Let’s begin by saying that September is perfect timing to take a week off. The youngsters are back to school and as far as we can remember weather is still wonderful in September. Not to forget that tickets are cheaper again!
During low season you’ll finally be able to score the best deals. But before you start daydreaming about your next adventurous destination re-consider checking the travel essentials in your luggage.
It often happens that you realize you forgot an important travel necessity once you’ve checked in at your hotel room abroad. And by that time, it’s probably too late.
That’s why we wrote you a friendly reminder, listing a few travel essentials you absolutely can’t forget back home.
Time matters
Time is one of the most crucial factors when you’re planning a trip. Especially when you suffer from the procrastination disease. Again, when it’s time to plan the trip be sure to start packing beforehand. Don’t be a last-minute person. Because that will only add stress to your journey.
Be efficient
Pack light and be efficient. It’s worth a try notably in case your baggage allowance is minimal. If that’s the case we recommend you to preserve your 1st suitcase for the pieces who take more room. On the other hand, your carry-on bag should contain the smaller and essential things.
For those who don’t like folding. Try rolling your clothes instead. That’s a trick we learned from MR. PORTER to save space in the main bag.
The following tips may cost a bit more but at least they’ll simplify your trip. So here you have em’ 6 travel essentials you can’t forget back home:
  • a portable charger
  • headphones
  • a travel adaptor

The same one that got Drake all charged up. To understand the joke read our recent article where we talked about Drake.

Where to shop? Macy’s

  • a magazine or two

Nobody hates waiting as much as we do. We always bring along a magazine or two to stay busy until boarding time.

  • an extra garment

To protect yourself from catching a cold along the flight to your exotic destination. Bring a supplementary clothing piece to layer up. It can be a jacket, cardigan, hoodie or blazer. Choose any interchangeable item that can still make your travel outfit look refined.

  • comfy travel shoes

If you find yourself in an airport as big as JFK, London Heathrow or Paris-Charles de Gaulle, we suggest you wear a pair of sneakers. Because all the rest will only slow you down.

Where to shop? Jill Sander sneakers, Isabel Marant jacket, Joseph camel coat

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