Fall Travel Accessories for All Ages

by Angelique Platas

Sep 15, 2018

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Send the kids a fall care package while they’re away at school or load up on fall travel accessories for yourself. The brisk weather, outdoorsy days and bonfire nights call for a lineup of accessories.

You may already have all the big scarves and comfortable hats you need, but this list of versatile all-ages-approved, seasonal must-haves makes your fall travel much more comfortable and convenient.


Going to a football game or just a hike to watch the leaves change, a blanket can be a gamechanger. Go through the warm, durable blankets you may already have or take a seat and relax on a limited-edition Marley Kachula Blanket and give back while you get cozy. Coalatree and Ziggy Marley joined forced to create the Kachula blanket while incorporating give-back initiatives into the product’s business model.

The Kachula blanket is water-resistant and includes a pocket for storage, a secret pocket for small items, a removable hood and can connect to other blankets to create a light sleeping bag. Purchase one on Coalatree’s website or keep an eye out for one on Ziggy Marley’s tour.

Wicking Apparel

Layering up in the fall is essential. Whether you’re already packing a scarf for the plane, bringing a hat or loading up on socks, fall travel can be fickle. Load up on moisture-wicking, light apparel for your fall trip.

You may be hiking, spending time by the lake or just generally enjoying the outdoors and you’ll be glad you packed a lot of light, layer-able, functional clothing and accessories. Check out Coalatree’s eco-minded goods, or L.L. Bean’s wide variety of fall wear for any occasion.

Versatile Bag

You may be visiting family, getting outdoorsy and hauling some items on and off a plane — you need a bag that can do it all. Bring a light duffle that can cross as a day bag or a functional messenger bag that looks chic by night. Check out the line of vintage-inspired messenger bags on Amazon or the broader lineup for work and play.

DIONIS Goat Milk Lotions

DIONIS Goat Milk Lotions © Dionis Goat Milk Skincare


Between the changing fall weather and dry heat of the classroom and office, your skin can take a toll. Load up on natural, U.S.-made skincare products from Dionis. The goat milk natural scrubs, lip balm, elbow and heel salves and soap bars make great gifts and nourish dry skin. Choose from warm vanilla scents, tropical Hawai’ian and soothing lavender, to name a few. All products are cruelty free, Paraben free, gluten free, dermatologist tested for sensitive skin and loaded with natural ingredients.


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