‘Airport looks’ have been a huge rage in the entertainment industry lately. While it simply means the look in which you travel, it is a huge deal for the celebrities and they always go an extra mile to get the style right.
We have already seen Bollywood and Hollywood celebs doing it and now for a refreshing change- here we have our very own proud athlete, Neeraj Chopra who also seems to have a knack for these ‘airport looks’.
The track and field athlete who is a spearhead in Javelin throw has been spotted in different airport looks on his Instagram.
His casual yet chic clothing will definitely inspire you for your next air travel. Have a look.
Seen here in a casual beige shirt and black pants, Neeraj is all set to board the plane in style. The white sneakers complete the look effortlessly.
His hair itself is an accessory for him which adds drama to his whole look. Don’t you think?
He is the only Indian athlete since Milkha Singh to have won gold in both Commonwealth Games and Asian Games in the same year.
Well, the talented athlete not only slays his sport but also the fashion game. He looks so stylish in that blue Nike jacket and black shoes. The look is very comfortable yet chic. Best for long hours of journey.
Also, the cap is a fun element here!
Our hero is all set to slay with his looks and style.
The most important part of travel is – comfort. But what is better than comfort with style? Nothing.
Totally digging Chopra’s look in this graphic tee and comfortable joggers paired with white sneakers and a cap.
You can add a few other accessories to complete the look and make it look more stylish by adding a wristwatch and a pair of headphones, as Neeraj has done here.
Okay, he is not seen on an airport here, we agree. But he has luggage, wearing comfortable clothing and posing at a travel destination. What else can you ask for!
This look can totally qualify for an airport look. Also, the denim jacket and those glares look very modish.
So, the next time you are traveling by flight and wondering what to wear to the airport, think no more and note points from the Gold medalist himself.