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Gift Guide for the Fashionable Traveller

November 29, 2009

Today’s post is all about gift ideas for the fashionable jet-setter in your life. 

Research new destinations in style. Supplement guidebook and internet reading with these book store gems. 

Essential reading,

Wallpaper City Guides,

Style City Europe,

Whether travelling on short or long journeys, it doesn’t take a lot of effort to be stylish and to set yourself (and your luggage) apart from other travellers.

"I love not camping" luggage tag,

Bow luggage tag, Hayden Harnett, $23,

 Document cases like passport and ticket holders keep important items organized.

Pantone passport holder, $28,

Kate Spade "Union Square" travel ticket holder, $175,

  A jewelry roll protects and organizes valuables.

Jewelry roll, $40,

Leather jewelry roll, $49,

 Store cosmetics in fun and functional pouches.

See by Chloe travel pouch, $40,

Par Avion case, Kate Spade, $50,

Power adaptors + electronics = boring but necessary. This TUMI set makes even power adaptors look luxurious. 

TUMI universal power adaptor, $195,

Shoe bags keep your shoes protected and add some prettiness to the inside of your luggage.

Peacock shoe bag, $18,

Le Sportsac has been around for a while and is known for its selection of creative fabric choices. In my own Le Sportsac collection, my small weekender (black & white checkered fabric) has become one of my favourite purses for travel. It’s lightweight and it fits a ton of stuff. The large weekender would be great for short getaways (or to pack in your luggage for extra purchases picked up along your journey). 

Le Sportsac small weekender, $78,

Le Sportsac Large Weekender, $120,

Le Sportsac window shopper, $98,

Don’t be late for your flight…use this Alessi watch to help you get to your gate on time.

Alessi watch by Karim Rashid, $85,

Comfort is really important when I travel. I usually wear my trench, a cozy cardigan or wrap, and flat shoes. I just can’t seem to conquer the task of travelling in heels.

Burberry Classic Trench Coat

Cashmere drape cardigan, Michael Kors, $1095,

Cashmere travel ballet flats, $175,

 A notebook is a must-have travel accessory for anyone who wants to jot down notes about fabulous stores, delicious restaurants or inspiring art. This silver journal caught my eye.

Travel journal, $85,

These are just some of the many gift ideas for the jet-setter in your life. If you have other travel items to add to the list, please leave a comment to let our other Fashion in Motion readers know about your travel must-haves.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 30, 2009 1:12 pm

    As always, a fab post, Jordana. I agree with your essentials list and I love your curated selection.

    I have a few items that I absolutely love to have on hand when I travel: a pashmina scarf (easily doubles as a shawl or helps keep you cozy on the plane), a slim pen that can slip into any tiny clutch or compartment, Bose noise-canceling ear phones, and a sleeping eye pillow to help me gain a few extra ZZZs on the flight. I find that the eye pillow blocks out the light and calms me from all the buzz on the plane.
    Happy Trails in 2010!

  2. Shannon permalink
    December 1, 2009 9:53 pm

    As soon as I saw Jordi Labanda, I knew the post had to be yours. We all know that I heart Jordi as well! The other items in the post were also fab! Kudos!

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