The Shoe Mistakes Flight Attendant Never Make When Traveling

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As fashion editors, we can (and do) give travel wardrobe advice until the cows come home, but there’s no one on the planet with more wisdom on this subject than those who literally travel for a living: flight attendants. And unlike the rest of us, they have to stand the majority of the time that they’re traveling from city to city, so who better to reach out to for shoe advice? We tapped four flight attendants who have logged hundreds of thousands of miles in the air to tell us what the travel shoe mistakes they’d never make are, and their responses were definitely worth noting for your next trip to the airport. Read on for their tips and to shop the shoe styles that each recommends.
Madeline Mandeville, Delta Air Lines flight attendant
“I wouldn’t wear any shoe that’s hard to get off and on because it’s a pain when going through security. Always wear close-toed for multiple reasons, but especially if it’s cold on the plane, and always bring socks for a long flight! Always comfortable shoes in case you’re connecting and walking from gate to gate in a big airport. Good loose tennis shoes or booties are always easy!”

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