What is your favorite skirt for flying and why?

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Bodycon
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Re: What is your favorite skirt for flying and why?

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I recently got a Craghoppers NosiLife Savannah Skirt on eBay for £15.00 brand new.
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It is really comfy, I bought it for going walking, though it should be perfect for flying as the pockets are at the front and large enough for passport etc.

I'm off to Paris late April, so will try it out then.
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Re: What is your favorite skirt for flying and why?

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stephanie53 wrote:
Sun Mar 13, 2022 3:13 pm
photoguy207 wrote:
Sat Feb 26, 2022 1:04 pm
e2k2houck wrote:
Fri Feb 25, 2022 1:27 am
This is my favorite skirt to fly in, and while on a layover in Baltimore I was stopped by a woman and asked where I got the skirt. Its very comfortable to travel in
I love my LightHeart Gear skirts too! The pockets are amazing and helpful when traveling.
I looked at there website. very nice looking dresses and skirts. Is it really worth $115 dollars?
they are to me, I have about 25 of them, I wear them every day. The patterned ones are for going out on the town, the solid colors are for every day and hiking.
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Re: What is your favorite skirt for flying and why?

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I've got a Craghoppers Nosilife skirt. It is very comfortable, lightweight and dries quickly when wet. It also has the advantage of being impregnated with an insect repellent that helps to keep the biting things away.
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Re: What is your favorite skirt for flying and why?

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I've worn my Stumptown Kilts several times. That's kind of my go-to. I just like the way they look and they're comfortable, too. Also the Skirtcraft Aqueous skirt, which is super comfortable, but you have to watch how you sit a little more closely. I haven't tried my short version of the Macabi skirt on a plane yet, but they're also very comfortable and have huge pockets, so they should fly well.
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