Luggage sets. We’ve all seen them and heard about them. What’s the big deal? Is it really worth it? Do I need it all? Yes, yes and yes. We’re taking a minute to highlight the importance and great value of luggage sets, and why you need to put it on your list.
I recently came back from an overseas trip, and packing beforehand was a nightmare. I embarked on an organized group trip that required us to move around. A lot. I knew I wanted to pack lightly, but couldn’t quite fit 12 days into a carry on. I remember wishing I had a good in between sized piece of luggage, but all I had was my trusty carry on roller board and my gone-for-three-months-size ship through. Despite my best efforts, I ended up with the much too large bag which was less than fun to lug through the soft sands of the Israeli desert. If only someone had taught me the importance of owning variously sized luggage. To ensure no one else falls into that trap, I’m making the case for the luggage set. Yes, you need it.
It doesn’t matter if you are 26 or 62, with or without kids or even have a trip planned or not. At some point, you will need the options. The luggage set is ideal because it’s more cost and time effective than buying separate pieces. No need to remember what you have or what you need- you’ll have it all in one well-coordinated place.
Now the question becomes, what brand do I buy? There’s no wrong answer here, and it heavily depends on your current stock and luggage personality. I tend to lean towards classic and timeless, but there are great options for that side and something more fun and creative.
If you’re like me, Wenger SwissGear is your go-to. The traditional designs and colors of the pieces make a statement without being overwhelming. The iconic SwissGear logo instantly exudes the dependability and durability equated with Swiss made products. Each case is equipped with padded laptop compartments and thoughtful organization pockets and straps to ensure hassle free packing and unpacking.
If you’re looking for something with a little more personality, the new Skulls & Roses line from IT Luggage is where you should start. IT luggage is known for its trademark patented lightweight luggage pieces that allow for easy maneuvering through busy airports or city streets. Don’t let the lightweight technology fool you; these cases are put through extreme quality control tests and come out on top.
Be prepared, and plan for the future now. Don’t be that girl dragging a massive suitcase through the desert. I for sure won’t make that mistake…again.