Gifts for the jetsetters

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1.  monogrammed seersucker garment bag  c/o Marly Lilly – I love this garment bag, and JB even says he’s going to use it on trips.

2.  A beautiful passport cover from Mark and Graham.

3.  A mirrorless camera.  They make beautiful photos without having to lug around a big DSLR.  Perfect for travel.

4.  Pinch Provisions pouches.  they have so many good ones, and I always have mine.  This travel one looks great for a long flight.

5.  Packing Cubes.  These ones are a lot cuter than mine!  But they have changed the way I pack, for the better.

6.  Life’s a Roadtrip

7.  Shannon Kirsten x Anthropologie’s portable charger.  The prettiest charger!

8.  Klorane dry shampoo.  My fave and non toxic.  a great little add on as a gift for someone heading off on a big trip.

9.   monogrammed luggage.  I can’t speak for the quality of these, but how cute?  We travel with two of the largest lightweight samsonite in black, and pack everything for us and the boys in them.  We also always have one carry on with a couple outfits for each person in it, and the essentials… if our bags were to get lost!


11.  Luggage scale  – I put one of these in JB’s stockings a few years ago, and he always uses it – before and after the trip.


Is there a certain category you’d love a gift guide on?  I’d love to know!


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  • Reply Amanda @ Anchored to Sunshine

    Dry shampoo is one of the most important travel items!

    November 13, 2017 at 8:59 pm
  • Reply Emily stone

    These are genius! I didn’t even know a luggage scale even existed. It will be so nice not to have to step on our scale, see my weight, get off, then grab the luggage and step back ON the scale as I squirm (yet hold still) to look around the heavy bag to do the math in my head for the weight of the suitcase. haha Needless to say, I’m buying that ASAP. haha …and the dry shampoo: is it good for brunettes? Or better for blondes? (is there white residue?)

    November 16, 2017 at 9:07 am
    • Reply Sarah

      I think there’s a little residue but I usually brush it all out. I would test it out at Sephora first! (:

      November 16, 2017 at 2:44 pm
      • Reply Emily stone

        darn! if only there was a Sephora in Germany. =/ Thanks, though. 🙂

        November 17, 2017 at 10:33 am

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