7 things you shouldn't wear on a planeBy Vika https://pictolic.com/article/7-things-you-shouldnt-wear-on-a-plane.html
Whether you're choosing an outfit for a short or long-haul flight, it's important that you feel comfortable and stay out of trouble at the same time.
We have collected tips from flight attendants and travelers about what not to wear on a plane.
1. During the flight, you will find yourself in a small but crowded area. Avoid heavy perfumes for the sake of your fellow travelers. The vast majority of people find flavored foods irritating on others, and people with allergies and asthma may also be in flight.
2. Avoid tight clothing, especially if your flight is longer than 4 hours. People on long-haul flights are at risk of DVT (deep vein thrombosis). DVT is a blood clot that forms in a deep vein, usually in the leg. To prevent this, wear special compression stockings and loose, comfortable clothing, and walk around whenever you can.
3. Airplane toilets are tiny. If you are wearing a jumpsuit, it will be difficult for you to take it off. Instead, wear something that won't pose a problem in that small space. Clothing with a lot of buttons and zippers will not make your flight as comfortable as possible.
4. Not surprisingly, shoes with large metal jewelry or jewelry with metal can slow your progress through the security system. What is unexpected is that some sparkling sweaters may have metallic threads woven into them. While you can easily take off your shoes if necessary, taking off your sweater can be more difficult.
5. Even when you're flying to a warm country and you're tempted to choose summer clothes for the flight, don't forget that the temperature on the plane can be surprisingly cold. Having multiple layers of clothing is essential for a comfortable journey.
6. In an airplane, the average humidity can reach 20%, which leads to lens drying and eye irritation. If you're on a long flight, it's a good idea to remove your lenses, especially if you're going to sleep.
7. Airport security will ask you to remove your shoes. Not only can heels potentially be used to store prohibited items, but they have a metal construction that is sure to set off an alarm. No one likes to stand barefoot on the floor at the airport. In addition, during the flight, the legs can swell, so tight shoes should be avoided