Travel Girl Gift Guide: The Shopper

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Happy Thursday and welcome to Day 4 of my Travel Girl Gift Guides! All week long, I’ve been sharing my top tips for shopping for travel girls this holiday season. We’ve already met The Adventurer, The Glam Girl and The Instagram Goddess. Today, we’ll get to know The Shopper. Plus, be sure to stay tuned to read my last gift guide tomorrow and be sure to let me know which travel girl persona sounds most like you!

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Who is The Shopper?

For her, part of the beauty of traveling is getting the chance to shop in new stores. From department stores to boutiques to grocery stores, she can find something she loves just about everywhere. She always responds to compliments with a smooth “thanks, I picked it up in Paris” and is your go-to girl when you’re looking for a place to spend an afternoon shopping in a new city.

Shopping for a shopper can be tough, but think about how you can help her carry her new purchases home, or find a wallet that will make her smile in every store, and you’re sure to delight her.

(Is this you? If you’re a Shopper, send this post along to a friend who’s lost trying to shop for you. She’ll thank you later.)

For her, part of the beauty of traveling is getting the chance to shop in new stores. Shop for the shopper on Sparkle in her Suitcase.

1. Metallic Clutch, $95 | 2. Lonely Planet’s “The Best Things in Life Are Free,” $16 | 3. Striped Packable Tote, $62 | 4. Packing Cubes Essentials Kit, $115 | 5. Floral Packable Tote, $42 | 6. Luggage Scale, $17 | 7. Marc Jacobs Bow Front Wallet, $200 | 8. Monocle Tokyo Travel Guide, $11 | 9. Monocle London Travel Guide, $11 | 10. Monocle New York Travel Guide, $11

Keep her suitcase packed and organized with packing cubes (these are the ones I use), and underweight with a luggage scale. If she can’t stay within the size of her suitcase, be sure she has a packable tote. Monocle travel guides are my favorite for local tips for shopping spots (as well as where to eat and sites to see), but if she really should be saving for her next shopping spree, offer a little hint with “The Best Things in Life Are Free” from Lonely Planet.

Which of these picks could you use for your next travel shopping spree? Let me know in the comments.


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