Traveling around the holidays isn’t always the most festive experience. From delayed flights to large crowds to long lines, there are so many opportunities for things to go wrong. Enter our checklist of essential items to pack, so whatever happens, you can keep calm and…carry on.
IT’S IN THE BAG
Plenty of interior pockets, an outside pocket and a water-resistant fabric make our Pivot Tote perfect for holiday travel.
WHAT TO PACK
Keep your energy up with nutritious snacks that also taste good, like apple slices or a PB&J sandwich. Because who really wants to rely on airplane food?
2. An Extra Change of Clothes
You never know what could happen—delays, an unfortunate spill or worse—your bags get lost. The Mae outfit will solve all your problems with its easy-to-move-in Salar Capri and super cozy sweater.
Tune out that crying baby or family members that you ‘just can’t’ with right now.
4. Portable Phone Charger
Because not being able to use your phone isn’t an option.
5. Face spray
The filtered air on the airplane is not good for anyone’s skin. Rehydrate with a refreshing spritz of face spray.
Make use of this much-needed downtime and get lost in that book you’ve been meaning to read.
Fresh breath is always a good idea. And you’ll be happy you have it if you happen to get stuck at the airport or on a long flight.
8. Calming Lavender Lotion
A two-in-one lifesaver. The lotion soothes your dry skin + the lavender scent keeps nerves and travel anxiety at bay.
9. Neck pillow
Bring some of the comforts of home with you so you can get a little rest before the holiday craziness begins.
10. Chunky convertible neck warmer
Stay warm (and stylish) in our soft, chunky knit neck warmer. It also doubles as a hood if the weather takes a turn.
Happy travels! For more holiday survival tips, stay tuned to our blog for new ideas every day.