Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Shows Us How to Fly in Dual Purpose Style

The supermodel offers advice on incognito travel attire

By Jessie Rosen Jul 09, 2013 1:00 AMTags

Stars...they're just like us! They travel in your basic neutral tone outfit complete with a floor-length over-coat and wide brim hat!

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is absolutely not like the rest of us, and she makes this clear with her choice of in-flight attire. Still, there's much to be learned from the Transformers: Dark of the Moon star's choice of first class couture. This look may seem over-the-top, but she's actually demonstrating the simple steps for achieving maximum privacy and comfort.

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Step one: Choose a color palette that blends into most wall colors—this way you're far less likely to be noticed by peeping paps.

Step two: Layers of clothing equal extra airplane pillows. This extra-long sweater may seem superfluous, but it's really geared toward in-flight sleeping.

Step three: No amount of indoors should prevent you from wearing a giant hat and sunglasses. Florescent lights can be damaging to the skin and photos.

And finally, ones carry-on bag should be as fabulous as ones evening bag. Chances are you're going to be photographed just as much in it anyway.