Gift Guide for the Jetsetter

Got a savvy and stylish jetsetter in your life? Shop Latitude shares their top picks for holiday travel gifts. Don't worry, we won’t tell if you decide to do a little shopping for yourself, too.
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Travel in Style

This Chori passport cover from Mumbai-based label Play Clan stylishly shields your can’t-live-without travel essential. Its vibrant Indian print will instantly evoke memories of the traveler-on-your-list’s many global jaunts.

Ready, Jet-Set, Go!

Travel can be arduous, no matter how thrilling the destination. To regain your composure on arrival, Aesop recommends a shower, a long walk, a delicious meal and liberal use of the 4 products in the jet-set kit. This is the perfect gift to pamper the person on your list who’s always on the go.

Tropical Tote

Give the gift of the tropics with Mexican designer Sara Beltran’s cotton canvas tote -- the chicest choice for carrying vacation essentials. The stylish jetsetter in your life will love this bag that does double duty as an everyday clutch and for a night out on the town, too.

Practical Meets Playful

Practical meets playful with our Yakshagana eye mask from Mumbai-based label Play Clan. Now you can doze in cheeky style aboard a plane, train or in your home. This must-have accessory will ensure a peaceful slumber for globetrotters of all ages.

Tech Savvy

Not only is this felt pouch perfect as a handbag or iPad cover, a portion of the profits from the sale of this unique black Nepal clutch is invested in educating girls in the country where the bag was made.

Global Notes

Need a gift for a travel lover who loves to write? This set of journals is the ultimate fusion of fashion and function. They're the perfect place to jot down travel notes and chronicle memories while on the road.

Tie on a Tassel

Surprise the traveler on your list this year with this global chic tassel. Originally pom-pom tassels were used to adorn camels in India, but we like them repurposed as luggage tags, holiday ornaments and napkin rings!

Embrace the Eclectic

A colorful twist on tradition, these orange Babbouche slippers from the Moroccan Bazaar are a global way to lounge. Give them to the travel buff on your list as an exotic take on a classic gift for the holidays.

Symbols of Chic

Thought to protect its wearer from ill fortune, the “evil eye” symbol has always been the talisman of choice for the chic women we know. This simple yet striking evil eye charm necklace was discovered in Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar. Give it to the globetrotting gal in your life, so she’ll always be protected (and stylish) on her travels.

Carry On

Give a little touch of the Big Apple with this New York City Tote. This 100% organic cotton tote can easily hold groceries or an overflow of souvenirs, and be tucked inside a handbag or luggage.

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