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Holiday Gift Guide: For the Jetsetter

Holiday Gift Guide: For the Jetsetter

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As someone who loves to travel, gifts for the jetsetter are among my favorites to give. The airport and road can be ridden with hustle and stress, so finding ways to stay stay calm, clean, and organized amidst the craziness can make the difference between a long, hard day of a travel and a relaxed flight or car ride. Over the last few years, we’ve become well-versed at traveling long distances for family visits, work commitments, and vacation, so I’ve gathered up gifts that I’ve either tested and loved or am confident would make my own travel just a little bit more enjoyable.

Gifts for the Jetsetter

Slip-Ons / Ready to provide comfort walking through the terminal and on the plane, these go-with anything sneakers are ideal for travel.

Emergency Kit / With everything from stain remover to breath freshener, this pouch is packed with 17 essentials perfect for the cramped space in the car or the plane.

Headphones / These are easier to find in-flight than tiny airpods, stylish, and offer great sound.

Luggage Tag / This adorable luggage tag with gold hardware comes in a variety of colors, making it easier to spot one’s luggage.

Overnight Bag / This bag is the perfect size for a night away or as a carry-on, comfortably holding all the essentials.

Makeup Wipes / I never travel anywhere without either face wash or these makeup-removing wipes in my carry on. Fresh, clean skin feels incredible after being on the go.

Jet Lag Mask / The Summer Fridays Jet Lag Mask helps soothe dry skin and feels like an at-home spa treatment after a long day of travel.

Passport Case / This passport case can hold credit cards, I.D.s, and more. Plus, it’s long-enough to fit airplane tickets.

Silk Sleep Mask / Inspire a good night’s sleep (especially on a red-eye) or if they’re landing in a different time zone.







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