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The Considered Gift Guide: For A Traveller

What to buy for those of us who can’t stay still


Felicity Robinson

Beautiful, well-designed accessories make every trip more enjoyable, even if it’s just a work overnighter. Here, we’ve pulled together some of the most stylish products around, from the gorgeous thermal bottle from S’well (which has donated $1.4million to UNICEF since 2017) to a Kathmandu pack made from recycled plastic bottles.

Drunk Elephant

The Littles travel minis
$120

Kathmandu

Solus backpack
$59.98

Phone charger

Powertraveller solar panel
$137.15

S'well

White marble traveller
$35

Organic cotton and linen are not only good for the environment but age beautifully, too. Cloth & Co scarves are ethically made in India in partnership with local artisans, and come in several beautiful colourways.

Weekender bag

Urban Originals
$99.95

Linen Scarf

Cloth & Co
$130

We love Bellroy products, particularly this sling, which is made from sustainable fabrics and comes with a three-year warranty.

Down vest

Patagonia
$229.95

Miles luggage tag

Stitch & Hide
$27.50

Sling

Bellroy
$129
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BY Felicity Robinson

Felicity is the co-founder of Primer and has her eye on the cheery weekender

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