The Journey Begins with Packing Your Bags

Every traveler knows the importance of having the right travel bag for the journey. You need something durable, lightweight, and the right size for the job… whether it’s a quick trip to local shops, or an international adventure. And of course there’s style to consider. When you’re on the road, a unique bag that stands out from the rest is not only satisfying from a style perspective, but it also serves the practical purpose of being easily identified. If your bag is your companion, you’ll want to know that bag anywhere.

Travel Bag | The journey begins here | hand-loomed, authentic technique

From Tara Projects, comes two bags that are especially designed to look great and travel well. Hand-loomed cotton mixes traditional technique and patterning with updated colors and sturdy design— a modern twist to keep it current and fresh.

Travel Bag | The journey begins here | hand-loomed, authentic technique

Handles and trim made from genuine leather add a touch of luxury.  And if you see a knot in the fabric, it’s simply the mark of an authentically handwoven item.

Travel Bag | The journey begins here | hand-loomed, authentic technique

Inside each travel bag is a zipper compartment large enough to conceal a cell phone, but small enough so that you won’t have to be rooting around in a sea of belongings.

Travel Bag | The journey begins here | hand-loomed, authentic technique

These “Safe Journey” travel bags are available in two sizes: a purse large enough for all the essentials without weighing you down; and a spacious overnight bag for clothing, toiletries, and of course any treasures you may pick up along the way.

Travel Bag | The journey begins here | hand-loomed, authentic technique

Take on the world. Go for it. You’re ready. Let that be your mantra as you traverse the Earth with your trusty companions at your side.

 

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Jessica Wieser

A previous copywriter for Ten Thousand Villages, Jess is fond of campfires, rainy days and dark chocolate. She enjoys filling her house with furry and not-so-furry critters (currently counting two rats, one puppy and a tortoise). With a secret love for punk rock and horror film, she spends her free time writing weird poems, drinking tea, and dancing badly to old songs.

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