A Few Travel Trimmings This Spring

Nothing can add a spark to travel like a bit of fun accessorising. I have my eyes on a few things:

Like the cute travel tag from Etsy (’tis my featured shot for the post) which recalls the words penned for Catherine Morland (ref: Northanger Abbey). The leather tag scores by merely inscribing one of my favourite author’s (and I bet yours too) words on it.

(https://www.etsy.com/listing/232235365/leather-travel-quote-luggage-or-bag-tag?utm_source=Pinterest&utm_medium=PageTools&utm_campaign=Share)

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A black & tan roll top rucksack, again from Etsy, which doubles up as a travel bag. It does not look frilly or feminine, just quiet grown-up chic.

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(https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/220894617/leather-and-waxed-canvas-backpack-roll)

If you want to be playful and add colour to your travel essentials, The Darling Trap does a cheeky polka-dotted lingerie case. Why let your lingerie float around in the suitcase feeling unloved?

(http://thedarlingtrap.com/product/darling-trap-travel-lingerie-bra-bag-organizer/)

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There are also these lingerie cases from Mochi that come in burnt orange, peachy pink and deep wine tones.

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(http://www.mochithings.com/products/13764)

When I am packing my trinkets in, I always find myself looking for small pouches and bags. This should be a nifty way of organising my pretty somethings.

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(http://www.ross-simons.com/products/522864.html)

There is nothing like indulging in a spot of yoga in the mornings before you set out for the day during your travels. Here’s a much-needed non-slip yoga mat that can easily fit in the luggage, without taking up the entire bottom of the suitcase.

(https://www.manduka.com/eu/yoga-mats/eko-mats/eko-superlite-travel-mat-eu.html)

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A folding travel kettle sounds a bit unreal does it not? But a designer has come up with exactly such a kettle that is made of silicone. It is yet to be put out on the market but when it does, I shall be in the queue. I cannot bear the thought of a room without a kettle in it — oh, the harrowing idea of no tea in the morning.

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(http://www.ippinka.com/blog/novel-folding-kettle/)

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