My 5 favorite travel accessories this Fall

I have been traveling for quite a while and some of the things I am always on the look out for are great travel accessories. I look for items that will not only make my life easier but are easy to use. So without further ado here are my 5 favorite travel accessories this fall.

Disclaimer: None of the products listed are paid advertisements. I am endorsing them because I paid for them myself, use them and love them. I have also provided the links if you would like to purchase your own.

Ultimate Travel 11 pcs Set by Kit.sch


Kit.sch is a cute website where you can create your own care bundles or shop for individual items you might need. Their 11 pc Ultimate Travel set is fantastic. The flat pack bottles are a space saver. All of the bottles are easy to fill and are spill proof which is fantastic when you’re traveling. It also comes with it’s own TSA approved case. If you’re in the market for a new travel kit pick up one of these.

Kit.sch Ultimate Travel 11 pcs Set $12

Lululemon Vinyasa Scarf


If you’re looking for an item that can not only be a scarf but a blanket look no further. Lululemon has done the job beautifully and I will swear by this scarf. I have had it for over five years and I do not travel without it. (I’m wearing it in the double scarf version above.) It is a must buy. It’s convertible so you can wear it as a shirt or a scarf or a shawl. On flights it opens up to become a blanket. I absolutely love it and it’s worth the money.

Lululemon Vinyasa Scarf $48

Flex Flap Cell Phone Holder by AIRGLO


Have you been looking for a way to hang your phone or tablet from the seat back when you fly? Are you tired of looking down at the screen when it can be comfortably positioned at eye level? I purchased this for a trip I took in February and now I wonder where it’s been all my life. The Flex Flap was created by a flight attendant who saw a need. It is light and strong and it can hold a full sized IPad! It is completely pliable so you can put in any position you need it to be. It lays flat when you’re not using it and takes up no space in your luggage. I find that I’m using it all the time as a desk stand until we can fly again.

Flex Flap Cell Phone holder by AIRGLO $9.99

Lululemon Belt Bag


Ok, I know another Lululemon item but I have to say I searched a long time for a bag that I could switch from a belt bag to a crossbody and this one did the trick. I have a 3L version that they don’t happen to make anymore but this one is fantastic. It’s lightweight and packs down to nothing. I usually use it as my purse when I travel because it’s big enough to fit everything you need for a day out exploring.

Lululemon Belt Bag $38 

Vessi Sneakers


If there is one take away from this list, let it be these sneakers. It is the one accessory that I cannot travel without. These sneakers are not only comfortable but they are breathable, warm and waterproof. Yes, I said it WATERPROOF! I have jumped in puddles, dipped my feet in lakes to wash them off and not once have I felt any bit of water seep through. On top of it all the sneaker has a great footbed and are easy to run in, if you get the version with the laces you can tighten them up before a run or hike for more support. They are also lightweight so if you choose to pack them, they don’t add any weight to your luggage.

Vessi Everyday or Cityscape $135

So that’s my top 5 fall travel accessories. What are some of your recommendations? Let me know in the comments. Until next time.

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