Anne Hathaway Wore the Airport Outfit Frequent Flyers Avoid – Who What Wear

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By now, everybody knows that jeans—especially rigid, non-stretch ones—are best kept in your carry-on when traveling as opposed to on your person. After all, sitting in tight jeans can be difficult enough without adding in a long plane ride. And yet, that didn't stop Anne Hathaway from hopping on a flight to LAX last week in perhaps the stiffest possible style: cargo jeans.
For her trip back to Los Angeles, the Devil Wears Prada star (with the help of her stylist, Erin Walsh) paired a super-light-wash pair of cargo jeans from Isabel Marant with a lightweight pink sweater, a red blazer, and a patterned, silk scarf tied around her neck. With it, she added even more accessories that TSA no doubt made her take off, including black Bulgari sunglasses, a Gucci's Attaché crossbody bag, and most impractical of all for a security line, a pair of white, knee-high boots. 
Though ultimately a bit illogical for air travel, there's no denying that Hathaway's airport look was an even 10, no deductions. Shop it and more rigid jeans below. 
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On Anne Hathaway: Veronica Beard Miller Dickey Jacket ($798); Isabel Marant Vayoneo Cargo Jeans ($514) and boots; Eolas Alba Crewneck ($275); Gucci Attache Large Shoulder Bag ($3590); Bulgari B.Zero1 Sunglasses ($433)
Shop rigid jeans:
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That perfect slouchy fit. 
I think I need a pair of these. No, I know I need a pair of these.
When is Reformation not tempting me to make impromptu purchases? 
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For the most luxurious jeans on the market, go to Khaite.
These are giving just the right amount of grunge vibes.
Yes, yes, 1000 times yes.
I wore these three times last week. 
If I didn't know better, I'd assume these were designer. 
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I've been leaning into darker denim these days. 
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That perfect bootcut fit.
Next: The 8 Best and Chicest Travel Outfits for Long Flights
This post was previously published and has since been updated.

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