Now that I’m back in the States, I’ve taken the initiative to showcase socially responsible brands that allow you to do good while looking good. Longtime Wander Onwards followers know that I use London as my base, and hop around Europe for weekend getaways with the Boo to escape the city and to have a few quiet moments to myself. That’s why having the perfect weekender travel bag is critical. Budget airlines, like Ryanair or EasyJet, have super serious packing restrictions and even some carryon luggages won’t make the cut. The ESPEROS’s Weekend Warrior bag fits well within the restrictions and complements my natural laid-back style as I travel around the world. The carrying straps are finished with leather handles and the sling has padding for extra comfort. Inside of the weekend warrior, there are loads of large pockets to keep jewelry and accessories organized effortlessly. And I haven’t even mentioned the best part yet.
Every bag sold helps fund a year of education for a child in the developing world.
You could pay the same money for a fraction of the value or quality, so it was a no brainer to invest in an ESPEROS’s product. They provide a fantastic quality product while contributing to the success of developing countries, with no extra charge to the consumer.
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About Vanessa Elizabeth
Vanessa Elizabeth is a cultural chameleon currently based in London. She enjoys sports (such as CrossFit and dating), cooking, and demolishing her savings account. When she's not busy blogging about her feelings, she works full-time and practices Chinese with her English/German friends.
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