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Only thing missing is the plane ticket.
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Vacationing and exploring are fun, but getting there? Not so much. Thankfully, these finds will make crowded planes, trains, and cars *much* more tolerable.
Cute, practical, and personalized? Done.
Fossil Passport Case, $55; zappos.com.
Cat nap in style. 😺
Slip Silk Eye Mask, $45; netaporter.com.
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Altitude and skin aren't a great combo, so gift these under-eye-saving masks for an instant post-landing refresh. Plus, Karlie Kloss swears by them.
Signs Eye Mask, $115 for 14 sheets; sk-ii.com.
Keep your most precious cargo, AKA your makeup, organized with this charming case.
Cosmetics Case 22, $85; coach.com.
A splurge gift for the jetsetter that already has everything: this li'l guy will be unmistakable at the luggage carousel.
Fendi Monster Fur-Trim Luggage Tag, $650; bergdorfgoodman.com.
When there's no in-flight entertainment or Wi-Fi, whip out this stylish set of playing cards.
Travel Playing Cards Set, $40; markandgraham.com.
A sleek laptop case with a padded interior, to keep your electronics safe and sound no matter what turbulence you hit.
Marc Jacobs Commuter Case, $95; shopbop.com.
Because we're not ones to travel without our favorite cosmetics—but we're also not about to let them out of our sight in a checked bag.
Bobbi Brown Empties, $15; nordstrom.com.
This kit comes with everything that you need to mix up an Old Fashioned on board–something that will certainly make the 24-hr. flight go down easier.
Old Fashion Carry-On Kit, $24; flight001.com.
A handy bag with handles and a strap to board as a carry-on, equipped for all day-tripping needs once you hit your destination. Plus, it's super easy to clean and re-use on multiple occasions.
Duck Bag, $26; baggu.com.
Pack your bags car.