I’m not going anywhere if I get forget my passport, so keep it safe in this Ted Baker cover as I find it easier to spot in my bag. For all my travel documents and tickets, I use this hologram wallet from ASOS which helps keep everything together and stops me having a blind panic when I can’t find anything.
I’ll spare you the details on exactly which clothes I take with me, but when you’ve only got your carry on it’s important to be resourceful and not take up too much space, so I try to pre-plan outfits ahead of time so I know exactly what I’ll need.
To keep jewellery, underwear and shoes separate, I use these adorable linen bags from H&M which are also perfect as turning into a laundry bag mid trip. For my travel toiletries, I use this Ted Baker Distinguished Rose Wash Bag (are you seeing a theme yet?) which is the perfect size to carry everything under the 100ml restriction.
As I’m a bad blogger and haven’t invested in a camera case yet, I wrap my DSLR in clothes to make sure it’s protected, and slot it beside my GHD straighteners, sunglasses and makeup bag so they’re easy to reach when I land. I also keep my chargers, headphones and adaptors together so they and don’t get tangled or lost.
For on the plane itself, I like to carry a super hydrating moisturiser with me as the plane air is so drying, and my companion of choice is always the Origin’s Drink Up Intensive Overnight Moisturiser. I also like to take my Kindle with me to keep me entertained, particularly when it’s a short flight and theres no in-flight entertainment, I’m currently reading The Accident by C.L Taylor which I couldn’t recommend more. As I often struggle to sleep in new places, I like to take an eye mask with me, not only for the plane but for those pesky hotel curtains that like to let morning light in. I also like to take an antibacterial hand gel with me, because germs freak me out, and I’m constantly using it when on the plane.