The Under-$100 Set That Changed My Airport Outfit Formula Forever

Two cross-country flights and a total of 11 in-flight hours later, I can definitively say that the new camel sweatsuit from the Who What Wear collection just became my go-to travel outfit. I regularly get the pleasure of testing out new arrivals from our namesake collection at Target, and on this particular occasion, as I strolled into the studio where all our samples are held at Who What Wear HQ, I instantly locked eyes with a certain sweatsuit from the collection's January drop and promptly made it mine.

I recently wore the Long-Sleeve Slouchy Sweatshirt ($33) and Cozy Wide-Leg Pants ($32) on a weekend trip from one coast to the other. This six-hour flight is hardly casual, so it really put my travel outfit to the test, but I can happily report that the set passed with flying colors. I could go on and on about it, but instead, I narrowed down the four reasons it helped me nail airport dressing:

The camel color makes it look far more expensive than the price tag would have you believe.

The soft feel of the material made me never want to take it off.

Matching sets always ensure you appear put-together—even when you least feel like it.

The separates are easily styled alone or together, as I quickly learned. I only packed a carry-on for my weekend trip, so to stretch out my outfits, I wore the hoodie by itself with a pair of jeans and sneakers. I also wound up styling the pants with a white T-shirt.

Below, see how I styled the set for the airport, and then keep scrolling to shop and see how others on Instagram are wearing it.

It's all in the styling. I'll admit I was nervous that sweatpants and a hoodie would look sloppy, but the coordinating wool coat and combat boots really pulled it all together. The head-to-toe neutral color proved to be a great canvas for standout accessories too.

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