SHE’S the epitome of style when she steps out on the red carpet – and it seems Millie Mackintosh has nailed it at the airport too.
The mum-of-two recently revealed what she likes to wear to keep comfortable on a flight, as well as the three-strong checklist she uses to make sure it fits.
Millie Mackintosh has revealed her airport styleCredit: Instagram/milliemackintosh
She said it needed to be comfortable but chic – but others pointed out a major mistakeCredit: Instagram/milliemackintosh
The 33-year-old took to her Instagram account to share which items from her wardrobe make-up her airport glam.
And Millie then said they have to pass a simple but effective test to be worn on the day she’s travelling somewhere.
The former Made instar – who is married to former co-star Hugo Taylor with whom she shares two daughters Sienna, three, and Aurelia, one – wrote: “Project runway.
“My airport outfit needs to be three things – comfy, lightweight, but still chic.
“Here’s a few options for myflight, which is your favourite?”
Up first, the former reality star stepped out in a cream ensemble made up of linen style trousers, simple vest top and oversized shawl.
The second outfit was much more bold and colourful print layered over a white vest.
While she went back to neutrals for the third option, showcasing an all-white look with trousers, matching top and casual blazer.
And it didn’t take long for fellowto flock to the post and point out Millie’s one glaring error when it came to one of the ensembles she’d put together.
One person wrote: “On my own I might risk white (although, airport seating, lack of proper table on plane/turbulence when eating!!)
“But 100% not white when I have my toddler in tow.”
A second echoed their thoughts, as they typed: “Cream with kids? Go colour!”
And a third joined in the conversation, as they shared their concerns that things could get messy.
They said: “No 1 for me but would definitely worry about kids ruining that beautiful white look.”
This comes after Millie shared her simple hacks when it comes to travelling with children.
This included a nifty trick to apply sun lotion to a wriggly baby – no mean feat, as parents will know.
Millie told Hello: “Using a foundation brush to apply sun-cream to a wriggly baby is definitely one of the best hacks for new parents to try.
“It’ll give you peace of mind that you’ve been able to cover all the hard to reach spots, but also makes it a little more fun to baby too. They love the tickling from the brush.”
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Mums agreed that the colourful option was the safestCredit: Instagram/milliemackintosh