Food & Culture
Carried Away: What to Bring to Make Traveling a Breeze
Style and social writer Andrew Hoge lists his picks for must-have travel essentials
By Andrew Hoge January 15, 2020
This article appears in print in the January 2020 issue. Click here to subscribe.
Travel buffs frequently advise that it’s more important to spend money on experiences than on things. But even a minimalist jet-setter can’t travel without a little help. These hand-picked travel essentials are so stylish yet practical that you may keep them by your side no matter where you are.
1. Away’s Bigger Carry-On ($245), made with a durable polycarbonate shell and 360-degree spinner wheels in nine classic colors. Available at awaytravel.com.
2. Moonlit Skincare’s Midnight Shift overnight facial oil ($34 for 1 fluid ounce), made with jojoba and sunflower oils. Available at moonlitskincare.com.
3. Pumpkin Sleeping Pack overnight face mask ($20 for 3.38 ounces), in a clear formula, from Too Cool For School. Available at K Banana, University Village; hellokbanana.com.
4. Waxed canvas lunch tote ($45) in charcoal by Hardmill. University District; hardmill.com.
5. Pebblebee BlackCard ($29), a rechargeable 2 millimeter wallet finder with a 500-foot range, in black, from Seattle-based Pebblebee. Available at pebblebee.com.
6. Medium Workshop weatherproof leather computer case ($150) in sierra brown by Filson. SoDo; filson.com.
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