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Away

Splashed across everything from clothing and accessories to kitchen appliances , millennial pink is surely the color of the year. Now, you can even rock the soft color when you travel this upcoming holiday season with luggage company Away ‘s relaunch of its blush suitcase collection.
If you haven’t heard of Away, it’s a direct-to-consumer company that makes simple and traveler-centric suitcases. You’ve almost certainly seen them in streets and airports.

It’s rare for something you think of as being purely functional, like a suitcase, to arouse passionate declarations of love and amass such a loyal following, but that’s just what Away has done with their luggage for modern travelers.

Its Carry-On suitcase features an unbreakable polycarbonate shell, water-resistant exterior, interior compression system, removable laundry bag, and — very importantly for the always-connected generation — an interior battery and two USB ports so you can keep your devices charged at all times. It’s spacious enough for three to four days’ worth of stuff, yet lightweight so traveling with it through the airport isn’t a hassle.



Away

This isn’t the first time Away has won over the hearts of millennials nationwide. Earlier this year, it teamed up with Pop Suki to make a limited-edition pink suitcase. It sold out extremely quickly and prompted thousands of customers to ask when the pretty blush color would be back. Now, you can get Blush in all of Away’s four sizes: the Carry-On, Bigger Carry-On, Medium, and Large.

This beautiful color is sure to turn heads wherever you go. Shop Away’s Carry-On and other suitcases here.

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