’t mean donning a terry tracksuit and ditching your polished looks. Flats and a printed scarf are carry-on must-haves.
By Stephanie Quadri |
Photographers: Marc and Melanie Chartrand; Photographers’ assistant: Wesley Williams; Model: Michelle Box/Page Parkes; Hair & makeup: Ashley Rike/On Set Management; Stylist: Stephanie Quadri; Styling assistants: Allison Cooke and Mari Hidalgo/Blue Issue; Special thanks to Business Jet Access (

When the sweltering summer temps set in, many jet-setting locals head out. Fly high and arrive in style with a look that combines comfort and class (hint: no terry tracksuits, please). Pack and wear versatile pieces (like this Balmain jacket) in neutral shades to build a transcendent travel wardrobe. Accessories such as scarves and fashionable flats are practical and create a polished look. Complete your ensemble with a chic carryall and classic luggage—vintage pieces are all the rage. We tracked some down at Kacky & Carl and Zola’s Everyday Vintage. Bon voyage.

Michelle is wearing a Balmain jacket with gold buttons ($1,950), D Squared ruffled cami ($575), Lanvin red satin flats ($495), all available at Gregory’s; Development by Erica Davies white denim pants ($220) and silk printed scarf ($135) available at LFT; Oliver Peoples “Mariette” sunglasses ($350/Peeper’s); John Wind vintage locket necklace ($153/The Fitting Room); and Alessandro Dell’Aqua zebra bag ($1,398/Gregory’s). Vintage Louis Vuitton suitcase ($495/Kacky & Carl); vintage hatboxes (not for sale) and luggage ($65 for set/Zola’s Everyday Vintage).

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