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What you wear on your next plane trip could be critical for keeping you and your fellow passengers comfortable and healthy.
For example, skip the heavy cologne and perfume. Travel expert Christopher Elliott says because of the re‑circulated air, your scent could permeate the entire aircraft, and overwhelm or even sicken your fellow passengers – especially young children and those with allergies.
Also: Don’t wear skinny jeans. They can constrict circulation and raise the chance of developing blood clots in your legs.