Restrictions have finally eased both here in the UK and in many countries abroad, meaning that for the first time in a long time, holidays are looking more possible.
Staycation or vacation, buying hand luggage is an investment worth making. Otherwise you’ll probably find yourself paying out hefty fees if you risk taking on a bag that doesn’t quite fit in Ryanair’s hand luggage measuring contraption. We’ve all been there.
There are so many cute holdalls and rucksacks available too, with pretty pastel bags from The North Face, chic suitcases from Zara and leather holdalls from Rains and Sandqvist. We’re all so ready to spend on designer handbags, but if you’re anything like me, I never consider buying travel bags until it’s too late.
This year, I’ve set myself the goal of becoming more organised – and that includes travel accessories. I’ve searched low and high for some of the most stylish and wearable travel bags, and these are my favourites.
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Weekend Bag, £59, Rains – buy now
Nayogi Flocked Cotton-canvas Weekend bag, £165, Isabel Marant – buy now
Classic Barrel Bag, £80, Fred Perry – buy now
Refined Sustainable Weekender Bag in Navy, £175, Hunter – buy now
Trade Luggage Carry-On Large, £170, Herschel Supply – buy now
Quilted Weekender Bag, now £180, Marc Jacobs at Farfetch – buy now
Rigid Carry-on Suitcase, £99.99, Zara – buy now
Mint & White Backpack, £85, Fjallraven Kanken at Urban Outfitters – buy now
Marlin Utility Holdall Red, £47, Consigned at Wolf & Badger – buy now
Zack New, £165, Sandqvist – buy now
Soundbox Expandable Four-wheel Cabin Suitcase, £120, American Tourister at Selfridges – buy now
Base Camp Duffel, £100, The North Face – buy now
The Core Roll Pack 20L, £80, Millican – buy now