After many (many) months of daydreaming about that sunny vacation, planning a trip is finally possible again. Here are the best gifts for the one who has come down with an incurable case of wanderlust.

A Plane-Ready Romper

Go-to airport outfits are usually chic or comfy, but rarely both. Vancouver brand Smash and Tess's Aria romper ($138) checks all the boxes with a cute design crafted from a soft cotton and elastane blend, plus pockets to keep your passport, wallet and headphones close at hand.

A Portable Office Organizer

If they can (and will) work from anywhere, Graf Lantz's new DogÅ« collection ($471) will help keep their mobile office organized. The vegetable tanned leather set comes with space to hold a computer, pens and other bits and bobs€”plus a coaster for their
coffee to-go.

Jetlag-Proof Essential Oils

One thing we didn€™t miss during the pandemic was jet lag. For restless travellers, Saje's Dream Team bedtime routine kit ($48) is better than counting sheep: there'sa soothing body butter, chamomile and lavender roll-on and weighted eye mask for a super slumber.

The Best Books for Layovers

Best case, books from the Raven Reads subscription box (from $88) will keep them entertained on the subway, train or plane€”worst case, they€™re a COVID-proof way to escape into imaginative, vibrant worlds from the comfort of home. Raven Reads is the world's first Indigenous book subscription box, and It's curated in Kamloops.

A Blanket That’s Ready for Anything

Tofino Towel Co.'s fair trade goods are as pretty as they are practical. The luxury beach/bath towel ($148) is ready for a post-surf nap€”or a water's-not-for-me suntan.

A Sleek Travel Makeup Brush Set

Looking good on the go is a real art, and for that you need the right tools. Evalina's travel makeup brush set ($65) has nine€”count €™em€”mini brushes to help keep that face fresh.

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