Some of us dress for comfort when flying. Others just want to reflect their personal style, no matter the place or time.
So imagine one woman's discomfort when a Spanish low-cost airline refused to let her board her flight because of her "questionable" dress code.
The woman, dressed in a low-cut bodysuit, was booted from the flight because it was deemed to be a swimsuit, according to a report by the New York Post.
While boarding a Vueling flight in Palma, the woman and her boyfriend were stopped by a flight attendant because of what she was wearing. Her friends gave her some clothes to cover up, but she was still refused access and sent back to the terminal.
Her sister then posted a tweet aimed at the airline.“Today the wonderful company @vueling has banned my sister from boarding simply by wearing a low-cut body. Several people have left her clothes to ‘cover’ and yet they haven’t let her up,” @olgacrvnts wrote in Spanish. She included a video clip of the incident.