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Quality luggage makes travel less chaotic. Whether you purchase your pieces individually or as a set, it's helpful to own at least one carry-on bag, a garment bag, and a larger piece that can be checked onto a flight. You have your choice of materials and styles, and you'll want to think of your needs so you can pick the right piece. Hard-case luggage is less prone to damage, but soft, stretchy materials will give you extra room if you tend to bring back more than you packed. Classic colors keep your look low-key, but choosing something unusual will make your bags easier to spot on the luggage carousel.

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