I am back home from a fun weekend in New York. I attended Fashion Week shows, ate my heart out per usual and did touristy like things. I’ve been to New York a million times and no two visits are the same. To start the night before I arrived New York had a snowstorm.
I was only in town for the weekend so I tried not to pack for a week. Figuring out what to wear is always a challenge, I had narrowed things down a bit and I was good. At least I thought so until New York was hit with snow, this means I now need to factor in snow into my footwear situation. It was freezing cold and windy, this means I need to make sure I’m layering up my clothes. Eeeek!
The dope folks at Bags for Love graciously sent me on my way in style with a unique travel accessory that will accompany me no matter where I go. When I get a new handbag it alway comes in a drawstring bag that makes it easy to store my purse when not in use. Bags of Love did the same thing for my suitcase. So stinking cute!
My personalized carry on suitcase made it easy for me to identify it in the midst of others. It meets the airline and train standard size requirements at 22” x 9” x 14” inches. It weighs 7.5 lb before you add in all of your junk. We won’t talk about the final weight of mine.
With my packing list in shambles, I had to go in and remix some things. It was Fashion Week so I wanted to be all cute. However, I needed reasonable shoes and clothes for walking in cold weather. Ugh!
I am all about the 360 spin suitcases, with an eight-wheel design.
Bags of Love creates a variety of personalized products from your photos and designs, over 300 to be exact. Everything is printed and made to order in London; during the week they usually dispatch items within 2 – 24 hours. Products offer a 3-year guarantee on print, and product structure.
When I exited Penn Station in New York I was greeted by snow on the ground, I was unsure how my new luggage would handle it after I drug it 20+ blocks to our hotel. I’m proud to say it handled it like a G. The wheels never let me down and my clothes were still dry when I arrived.