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Sleek Luggage + Carry-All Bags For The Travel-Yearning Dad - With This Special Offer From July!

Father's Day Favourites

Has anyone else’s Dad been using the same battered travelling trunk for every single holiday occasion for the entire time you’ve been alive? Well, that’s about the change. July is here to level up his luggage game!

July’s simple, innovative bags, luggage and accessories have been making waves since they launched last year, and we can totally see why. As part of our Father’s Day Favourites shoppable gift guide, we’re taking a closer look at this brilliant new local luggage brand!

Until August 30th, July is offering a free personalisation + free gift + free shipping package (automatically applied at checkout) worth $140! 

13th August, 2020

From left: Carry All backpack in forest green ($225). Carry On luggage in navy ($295). Checked luggage in charcoal ($345). Carry All weekender in navy ($275). Art Direction – Annie Portelli. Styling – Lucy Feagins. Photo – Eve Wilson for The Design Files.

 

Personalisation comes free with any product purchased from this gift guide! Carry On luggage in navy ($295). Art Direction – Annie Portelli. Styling – Lucy Feagins. Photo – Eve Wilson for The Design Files.

From top: Carry All backpack in forest green ($225). Carry On luggage in navy ($295). Checked luggage in charcoal ($345). Art Direction – Annie Portelli. Styling – Lucy Feagins. Photo – Eve Wilson for The Design Files.

The Orbitkey is part of the complimentary personalisation package free if you purchase any products from the Father’s Day Favourites gift guide. Art Direction – Annie Portelli. Styling – Lucy Feagins. Photo – Eve Wilson for The Design Files.

Lucy Feagins
Thursday 13th August 2020

July are relatively new kids on the block in the luxury luggage sphere, but they’ve sure made an impact in the short time they’ve been around! Whether you have one of those pedantic Dads who labels absolutely everything before a trip, or one who might need a nudge in the organisation department, this is the gift for them.

International travel might be off the cards for a while, but if there is a silver lining to come from the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re tipping it will be the rediscovery of our beautiful own ‘backyard’ – so to speak. Regional Australia needs our love right now… so help Dad start dreaming about a closer-to-home summer getaway with July’s innovative Carry On suitcase – complete with in-built USB charger! Or for the more indecisive packer, the Checked Luggage suitcase is fit for all purposes! 

Or if your father figure is more of a light traveller, this Weekender duffle is the ideal companion for short trips (fingers crossed we’ll be doing that very soon!). And if they’re even more low-key than that, the Carry All backpack in forest green will make him a contender for coolest man-kid on the block. We’re obsessed!

July is offering free monogramming on your purchase (for that extra personal touch), as well as free shipping and a complimentary Orbitkey keyring if you purchase one of the products featured above. That’s $140 worth of extra value!

The July Father’s Day Favourites offer:

Free personalisation, shipping and complimentary Orbitkey key ring if you purchase any products featured in this gift guide! Offer automatically applied at checkout, ends August 30th.

Shop July now!

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