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Style: it's less about what you wear, but how you wear it. The same goes for travel—a savvy traveler can transform any destination into a dream vacation with the right attitude (or the right pair of sunglasses). Travel + Leisure editors keep tabs on all the can't-miss fashion and beauty trends, the smartest shopping and packing tips, and the best style advice for home or abroad.Hone Your Travel StyleBalance the demands of travel (with its cramped luggage, wrinkle-prone flights, all varieties of weather) and style (blow-dryers hogging precious space, garments that demand ironing, shoes that just can't get dirty) by packing smart layers and choice accessories. With layers—a leather jacket here; a blazer, sleeves rolled up, there—you can pack for far more outfits with much less clothing. Accessories like a colorful silk scarf or a bold hat, statement pieces like a shiny patent leather flat or an oversized coat, can be repurposed again and again. A single well-thought out item can transform an outfit from drab to dramatic.Find the Best Travel ClothesT+L combs the shelves for the smartest (and most stylish) travel clothes, the sturdiest suitcases, the most durable outerwear, the best on-the-go beauty and grooming products. What shoes are easiest to slip off in an airport line? What backpack best protects laptops? What's the smartest outfit for a long train ride? We know not all travel clothes are decided upon before the journey begins—there's also shopping once you arrive. We'll help you find the chic boutiques and hip commercial corridors to reinvent your look—anywhere you go. T+L editors and on-the-ground reporters also keep eyes on what local fashion icons and celebrities wear on the road, from European royals to movie starlets. If you can't join them, you can at least dress like them.

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The Best Loungewear to Update Your Work-from-home Wardrobe 

If spending more time at home recently has made you realize that your current loungewear isn't cutting it, now might be the time to update your wardrobe. From cozy cardigans to comfy sweats, there's plenty of loungewear out there that will make you feel like you're wearing pajamas without necessarily looking like it. And while you're likely working from home for the foreseeable future, a little extra comfort that doesn't compromise style couldn't hurt.  Related: More comfy essentials Keep reading for our favorite lounge styles for men and women.
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The Best Comfy Slip-on Shoes for Wearing at Home

While you're stuck at home, you're probably not wearing shoes much. In fact, you're probably putting your favorite slippers to good use right now. But if you want to upgrade your work-from-home look to feel a little more put together (even if you're the only who knows you're wearing real shoes), slip-ons should be your new best friend. Related: More comfy shoes From loafers to espadrilles, we've rounded up the best slip-on shoes that are comfortable enough to wear around the house or on a walk around the block. Plus, they're all cute enough to wear out of the house when you can finally go outside again.
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T+L Editors Share Their Favorite Work-from-home Essentials

There's no arguing that staying home to "flatten the curve" and curb the spread of coronavirus is beyond recommended at this time. But what do you do when you're so used to an office, live in a small apartment, have children, or even a full house?  Our editors weigh in on how they make the best of their individual work-from-home situations and the products they love doing it with. So, whether you find yourself on an indefinite staycation or simply trying to stay comfortable and sane during this uncertain time, these are some things we recommend to ease your mind as they've done wonders for us.