Dakota Johnson's Travel Companion Is Almost As Good As Her Outfit

With most of the Fifty Shades of Grey hoopla behind her (at least for now), Dakota Johnson can finally catch her breath. But, instead of taking a break from her demanding jet-setting schedule, the actress caught a plane from LAX to New York with the best travel companion ever: her pooch, Zeppelin. The adorable pair was spotted waltzing through JFK, Zeppelin with his fancy brown leash, and his human in a simple, gray-on-gray ensemble (not quite 50 shades, but close enough) topped by a leopard-print coat. We're having a hard time deciding who looks better.

Johnson kept her travel look simple: a restrained color palette with a more playful print on top. She laced up some trusty combat boots, swung a bucket bag on her shoulder (Saint Laurent, mind you), and shielded her eyes from anticipated paparazzi with some oversized Sunday Somewhere specs. She proved her travel savvy by packing her goods in a compact suitcase, because who has time for baggage claim?

Vacation season is about to pick up, and if you're looking for non-sweats inspiration for your next airport look, Dakota's ensemble is a great place to start. Here's how to copy it:
Dakota is wearing Mother sweatshirt and jeans; a Saint Laurent bag; and Sunday Somewhere sunglasses.
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