LoungeFly - L'Amour Luggage Tag

LoungeFly - L'Amour Luggage Tag

($12) 7" x 5" - at the widest. Made of durable metallic faux-leather, with machine stitched detail and foamy filling. Sometimes it can be tricky to differentiate your luggage from another's - unless you're like me and you put your name on your luggage. Now thanks to Loungefly, an Eiffel Tower shaped luggage tag makes spotting your bags a bit of a snap and everyone can tell it's your luggage as well since you'll have written your name, address and telephone number on the tag. Plus, it's a fabulous addition to any luggage and travel case! x.

  • ($79.99) Composition: 72% Cotton, 28% Nylon. Extras: This fabric has about 3 inches of stretch. Collared, button-up lace beauty from BB Dakota is constructed of a cotton blend and features elasticized ruching on the lower ha... ($79.99) Composition: 72% Cotton, 28% Nylon. Extras: This fabric has about 3 inches of stretch. Collared, button-up lace beauty from BB Dakota is constructed of a cotton blend and features elasticized ruching on the lower half of each sleeve to create a slouchy cinched effect while a fishtail panel flounces flirtily at the bottom of the back. According to ModCloth: Wear this to a club over a black tank top and black leather miniskirt for an outstanding outfit that will leave onlookers wanting, needing, waiting to achieve the same sensational style! I personally would imagine it's great for evenings, dressed up events and work. I'd pair it with a black camisole and leggings or pants. x.

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