Fly Me To The Moon: What To Wear To Kepler 22b

Liz Doupnik
Fly Me To The Moon: What To Wear To Kepler 22b
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If you haven’t heard, turns out a new planet was discovered along with traces of water found on Mars. We always knew aliens existed! We’re wondering if extraterrestrials are just as chic as humans? Food for thought… Anywho, we’re sure it’s only a matter of time until a spaceship schleps through space to deliver us into the unknown. This got us thinking what is the dress attire for venturing into the abyss?

Click through the slideshow for our break down on must-haves for the trip and first steps onto Kepler 22b (we’re waiting for Oprah to rename this one). What would you bring?

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This dress is a fusion of our world and space. We can reflect on the land we left behind and we can only imagine we'll encounter.

Emma Cook Diamanté-embellished printed silk dress, $495, at Net-a-porter.

In case the aliens are a little conservative, this moderate length skirt is demure and cool simultaneously.

Premium Metallic Calf Skirt, $120, at Topshop.

In case the '80s are in style there...

Shiny Scrunchie, $6, at American Apparel.

When in doubt, these pants can do no wrong and look like they probably won't show that many wrinkles either...

Alice + Olivia Slim Stacey Pant, $178.20, at Bloomingdale's.

Perfect to tote around your iPad on the rocket ship, you definitely won't lose this puppy in the dark.

Jeffrey Campbell Toni handbag, $162, at Revolve Clothing.

You'll clearly want to remember everything you see on your trip abroad. Bring this awesome accessory to capture every memory.

Lomography Diana + Dreamer Camera, $65, at Urban Outfitters.

Make your first steps on the new planet as fashionable as possible.

Alexander Wang Alais heel, $650, at Barney's.

In this number, you'll not only be warm, you'll also be memorable.

Rag & Bone Magnum leather and canvas hooded coat, $2,100, at Net-a-porter.

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