Selena Gomez's Airport Outfit Is the Chicer Alternative to Sweatpants & It's Only $76

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Shop the actress' super comfy and stylish look you'll want to wear on your next flight.

Selena Gomez is out and about lately and we love all the glamorous looks she's serving up. 

In addition to her high-fashion red carpet ensembles, the actress is giving us major style inspiration in more low-key locations. Case in point: the airport in Nice, France. 

Gomez was spotted as she touched down for the 2019 Cannes Film Festival (where she stunned in a Louis Vuitton ensemble at the opening ceremony), wearing a ribbed knit tank and matching wide-leg pants. The cream-colored set happens to be from affordable brand Mango! 

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We love a pair of sweatpants or leggings as much as the next girl for a flight, but Gomez's super chic yet very comfy co-ord proves to be a more stylish and polished alternative thanks to its ribbing detail and sleek silhouette. Plus, styling it in a monochromatic manner like the 26-year-old star only makes it cooler with a longline, oversized cardigan and pointed-toe boots. 

Channel Gomez's en route style this summer for your own travels by shopping her exact set ahead, along with similar options that won't break the bank. 


Ribbed Crop Top, $30 at Mango


Ribbed Trousers, $46 at Mango


Ribbed Top, $18 at H&M


Ribbed Pants, $25 at H&M


Hoodie and Jogger Set, $45 at Nasty Gal

Nasty Gal

Crop Top & Legging Set, $50 at PrettyLittleThing


Knitted Rib Flare Pants Set, $65 at ASOS


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