Anthropologie's underrated travel section is filled with the best jumpsuits, comfy sneakers, and travel bags that you need to shop ASAP.

By Madison Alcedo
May 25, 2019
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A good day of traveling always starts with the perfect travel uniform — one that includes comfortable shoes, a light jacket, and that just-the-right-size carry-on. Knowing your go-to travel outfit is key for your travel routine. Everyone has one, the same leggings or cardigan that you reach for in your closet before any trip (because we all know there’s nothing worse than traveling in stiff jeans or shoes that tend to give you blisters, especially if you've got a long-haul flight ahead).

Even if you have your favorite carry-on bag, there are other necessities you still may need for your travel uniform, and that’s where Anthropologie’s underrated travel section comes in. While you may love the retailer for patterned sundresses or unique jewelry, Anthropologie also offers a chic selection of luggage, bags, travel accessories, and comfortable clothes and shoes in a special section on its site — and we can’t get enough of the fun picks.

Not only does Anthropologie’s travel shop include some of the most comfortable clothes for traveling, you’ll also find those last-minute items you might tend to forget in your carry-on bag, like the cult-favorite Kopari coconut deodorant ($14) or a miniature hair straightener ($30), which are both vital for airport bathroom touch-ups (we’ve all been there). And if you get stressed when traveling, we suggest throwing in the Slip Relax roller ball ($30) that contains a relaxing blend of lavender and bergamot oils, which will help calm your nerves so you can sleep better.

From comfy sneakers to easy-to-wear jumpsuits, we’ve done the hard part for you by rounding up all of our favorite finds from Anthropologie’s travel shop below.

Cloth & Stone Jetsetter Chambray Pants

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While these joggers might look like jeans, they’re way more comfortable than any denim you probably own, and they’re a stylish upgrade from wearing black leggings on every flight. With an elastic waistband, super-soft lyocell fabric, and easy slip-on style, we’re officially declaring these joggers as the best pair of pants to travel in. Bonus points: They will go with anything.

To buy:, $140

Superga Core Classic Sneakers

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As one of Kate Middleton's favorite pair of shoes, these sneakers — available in eight different colorways — are made for navigating airports, bus stations, and your final getaway destination because of how versatile and comfortable they are. You can pair them with a sundress or cropped pants, and they never look too casual. Plus, if they’re royal-approved, you can’t go wrong!

To buy:, $65

Jenson Jumpsuit

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If you decide on one “travel uniform” for extra long travel days, we suggest opting for this jumpsuit. Made from modal fabric, which is naturally cooling, you’ll stay cool and comfortable all day long, and it’ll look great with that jacket we know you won’t ever travel without. While this jumpsuit basically feels like pajamas, it takes the style level one step further with a fitted belt-like waist and a cute V-neck cut.

To buy:, $160

No. 41 Large Vanity Case

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It’s time to say goodbye to the Dopp kit you haven’t updated in forever. Gone are the days you’ll use your makeup-stained bag because this leather vanity case is the perfect size to hold your travel-sized and full-sized toiletry items. The inside is lined with cotton for an easy clean-up and includes two slip pockets.

To buy:, $128

Pilcro Denim Trucker Jacket

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Everyone needs a jean jacket in their travel wardrobe (especially if you tend to always be cold while traveling), and we’ve got our eyes on this cropped option from Anthropologie. You can layer it over basically anything, and it instantly looks stylish.

To buy:, $140

New Balance Fresh Foam Cruz Sneakers

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When you’re tired of your shoes coming untied while you’re running to make a connecting flight, it’s time to opt for a slip-on shoe. This New Balance pair is not only super chic, it also has a thick sole and arch, which makes it easy to wear all day long with more underfoot support.

To buy:, $85

Maggie Belt Bag

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In case you’re not ready to wear a fanny pack again, this belt bag is more grown-up version. With an easy-to-snap closure, you can wear this mini bag around your waist so that you always know where your phone, ID, passport, or other small travel necessities are at all times.

To buy:, $48

Nikki Cade Map Maker Passport Holder

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Traveling with important documents like your passport means you need a secure place to hold them. We can’t help but love the super pretty design of this passport holder, but it also features three handy inside pockets to keep your info safe. And of course, you’ll have to get the matching luggage tag, too to complete the set.

To buy:, $24

Birkenstock Arizona Leather Sandals

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If you’re a fan of traveling in open-toe sandals, Birkenstocks are our top pick for comfy travel shoes. After they’re worn in, they’ll mold to your feet and get even more comfortable with each wear.

To buy: anthropologie, $125