Jetsetting in our own direction

We can get so caught up with what others are doing, we forget that as individuals we have the power to choose our own direction in life.

boohooMAN’s Airport Campaign

Travel for example. Some of us prefer the heat, whereas some of us prefer the cold (definitely not me!).

What do you wear to the airport though?


I like to feel comfortable, yet confident. Confident with a simple look. If you know me, you’ll know I’m a t-shirt and jeans kind of guy in my every day life. Well on my travels, I’m a t-shirt and joggers kind of guy.


boohooMAN’s Airport Collection is a signature of comfortable clothes on your travels, whilst maintaining a stylish and simple look.

The brand recently sent me the ‘Homme Paris t-shirt with rolled sleeve’  and ‘Wide Fit Tricot Joggers’ and I wasn’t disappointed.

Homme Paris t-shirt

I’ve been looking for a t-shirt like this for a while, and the soft material and flattering look definitely is my favourite of the two items.


The t-shirt makes me feel confident from the flattering fitting and as with any item of clothing, I want to feel good in it.

At times, I struggle to find something that matches my body type, height, without being either too tight or too loose, so I love the fitting of the t-shirt and the colours of the print.

Wide Fit Panel Tricot Joggers

The wide fit joggers combines both comfort and style, despite my initial worry the wide-fit would be loose fitting. There is a cord to adjust the joggers if needed.


Proving me wrong, the joggers have a warm feel, with a sporty look. The ankles can be zipped up or loose, giving you an option, especially depending on the weather.

The outfit is one I feel can be matched easily with a pair of light trainers or add a hoodie to give it a different look.

The outfit is definitely a John Sennett style and one I’ll be wearing on my future travels.

Doing your own thing

Your travel style, general lifestyle or your blog, jet-setting in your own direction has to be something that’s unique to you.

The boohooMan items above were chosen by me, as it matched my individual taste. Why choose something that doesn’t match your style or doesn’t make you feel confident?


Why would you upload a blog post for the sake of it unless it matches your own personal thoughts or experiences?

Individual experiences, opinions and thoughts are what makes us who we are. Everything in our life shows a bit of our personality and that’s what I believe we should be doing.

Listen to your gut

When I’ve had to make a decision, sometimes it’s best to go with our gut instincts and first impressions. First impressions is everything to me.

What’s making you want to jet set in that direction?

How is it going to help you reach your end goal?

What items caught your eye?

What idea first came to mind?

What are your goals? I’d love to hear your plans for the future and which direction you want your life/or blog to take…

Many thanks as well to boohooMan for inviting me to be part of their Airport Outfit Campaign.

*The items in today’s blog post were gifted in exchange for this blog feature.

17 thoughts on “Jetsetting in our own direction

  1. Great post! I love that brand! One of my favorite tv people wears it. You look amazing by the way, every comfortable and travel ready. You look like you’re ready to enjoy your travels. I love you blog btw!

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  2. The boohooMan collection you feature looks very comfortable and easy to wear. My goals are to work on my blog, even more, to see if I can make a living off it.

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  3. Definitely looks like comfortable travel clothes. Who wants to be stiff and tight while sitting for hours. I love the combinations you selected. Great post!


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