Christmas Gift Guide: Jetsetter
On an earlier travel post this year, I talked about some essentials for travel. Almost a year later, I wanted to share some gift ideas for the jetsetter. However, this time, a bit on the luxury side.
Tote – A tote that can hold your laptop, shoes and all your traveling necessities that can double as a work tote? Yes, please.
Scarf – I saw Lydia feature this scarf and I hadn’t thought about bringing one on a plane before, but she’s right. Since it can get really cold on a plane, there’s nothing like a beautiful and soft scarf in your favorite shade to wrap up in!
Travel Mirror – Most hotel rooms I’ve been in don’t have great lighting to do your makeup. This travel mirror comes with a case so you can set up wherever you want and do your makeup! For around $120, I think it’s worth it for the globetrotter in your life.
Portable charger – I’ve had this charger for almost a year and it’s saved me during my travels as well as when I’m out and about. I did a ton of research before I bought my charger and this one lives up to the reviews! It has four charges and leftover charges still holds until you use it. I linked a different-colored charger below, but this is the exact rose gold Mophie Powerstation I have (under $70)!
Travel Hairdryer – I’ve heard a lot about the T3 brand and I’ve been dying to try their curling wand trio set (dear Santa, I’ve been really good!) so why not try their travel blow dryer (on sale for $99)? Funny story, in 2010, I went on a cruise with my girlfriends. My friend and I went out on the deck every single day to air dry our hair because we couldn’t find the blowdryer in our cabin thinking it didn’t come with one.
Lo and behold, there was one and we didn’t know until about three days before our cruise was over! Yep. It was in the drawer instead of hanging on the back of the door like a normal room would have! Sarah and Rachel still have not let it go and I don’t think they ever will, lol!
Eye Mask – I love eye masks and for $6/pair, this is a great stocking stuffer for the jetsetter on your list. Pop it in the fridge at the hotel and it’s the best after-flight pampering one can give herself! Depuff the eyes and add hydration right back into the skin and it’ll be as if you hadn’t just stepped off a plane!
Noise Canceling Headphones – I know these are pretty pricey, but if you’re going to get yourself or gift a pair, might as well do it and save some money with deals during this time of the year, right? I heard that these do a great job canceling noise and if you’re going to sit next to crying babies/kids or the jet engines, these will be the gift that keeps on giving, haha!
Cardholder – This beautiful cardholder is so easy to fill with important cards and throw in your bag. Whether its a gift for someone or for yourself, this is a great luxury gift that can be used all year long! Cardholders this nice run around $250 each.
Travel Dry Shampoo – I tried Oribe’s shampoo several months ago and I loved the smell so much, so great-smelling dry shampoo on the go? Of course!
Travel Moisterizer Kit – For under $100, the perfect skincare on-the-go regimen to fight dry “airplane” skin is La Mer. Aside from drinking lots of water, the beauty lover on your list knows that skincare is important especially while traveling. Check out my thoughts on La Mer from an earlier post I published this spring!
Sleep Mask – If you can nap on a plane, why not sleep better by blocking the window light or someone’s reading light? I’ve never used a sleep mask ($45/pair) on a plane or at home, but I wouldn’t mind getting a silk one as a gift to try it out!
Carry-on Suitcase – A cute blush carry-on with a plug in to charge your devices? Is there any other feature that would make a luggage great? I don’t think so. For $225 for a carry-on? I think that’s a great deal for the charging feature if you ask me. You also have 12 colors to choose from!
And that is all for today’s post, friends! I’m still recovering from last week so forgive me if I misspell something or if my grammar is off!
SHOP FOR THE TRAVELER:
How about you?
If you consider yourself a jetsetter, what would you like from this gift guide?
Don’t forget to check out my massive Holiday Gift Guide, if you’re looking for gifts for others on your list!