Christmas Gift Guide 2016: Jet Setters


Wouldn’t we all love to be a part of the jet set? Many of us have those friends who are always on the move, so why not give them a gift to make their travels more pleasant!

To plan the next adventure, Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Travelist is a great tool; it ranks the 500 best places to visit in the world with insider tips and handy travel hacks. If your traveller is more of a homebird at heart, I love this ‘London’ canvas print, which is small enough to be packed and taken away to transform any hotel room into a home from home too.

If you want to give your loved one the gift of a peaceful travelling experience, there’s a few gorgeous gift options out there. Kiss The Moon’s After Dark Balm is packed with essential oils and, when tapped onto the pulse points, can help soothe and calm the senses and aid a restful night’s sleep. For frequent flyers, this In Flight Kit includes earplugs, an eye mask and a travel pillow for a soothing flying experience. And to give that sense of ‘home from home’, Cowshed’s Knackered Cow Travel Candles are filled with relaxing lavender and eucalyptus and will alleviate any worries and stresses while they’re away.

Kit to make the travelling experience easier is always a great gift. A card holder is pretty and practical, and you don’t get much prettier than this chic Kate Spade one! And along the lines of chic and practical, this navy quilted weekender bag is a suits-all option that allows plenty of space for all of those ‘essentials’. And finally, get a trip to start with a flourish, with this ingenious Carry-On Cocktail Kit, designed to take onboard so they can mix themselves a Moscow Mule during takeoff – what more could you want?



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