Essentials for Traveling in Comfort and Style, Plus a Gift Guide for Travelers

  1. Nancy B. says:

    Beth, wonderful post! You’ve introduced me to quite a few products that I wasn’t aware of. I’ve purchased Athleta clothing however, I haven’t really taken notice of the Brooklyn or Wander pant before. With you modeling them I am really considering them. This is one of the reasons I love your blog so much. You help bring great products to me ! Thank you. Have a great week!

  2. Linda says:

    I love my Longchamps tote but I only use it if I don’t have to carry it! It holds a ton of stuff which, of course, makes it too heavy to lug through the airport. When traveling by air I rely on only bags I know I can easily carry or roll through busy terminals .

    • Beth Djalali says:

      I only carry it on board if it’s zipped. But I love to take the expandable Longchamp tote on trips I know will include shopping. The extra space created with just a zip comes in handy. Then the tote turns into a suitcase! Otherwise, there are so many Longchamp totes to choose from that don’t have the expandable option.

    • Jeanette says:

      I have this tote, too. I bought it in Paris as soon as I saw it, but didn’t think it through. It gets way too heavy when expanded. I never use it when traveling by plane, in fact, I hardly ever use it.

      • Beth Djalali says:

        You can’t go wrong with a Longchamp tote that comes in several sizes. I love to bring this one on my travels as it serves as an extra suitcase on the way home
        if I’ve been shopping and have extra items to pack without going over weight.

  3. Dottie Willard says:

    Thank you Beth for your great tips throughout the year! I would never wear a white button up shirt when traveling for several reasons. First, I’m sure I would spill drink or food on it. Second, I would find it very uncomfortable to travel in. Give me a dark knit top!

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