The best carry-on luggage around.
Get your Easter trip off to a flying start – with quick and easy to hold luggage.
From Paris to Rome and anywhere you can recreate the scene from a movie – city breaks are an excellent way to feel as you take on your holiday this Easter, without using up that all important annual leave allowance.
But as a basic rule of quick jet-setting, you can’t be dealing with holding luggage as you holiday.
Cabin bags are a city-break essential – carry on your luggage instead of waiting hours to reclaim your valuables and you will have more time to explore your new urban temporary home.
Our first will be Gucci, Basically this is a weekend bag to end all weekend bags isn’t it? Much handy for your Easter travel. After you’ve seen it, you can pretty much wave goodbye to any excitement for other tote bags in the universe.
The best thing about Saint Luke’s cabin bags? The lining! This one has pineapple lining and a handy little inner pocket. Saint Luke does a range of sizes – this one is their ‘long haul’ option so it’s quite big.
Does it get any cuter than Karl Lagerfeld’s jetsetter bag, complete with Choupette patch.
Tumi’s offering is certainly the practical option. It’s roomy, so you can pack more than one pair of shoes, plus it has some outside compartments for easy access to valuables in the security queue. A great investment.
The Balenciaga leather textured shopper was basically a street styler’s dream last season and despite its enormous size, you might just make it onto a plane with it. So go on, be the most fashion-forward Easter city-breaker traveler out there.
A Snip at only €25, this cheap Monday bag is great for the no-fuss weekend travel.
So adorable. Painfully expensive, but completely adorable. The perfect fit for your Easter travel.
The oncada shopper by Adidas Originals is probably big enough to squeeze in a spare pair of trainers, a change of clothes and some mini-toiletries.
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Written by : Eromosele Patrick Eidusi
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