Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Holiday Gift Guide for the Traveler

Since Fielding and I love to travel, this was one of my favorite gift guides to put together thus far.  The next gift guide in my Holiday Gift Guide series is for all your wanderlusting loved ones - The Gift Guide for the Traveler!

1.  Sole Society Weekdender - These vegan leather duffle bags are amazing quality and under $100! They make great gifts for both men and women.

2.  Travel Pillow Set - This set is perfect for anyone on your list with longer flights coming up!

3.  Travel Steamer - This is a 100% must-have. Clothes get so wrinkled folded up in a suitcase or duffle bag, so I don't go anywhere without my travel steamer.

4.  Monogram Luggage - This luggage is so cute AND functional.  This particular carry-on is on my Christmas list this year!

5.  Packing Cubes - I love using packing cubes to keep my shoes separated from my clothes and to keep my dirty laundry separated from clean while traveling.

6.  Push Pin Map - Fielding and I received this push pin map as a gift a few years ago and we love adding push pins in the places that we visit.  It was the perfect addition to our home office.

7.  Compass Necklace - This necklace makes the perfect gift to any ladies on your list who love to travel.

8.  Travel Makeup Case - I love that this makeup case has a place for makeup brushes and the sections for your makeup are customizable to fit your products.  It is also great to protect your make up - like blush, eye shadow, etc - from getting cracked in transit.

9.  Hanging Toiletry Bag - A cute toiletry bag is one of my go-to gifts for friends who love to travel.

10.  Silk Eye Mask - As you know, I sleep with my silk eye mask every night, but I also bring it with me on long flights so that I can get some shut-eye.

11.  Monogram Cord Case - This case for headphones, chargers, and cords makes my OCD self very happy.  It keeps everything organized and untangled and the monogram is such a cute added touch!

12.  Passport Holder & Luggage Tag - Every traveler needs a cute passport holder and matching luggage tag.  These also make great stocking stuffers.

13.  Noise Cancelling Head Phones - As you probably know, planes are very loud and noise cancelling head phones can be a lifesaver to help drown out the crying baby, cougher, loud talker, and noise of the plane itself.

14.  Monogram Travel Jewelry Case - This was my top selling gift from my gift guide series from last year and for good reason.  It keeps all your jewelry organized and comes in several color and monogram options.

15.  Portable Phone Charger - This is another must-have! When traveling, your phone doubles as a map, camera, translator, etc. which uses a LOT of battery. I keep one of these with me at all times to charge up my phone when needed.

Don't forget to check out the other posts in my Holiday Gift Guide series! Happy Shopping!


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