Cover Image: Copenhagen, Denmark.
Embracing my blog alter ego - urban traveller - I've been travelling a LOT more. Going to Copenhagen to design my own collection with Noisy May, as well as going to multiple weddings in the UK as well as a weekend trip to London was amazing, but also made me reevaluate my travelling accessories. One of the main things is, is that I've been experimenting a lot with travel bags, as I always had a strong dislike for those box standard, boring black cabbage luggage sets.
Luckily for me, SUITSUIT approached me and was interested in me reviewing their suitcases - and hello, pastel suitcases? How could I resist!? So I've been testing out these suitcases for the past 3 weeks, and I have to say, the ease of not having to carry all your travel weight on your back is amazing. I always though wheels on cabin luggage constantly got stuck - but I didn't have this problem at all with the SUITSUIT cases. They're sturdy, have a lot of compartments and zips (if you read my collection designing post, you'll know I obsess over pockets) and are a lot more durable than they look! I've now taken my small, and medium luggage on three trips, and each time it's felt like a breeze. In the past I always used to bring along massive backpacks, which usually ended up hurting my shoulders a little - if I can avoid it, or am going to a city, I'm definitely going to be opting for my Suit Suit cases over a backpack anyday!
A huge thanks to SUITSUIT for changing my outlook on cabin luggage - and for letting me try out their cases. B I G L O V E .
All these photos were taken over 3 weeks - and multiple different locations!