Luggage tags are an often overlooked travel accessory. Many suitcases come with a luggage tag (that may or may not be up to par) and you can always use a paper tag at the airport, right? Wrong. Paper tags can fall off, rip off and show the world your personal information.
If your luggage is lost, that tag may be the only chance you have of getting it back. Even if you do not check you bag, there is still a chance you could lose your luggage. Before I share these stylish luggage tags, let’s quickly discuss what information to include on the luggage tag. Whatever you do, DO NOT include your home address (likely a location that will be vacant during the time frame your luggage would be lost). An email address would be an easy way for someone to contact you without learning too much about you (besides your name). Another method for identification on your luggage tag is to insert your business card.
Florabunda Luggage Tag
Why we love it: The colorful print will make your luggage easy to find on the baggage carosel. The Florabunda Luggage Tag size is 3″W X 4.5″H and this tag has a snap cover over the identification information. $10, Saks Fifth Avenue
Clava Luggage Tag
Why we love it: Another bright color to find your the baggage carousel. The Tumi Luggage Tag size is 4″ x 2.75″ and this tag has a snap cover with adjustable buckle closure. Black and Brown $28, ShoeBuy.com
Swiss Gear Jumbo Luggage Tag
Tumi Leather Luggage Tag
World Traveler Passport Case & Luggage Tag Set
Why we love it: A high-quality luggage tag and matching passport holder- what’s not to love? The Tumi Luggage Tag has a cover with adjustable buckle closure to protect your identity. $100, SaksFifthAvenue.com
What information do you put on your luggage tags? Comment below!
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