***Special thanks to Steamline Luggage for sponsoring this post! All opinions are my own.***
If you’ve been following along on my Instagram stories for the past month or so, you’ll have seen that we’ve been working hard on decorating our rustic-vintage guest bedroom (inspired by the Airbnb we stayed at in New York recently). We’ve been doing plenty of local thrifting to score unique finds, but ultimately, I think my Steamline Luggage completes the vintage vibe of the room. Who doesn’t love luggage that’s not only visually appealing, but also fun to take along on trips? David & I had our 4 year anniversary last week, but we’ll be celebrating later this month somewhere cooler to escape this desert heat. Cannot wait to travel in style with my new babies!
Ever since I shared a sneak peek of my luggage a couple months ago in New York City, I’ve had an overwhelming number of people ask me where I got it. So, today I’m sharing more about it in time for your summer travels! I am beyond ecstatic to have the opportunity to work with such a lovely brand because their handcrafted suitcases are super chic and totally feed to my vintage obsession lately. Steamline offers an abundance of beautiful collections and I literally want them all! For this partnership, they graciously gifted their new Editor collection in teal to me. I’ve gotten countless compliments on the set since – on the plane, on the road, and in our guest room! Not only is the exterior design iconic, the interior lining is stunning, too. I adore the palm leaf print inside the Editor suitcases. It truly resonates with my love for palm trees & desert living 😉
On our recent trip to New York City, I brought the carry-on luggage and the small hat box with me. I did not dare check them in; instead, they traveled with me on the plane! Baggage claim can be pretty reckless from my experience. I love that I was able to organize my carry-on essentials nicely, and having the wheels on the suitcase made it so much easier to get around efficiently. I used to take a larger duffel bag with me on the plane, and it was always a hassle to lug around because it was so heavy. The small hat box is a great statement bag as well. It even comes with adjustable straps that are easy on the shoulders!
Road trips are so much more fun with Steamline Luggage. I enjoy traveling with this gorgeous set when I’m able to carefully stow each suitcase in my trunk. The different hat box sizes (small, large, deluxe) allow me to bring different hats of various shapes and sizes with no worries about them being crushed on the ride. Generally, David takes the carry-on size suitcase because he doesn’t bring as much with him on trips. I mean, naturally the girl in the relationship always acts like they’re packing away their entire closet with them on every getaway, right? It can’t be just me – haha! In all seriousness though, the Stowaway allows me to fit all my clothes for a few days, along with shoes & accessories, and other day-to-day essentials. What more could I ask for? 🙂
How do you travel in style? Do you have a favorite luggage brand?