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    Great Gifts For Girls Who Travel

    Give her the world this Christmas--but if that's too expensive, get her one of these goodies instead. (Or just go on and buy them for yourself: Tis the season to treat yo' self!)

    City-Themed Fragrances by The Scent of Departure / Via

    Every girl has a favorite international city (or two or three or four), why not take her back to her beloved haunt with this clever line that capture places like New York, Berlin, Paris, and Singapore in the form of scent. I'm hoping to find London under the tree this year, which is evocative of Hyde Park's pines and leaves, warm Earl Grey tea, and "a romance of mossy woods and white musk for a final wink at the London Eye." Just like London itself, it sounds absolutely charming.

    $45 for 50ml at The Scent of Departure

    Carry-On Cocktail Kits

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    Take your craft cocktails on the plane with you with these fancy kits in flavors like Old Fashion, Moscow Mule, and Gin and Tonic. These bijou little kits will make any flight more enjoyable.

    $24 per kit at Sur La Table

    All-In-One Makeup Palette / Via

    This highly rated palette from Urban Decay has everything you need to look pretty on the road including six eyeshadows, a bronzer, blush, lipgloss, mascara, and eyeliner--all tucked away in a cute little box that will cheer up any hostel bathroom.

    $32 (normally $54) at Urban Decay

    Travel-Inspired Home Decor


    08 Left has a modernist line of travel-related designs that they put on all kinds of home decor including coasters (pictured above) as well as pillows, shower curtains, and fine-art prints.

    $14.99 for a set of 12 coasters at O8 Left

    The Gift of Time (a.k.a Global Entry) / Via

    Zip through the airport with the gift of expedited travel--because time is money, or whatever. Global Entry allows travelers to use automatic kiosks, but it does require an application, so it may be a bit tricky to wrap.

    One-time fee of $100 at US Customs

    Wallpaper* City Guides

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    These chic, jewel-colored delights offer any traveler a discerning peek into any city before traveling there. Guides are arranged by city, yet they are also available in box sets themed for art fairs, business, beaches, and fashion. Bonus factor: They look great on your shelf.

    $5 on up on

    A Practical (but Sassy) Passport Cover

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    Since hearing about that poor woman who missed part of her honeymoon because of a damaged passport, a practical passport case has been added to my xmas list. This one is especially adorbs.

    Pictured above: $24 BAN.DO 'Getaway' Passport Cover, at Nordstrom

    A Light-Hearted Read: Girls Who Travel

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    Full disclosure: I wrote this book. But one of the reasons why I wrote it is because I am too, am a girl who is utterly obsessed with travel. When I gallivant around the globe (or when I'm stuck between trips), this is the kind of story—a light-hearted, smile-inducing, travel-themed romance—that I crave.

    $9.99 on Amazon