I've been on vacation all week in Estes Park, Colorado, which is a fantastic getaway for those of you who enjoy the outdoors. I flew back today through the Denver International Airport and decided I would feature great travel style. Much to my dismay, I found that I could have filled my entire blog post with "what not to wear." Pajama pants, sweats, ill fitting sports tee shirts, etc. To be honest, the best dressed guys in the place were generally the cowboys in their trim jeans, nice boots and a hat. I had planned on featuring the jeans and sport coat look, which is perfect for the jet setter. A great pair of jeans and a nice quality tee are comfortable. You can carry on your jacket, which ensures that no matter who you run into at the airport--because you never know (top clients for example), or if the airline loses your luggage, you have a decent outfit. I did not see even one example of this in the entire airport. I had almost given up hope of anything remotely fashionable, until I saw this guy reading a book right across from my gate:
What do you wear when you travel? How do you change your choice if traveling internationally?