A gift guide for globetrotters who like to travel in style

A gift guide for globetrotters who like to travel in style


Presents that won’t need a return trip: A gift guide for globetrotters who like to travel in style

  • Bookworms will love Assouline’s collection of travel coffee table books
  • Make packing a breeze with July’s Carry On Light double wheel suitcase
  • READ MORE: Where the world wants to spend Christmas

Know someone who is always jetting off to fabulous destinations?

Help them take their travels to the next level with these chic yet affordable gifts.

Whether they’d appreciate a smart cabin bag to keep their airport aesthetic on point or a gorgeous beauty kit, our guide is brimming with present ideas that will delight this Christmas…


We’re often told that travelling is hard on the mind and body, especially long-haul. 

The White Company’s Wellness On-the-Go set, £35, is perfect for a long-haul flight 

The White Company’s Wellness On-the-Go set is aimed at even the weariest traveller.

The compact case is filled with calming scents, a lip mask and a muscle restore gel. 

Details: £35, thewhitecompany.co.uk.


Journey across the globe with Assouline’s travel coffee table books, from £91

From Mexico City to Monte Carlo, Marrakech and Mykonos, Assouline Books’ travel series will help you explore the globe from the comfort of your armchair.

Each edition is beautifully designed and coffee table sized.

They are focused on one destination so as to give the full picture of their subject.

Assouline also has a range of candles to accompany each book and give a sense of each destination.

Details: Books from £91, assouline.com.


Comfort is key when you trek from one end of the terminal to the other.

This is where Cariuma trainers come in, designed with mamona oil and cork insoles, promising an incredibly comfortable fit.

The shoes come in various colours from simple white to brighter yellows, pinks and even leopard-print.

Details: From £79, eur.cariuma.com.


Above, our model wears Cariuma trainers (£79), Farringdon Pink Taslonbag (£39.95), Chinti & Parker tracksuit (joggers, £95, and jumper, £95) and July’s Carry On Light suitcase (£225)

With baggage restrictions tighter than ever, the chore of packing has never been more tedious.

So a good suitcase is crucial and July’s Carry On Light promises to be the lightest double wheel suitcase in the world.

It comes in a range of bright colours and add-ons include a power bank.

Details: From £225, July.com/uk.


Give the gift of art with a print by Lindy Branson, Sir Richard’s sister

Lindy Branson, Sir Richard’s artist sister, has fallen in love with olive trees.

Her gorgeous prints (some of which have pride of place in her brother’s Son Bunyola hotel in Majorca) are now available in a variety of sizes from £120 and make for the perfect Christmas present.

Details: Email [email protected].


The days of travelling in tailored suits, dresses and heels have long gone.

The likes of footballer Erling Haaland and the actor Sophie Turner think it’s fine to wear pyjamas on a flight.

We think comfort and style don’t have to be mutually exclusive, as evidenced with Chinti & Parker’s cashmere tracksuit, which is available at Marks & Spencer in a variety of colours.

Details: Joggers, £95, and jumper, £95, at marksandspencer.com.


This jewellery box from Stow can be personalised for that extra special touch 

Keeping track of your jewellery has never been simpler with the leather Hester Case from Stow. Its compact size makes it easy to place in your bag, but it also has enough space for jewellery, a watch or cufflinks.

The case comes in a variety of coloured leathers and can be engraved with up to three initials.

Details: £120, stowlondon.co.uk.

The Razor foldable scooter, £74, will help keep kids occupied on your travels 


Packing up the family into the car is never straightforward.

And when it comes to children, there’s always the space required for things to keep them occupied, but the Razor foldable scooter is here to help.

It’s lightweight and easily folds up so it can be packed in the boot.

The convenience by no means trumps quality.

Details: £74, decathlon.co.uk.


Passport, keys, wallet, water bottle, mobile phone – all essentials that are easy to go missing.

So here’s where the Farringdon Pink Taslonbag comes in.

It can be worn over the shoulder on the front or back and folds up neatly so that it’ll fit into any bag.

There are multiple pockets inside and it’s water-resistant, too.

Details: £39.95, rokalondon.com.

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