Chic travel accessories that will make you feel like an adult


Let’s be real: Even just owning luggage is already quite the foray into adulthood, but today we dare to implore you take it one step further. Not to worry, all we’re proposing is one little baby step by way of travel accessories. Sure, they are easy to look over or pass off as unnecessary, but, coming from someone who travels bimonthly, I can tell you that even the smallest travel accessories are not only quite functional, but make you feel that much more like an established, organized adult. So, from toiletry bags that will keep your makeup in its place to luggage tags that will make spotting your suitcase on the conveyor belt that much easier, we’ve rounded up some of the best travel companions for your next trip. 

Picks:  

— Typo Foam Neck Pillow (cottonon.com, $25). Complete comfort no matter the mode of transportation  

— Sonix Tamarindo Portable Power Bank ( www.urbanoutfitters.com  

— Sudio Regent Leather Headphones ( www.net-a-porter.com  

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