Friday, June 25, 2010

It's all about Smythson of Bond Street!

The Holiday Travel season really kicks off at the end of June and the beginning of July.  Whether your touring with family, friends, lovers, colleagues, or just your Bestie, you need to make sure to have all the right travel accesories for your summer holiday.  Of course, organization, style, and functionality were traits that received close attention when considering these items.

Below, find a brief description about "must have" items when venturing out on holiday wherever it may take you.  All items below just happen to be my pick, but do link through, the Smythson of Bond Street Online Shop meets the needs of most on many leather good and stationery.

First off, your handbag wouldn't be complete without the following items from

This essential travel wallet keeps you organized and offers an air of sophistication, traveler longevity, and just plain, "I'm SO very!"  The Marshall Travel Wallet also does what it says on the box, keeps boarding passes, tickets, airline membership cards, as well as your passport, and multiple currencies organized to key organizational status. 
While you are at it don't forget to order stationary too, it's always nice to send letters on beautiful paper while traveling abroad.  For Summer 2010 I can recommend the "Life is Beautiful" ready-to-write note cards.

"Life is Beautiful" note cards are available at
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place your order

Furthermore, what's travel without keeping at least a diary of lists or places of note with references and tips for friends who may travel where you are now in the future.  Karen Hartley gave me my first Smythson Diary for Christmas 2007. I still have it and from time to time read through the random notes taken throughout that year.  Like with all things Smythson, detail is taken to the next level, and diaries are available imprinted for most cities.  Featured below, Smythson's L.A. Notes Travel Diary.

Smythson's L.A. Notes Travel Diary  is available at

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