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"I’m an aspirational outdoorsy person, but also a big-time couch potato. Any time I see a good-looking layer, I immediately imagine myself triumphantly atop an alpine peak, when in reality I’ll be cuddled up on the couch rewatching Gilmore Girls. But hey, that’s the beauty of this fleece—I can dress like Winnie the Pooh while hibernating indoors for the winter, and just as comfortably leave my cave and hike a mountain once the snow melts." —Sarah Ratner, associate social manager
"Yes, I’ll admit, it is weird that I want my co-worker’s pajamas for Christmas this year. But when you travel together as often as Lale, Megan, and I do with Women Who Travel, you really get to know each other’s sleepwear repertoire. I coveted the gauzy, lightweight, blue-and-white striped Eberjey set she wore on our recent trip to Portland—not just because it seamlessly fit in with the decor of our Airbnb. The long-sleeve jersey pair screams comfy, while still being elegant and modest enough to wear, well, around your coworkers." —Meredith Carey, associate editor
"I've long been envious of friends who boast about how this roomy duffel has compartments for just about everything you need for a weekend away—laptop, workout gear, sneakers, water bottle, clothes, and headphones—all while looking chic and minimalist. Just because I'm happy with my current duffel doesn't mean I'd say no to receiving this one."— Savannah Jackson, senior communications manager
"On my trip to Alaska, I came home with 3,600 photos. Yellowstone, another 4,000. Like most, I rarely do anything with them, but all of the Polaroid photos I've ever had are still on display around me to this day: at my desk, on my fridge. Bringing along a Polaroid camera on vacation can be cumbersome, but with this new printer I just hook up my iPhone, choose my favorite photos, and print them in seconds onto classic Polaroid sheets. Please let this be under my tree this holiday season." —Meg Reinhardt, contributing digital photo editor
"I have never been what you'd call a "practical" dresser. (More than once, I've ended up on a hike wearing an outfit far more suited to brunch than a steep incline.) Recently, however, I've been coveting one of those Stutterheim raincoats you see stylish Danes trotting around Copenhagen in during the winter. I'd love to say that it's my desire to stay dry in the gray, European drizzle that makes me want to wear it, but really it's the pitch-perfect shade of pastel pink that I'm a sucker for." —Lale Arikoglu, senior lifestyle editor
"I'd love to get something like Acne Studios' Micro Musubi cross-body bag. My travel goal for 2020 isn't to pack lighter, necessarily, but to sightsee lighter; I'm accustomed to bringing a shoulder bag with me, which has a million items in it that are often unnecessary when I'm exploring someplace new on foot: a massive water bottle, pens, notebooks, business cards, make-up, a hairbrush. I want a bag that forces me to prune down to the bare essentials—eyeliner, keys, phone, wallet—so that I can walk around literally unburdened. This black leather bag is sleek and minimal, but the obi sash–inspired knot details are cool and sculptural, and make it feel a little different from your average cross-body." —Betsy Blumenthal, associate editor
"I'm currently training for a marathon. While Hoka One One makes great technical running shoes across the board, they've definitely grabbed my attention with their Outdoor Voices collaboration, creating a special version of the Clifton 4 running shoe in stylish color combinations. These shoes are super lightweight, which makes them perfect for both training and travel, and they can handle both city roads and mountain trails. I definitely want to be going through finish and security lines in these." —S.J.
"I always lose my sunglasses while traveling. Rather than dig around my carry-on to find them in a pinch, these fancy croakies are both stylish and totally useful. Their universal connector allows them to work with my sportier shades for après ski or thinner styles lounging at the beach. Summer of Jilly has lots of unique styles, but I’m really into the bold tortoise links for a modern twist on a classic accessory." —Molly Pacala, executive director, communications
"When I travel, I really struggle with adjusting to new time zones. Even a few hours difference and I end up looking haggard in my vacation photos. But these little packets keep my complexion clear and bright, no matter how jet-lagged I am or what I’m putting my skin through when I travel. They have glycolic acid, which for me is a miracle ingredient that smooths my skin and adds a glow. Plus, they are individually packaged wipes that are TSA-friendly and take up little room in a carry-on." —Jessica Puckett, editor, transportation
"My favorite trip this year was my first-ever foray to Italy. I spent a week in Rome and took a pasta-making class from local chefs. We used a hand-crank pasta machine to roll out our homemade dough until it was thin enough to be shaped into spaghetti alla chitarra and ravioli. This similar model is supposed to be one of the best and easiest to use on the market—it even cuts the dough for you too! Every time I use it to make noodles for my amatriciana or cacio e pepe, I’ll be transported back to the loft in Rome’s Campo de Fiori neighborhood where I had my cooking class, prosecco in hand." —J.P.
"Few gifts have become as critical in my everyday routine as this Clare V zip wallet has. It’s simple, chic, and fits into whichever purse I’m traveling with—but has enough room for a handful of jangling euros. Plus, if you go with one of the darker leather options—I have the cognac shade—the leather only gets better with time. A friend gave it to me as a birthday gift several years back, and let’s just say a few friends can expect to receive some as travel gifts from me next. " —Megan Spurrell, community editor
"Guess who's lost more than $250 this year in overweight luggage fines? This guy. I'm a firm believer that Basic Economy flight prices can be a godsend to budget travelers, but I keep undoing all my good financial work by packing my carry-on over the allowed weight. In 2020, I'm determined to learn from my mistakes, and gift myself this chic, portable luggage scale, which will allow me to weigh my suitcase pre-flight, wherever in the world I am, and make sure my souvenir buying hasn't taken me over the limit." —Louis Cheslaw, editorial coordinator
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"When Airpods first came out, I didn’t think I needed them. And I don’t. But as I rush through airports, squeeze into the NYC subway, and find myself yanking my tangled headphone cords out of my bag, I always manage to catch a glimpse of someone with Airpods who seems, well, a bit less frazzled. So, I guess the question is: Do I need Airpods? No. Do I want them? Absolutely. I just want someone else to buy them for me. The statement rings even truer with the new souped-up version. Noise-cancelling in pod form? Say no more." —M.S.
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