New video: What is in our Carry-on Bags


Last month, when we all got together in New York for the ShopUp event, we filmed a little YouTube video. We all turned up from long-haul flights and were talking about what we like to take with us into the cabin to be as cozy as can be in a little seat for seven hours. We thought it would be fun to share all of our little tips with you!

Now the results are not very fancy, but we did have a lot of fun filming it. A big shout out goes to our friend Belinda who graciously gave up her Saturday night to wrangle and film 3 very giggly and jet-lagged girls!

Here are a couple of links to some of our favourite items: The leather tote, the lip balm, the hand wash, the little leather pouch, the eye mask and neck pillow. Both Esther and I were reading the A Spool of Blue Thread by Anne Tyler, which we both loved and it was the perfect read on a trans Atlantic flight.

You can join us on YouTube here.



Comments (8)

October 12, 2015

Oh my gosh you’re so so cute and fun to watch!

sarah hutchinson
October 12, 2015

Loved watching this – and the tips! Courtney, may I ask where your scarf is from? x

October 12, 2015

I would love to know where that adorable floral pencil case is from!!! Love these videos!

Emilie in Paris
October 12, 2015

Of course it is by Lalé and Esther actually bought it for my daughter, so I am just borrowing it at the moment 😉

Vanessa in Scotland
October 12, 2015

Loved this latest video and you all look so happy being together!! I love the leather pouch. I’ve just put that on my wish list xx

October 13, 2015

It turned it nicely! Well done ladies :).

Melanie Guiness
October 13, 2015

Great video – So much fun to watch! I’d be interested to know what you girls thought of the book. It has received mixed reviews on Amazon and I’m undecided as to wether I should order it. Would also love to know where Courtney’s scarf is from! Xx

Susan M.
October 13, 2015

That is so smart to have a pencil case! I never thought about it for adults, but I am always having trouble finding my pens and pencils when I travel (and generally around town).

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