You know you're a part of the jet set when you have a "go bag"—you know, a bag that already has your bare essentials packed up and ready to go at a moment's notice of adventure. Even if you're not living that life, having your must-haves curated to perfection is worth working toward. From a snuggly blanket to cuddle up under to cute headphones and a notebook for capturing ideas and bits of caught conversations, this is what you should pack each time you take to the skies—make sure you keep these things in your handbag too. We know you'll agree.
When you're on a long-haul flight you'll need something to tide you over. These stylish headphones are well-padded to keep your ears comfortable for hours while you watch movies or listen to music.
Don't be fooled by its mini title, this Mophie packs a ton of juice for its size. The pocket-sized beauty provides as much as twice the battery life for your smartphone. Now you can snap to your hearts content.
When you're pulling a suitcase in one hand and holding your travel documents in the other, the last thing you want is a handbag dragging your shoulder down. This handy backpack will keep your hands and shoulders free.
Stay fresh wherever you go with the handy Aesop traveling set. The aromatherapy will delight the senses and invigorate your soul.
Ever have that moment where you can't find your boarding pass as you're about to get on the plane? We've all been there. Prevent that dreaded feeling with this stylish travel wallet that not only holds your boarding pass but also your passport and other documents in the one place.
There's nothing more comforting than a cashmere blanket when you're stuck at an airport with a long overlay ahead. This will also keep you cozy on the plane when the temperatures dip.
Keeping a notepad handy is vital for jotting down memories and keeping track of all the sights, sounds, and cultural experiences that occur during your trip. You could type them into your phone or iPad, but it wouldn't be as romantic.
Even if you do purchase the Aesop Jet Set pack, there are some products you just can't leave home without. Instead of taking the whole bottle (which also takes up precious suitcase space) squeeze some into these handy travel tubes. The collar around the neck doubles as a label. Genius.
When you need to get some shut eye on a late-night flight, or even at your hotel, a mask will block out the light and help you adjust to the new time zone when jet lag sets in.
What do you pack every time you fly? Is there something we left off the list?