15 Stylish Travel Essentials Every Jetsetter Should Add to Their Holiday Wish List
Girls on the go need to look their best — and pack for whatever may come their way (even if that means squeezing in an extra black tie dress or stowing additional carryalls). Between the airport, flight, hotel room, and the vacation itself, there's a never-ending list of items to remember to bring. Let us help you make sure all of your bases are covered.
Gift Boutique Passport Cover & Luggage Tag Boxed Gift Set ($33): Finally a passport cover and luggage tag that gets us.
Reef Escape Lux Sandals ($28): Locating your flip-flops in a sea of basic black will be a whole lot easier when they look like this. Reef's Escape Lux collection features cool textures like marble, natural stone, and granite.
Poupette St Barth Sasha Mini Dress ($350): Beach vacays call for easy-breezy dresses you'll live in, and Parisian-fem label Poupette St Barth makes the best ones. Their signature Sasha mini also comes in a slew of different colors and prints.
Andiamo Classico Carry-On ($300): Andiamo's sleek 20-inch carry-on comes in three fashion-forward colors (red ruby, royal sapphire, and black onyx), but our favorite thing about this roller — besides the fact that it's durable AF thanks to its aluminum frame — is that it has 360-degree spinner wheels and a built-in USB port.
Lands' End Pendleton Wool Blanket ($199-259): Fact: Planes are always freezing. Yet you don't have to sacrifice style just to stay warm. Forgo the cheap-o fleece in the plastic bag in lieu of something a bit more cozy — and monogrammed. Total power move if you ask us.
Joolz by Martha Calvo Destiny Compass Necklace ($65): A compass necklace is a fitting choice for those who seek the road less traveled.
Line & Dot Victoria Jacket ($113): You never want to be that girl who has to go home because she's cold. Make sure you carry a lightweight (read: foldable) jacket with you to keep the good times going well past happy hour.
Travel Kit by Pinch Provisions ($24): You need everything in this tiny little OOO pouch when you travel: ear plugs, pill container, lip balm, stain remover, hand lotion, eye mask, breathe drops, safety pins... don't leave home without it.
SeaVees Baja Slip On Portal ($40): Who has time to deal with laces when you have the whole world to see? Slip-on platforms are a necessity for any well-heeled gal lookin' to explore.
Sweaty Betty Anon Helix 2 Sonar Goggles ($100), Festive Star Seamless Long Sleeve Base Layer Top ($105), and Festive Star Seamless Long Sleeve Base Layer Top ($70): Be a style star on the slopes with Sweaty Betty's it-girl base layers, hats, and goggles in coordinating sets.
Tobi Tamara Bodysuit ($26): Packing one versatile bodysuit affords you a bunch of outfit options and helps keep you from throwing 15 different shirts in your suitcase. Tobi's halter-style is available in black and taupe and works with everything from sarongs and maxi skirts, to jeans, wide-leg pants, and shorts.
LULU DK Moon Huggie Earrings ($38): All you need to really get by on a trip, accessories-wise, is one killer pair of statement earrings. These moon huggies were made for midnight strolls under the stars in new cities.
Bose Custom QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones II ($400): Bose has some of the most technologically advanced headphones on the planet, but most très chic jetsetters want theirs to look as good as they sound. Enter their fully customizable QuietComfort model that has five different parts to mix and match in 26 colors. Be prepared for the "Where did you get those?" q's to ensue.
Victoria's Secret PINK Cozy Perfect Lace-Up Pullover and Classic Pant ($37-43): When you need to be comfortable (going through security or in your hotel room), a rose-embellished sweatsuit is the way to go.
Filson Small Crossbody Saddlebag ($395): Crossbodies are a travel must-have — no one needs their hands tied up holding a bag when there are Instagrams to take, duh.
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Kelli Acciardo is a travel, fashion, and beauty writer who spends most of her time in NYC, when she's not traveling around the world. Obsessions include: viral dog videos, spicy margaritas, the perfect metallic bronze eye shadow, and a great bathrobe. Her work has been published in Brit + Co, Bustle, Marie Claire, Refinery29, xoJane, InStyle, Seventeen, POPSUGAR, Women's Health, Teen Vogue, Martha Stewart, and Redbook.