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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s Black Wrap Coat Is Perfect For Traveling

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Sweats can look so sloppy, but who wants to wear uncomfortable jeans or tight-fitting clothes on a flight? Curating a good travel outfit is never easy, but Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's black wrap coat is the key to airport dressing. This jacket-sweater hybrid is the one thing you didn't know your wardrobe needed.

On Tues., the former Victoria's Secret Angel was photographed in the sleekest in-flight ensemble at New York's JFK Airport. She sported black skinnies slightly unzipped at the ankle, exposing a pair of lace-up heeled boots. She carried a patent handbag with gold-toned details and a pair of basic sunglasses, perhaps in an attempt to disguise.

It didn't work, though, because that dreamy wrap coat caught everyone's eye. Huntington-Whiteley opted for a shin-length, wool-blend layer by Totême, a brand of luxe basics inspired by sportswear.

The $680 coat features a robe-cut collar and drop shoulders, lending to a loose and slouchy silhouette. It's perfectly adjustable to fit however many layers you choose to wear underneath, which also makes it an ideal jacket for any and all seasons.

The Chelsea is a timeless classic, deserving a spot in your coat closet year-round. Huntington-Whiteley wore hers with the tie belt knotted and slightly off to the side.

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You might have already learned the hard way that wearing your heavy-duty parka to the airport is a risky move. Not only is your winter coat simply too hot to wear on a plane, but it's also too big to stow away in the overhead compartment, making your travel experience an all-around nightmare. Not a wrap coat like this one, though.

Huntington-Whiteley's jacket is as close to a sweater as they come. You won't spend any time unfastening it, and you won't be forced to cram it underneath your seat. So easy, stylish, and compact, it's like the Chelsea was made to be your go-to airport layer.

Snag the model's favorite travel essential or another wrap coat like it, ahead.

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