style spotter: the lazy travelers holiday gift guide


Ahhh, the holidays. The time of year when lights are twinkling, Santa’s nose is crinkling, and we all get to feel extra greedy. Err, giving. That’s right! Gift guide time.

We’ve seen no shortage of gift guides around — gifts for him, gifts for her, gifts for kids, gifts for travelers. But what oh what do you get the most fashionable travel-loving lady in your life? You know the one: she has a penchant for champagne and blowing most paychecks on airline tickets.

Lucky for you, we know two such girls. Since we’re always here to help, we present to you: gifts we would give each other in a heartbeat (see also: gifts we would ask from our significant others, family, or loyal readers) (jokes). All items are inspired by our travels, things we wish we had on recent trips, or things we really want for our next getaway.

And thus, we present to you:

the gift guide!

the official LT holiday gift guide

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1 // Jonathan Adler Richard Nixon Throw, Camel/Natural| Jonathan Adler, $295.00

2 // “Escape the Ordinary” Candle | Kate Spade, $40.00

3 // LUXE World Grand Tour Travel Guide Box | Shop Latitude, $110 

4 // Sonia Kashuk Limited Edition “Classic Chic” 4 pc Brush Set | Target, $21.99 

5 // Non Je Ne Regrette Rien – Wall Print | Sarah & Bendrix, £25.00

6 // Essie Nail Effects | Essie, $6.00

7 // Eclipse Ring | Lulu Frost, $132.00

8 // The French Dog | Coffee Table Book, $21.00

9 // Fleur de Lis Knobstopper Wine Stopper in Gold | Hester & Cook, $22.00

10 // Classic Large White Trunk | The Little Market, $450

Girls, feel free to use this to guide you toward the perfect gifts for your own bestie, or to pass along to your other halves who just have no clue.

And tell us: what’s on your list this year?


the romantic & the wino





    • December 12, 2013 / 15:20

      essie is tres expensive in europe, mrs. o!! one of the things i’m missing most. we’ll have to save the china upgrades for when we have more permanent housing/kitchens large enough for more than a few sets of plates 😉
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  1. December 17, 2013 / 12:20

    I’ve always wanted a classic travel trunk. I love the one you chose.

    • December 17, 2013 / 13:21

      it seems totally unreasonable when you think of lugging it around, but like, miiiight be willing to do so for fashion’s sake…

  2. Pola (@jettingaround)
    December 19, 2013 / 23:14

    That. Trunk.

    If I had one, I think I’d take a long train trip in Europe. You just have to.
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