When it comes to travelling with your new bride or groom, it’s important that your luggage does more than carry your belongings—it needs to be sharp and trendy. At World Bride Magazine, we want to make sure your luggage is perfect in every way, just like your spouse. Here are our top three luggage picks that we recommend you use on your next trip:
Burberry is known for its elegance and class so it’s no surprise they put as much detail and care into their luggage as they do their fashion. This suitcase is made of 100% London calf leather with a reinforced base and lockable, zip-around closure. It includes interior and exterior zip pockets for additional storage space. This Burberry piece comes in stylish black, navy, tan and red and is available for $2,995. With this, you’re guaranteed a sophisticated, secure and strong suitcase.
2.) TUMI Osborne Four-Wheeled International Carry-On
Attention to detail, classic styling and organizational efficiency are important to the TUMI design. TUMI uses only the finest leathers and fabrics and this expandable carry-on is no exception to quality materials. This piece is versatile and easy to maneuver and includes interior compartments for accessories and garments. It is expandable up to two inches for more space when needed. This carry-on is available in gray or black and sells for $1,325. I’ve always admired similar carry-on bags and with this, you and your spouse are sure to be fashionable crowd-pleasers.
3.) Zegna Printed Leather Trolley Carry-On
When it comes to Ermenegildo Zegna’s luggage styles, you will always look like a well-heeled traveler. This printed 100% calfskin carry-on is made of scratch-resistant fabric that adds a superior, chic feel. The two-wheel piece includes Zegna’s iconic cimossa lining, zip fastening, internal zip pocket and buckled strap. Zegna’s carry-on is only available in sleek black and is offered online for $2,075. Perfect for business trips or relaxing vacations, you are sure to look like a trendy, professional traveler.
Megan Jander is a graduate from Penn State University with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism and an English minor. She is an Editorial Assistant and writer for WBM and Keep It Moving With Marsha Jews and a Junior Account Representative for MLM Represents. She is also a volunteer writer and editor for P.A.L.M. Magazine. She has strong interests in a variety of fields, especially environmental sciences, and hopes to gain as much experience as possible for a bright future.