HOW TO PERSONALIZE YOUR LUGGAGE?

Here are some suggestions to help you personalize your luggage and breeze through baggage claim every time. Let Dysdyl.com tell you.

1. BUY AN UNUSUAL LUGGAGE TAG
Trade the standard-issue paper tag given out by the airline for one that looks like an alligator or a unicorn, or even your favorite cinema snack. The choice is yours. There are hundreds of designs available, get one that when combined with your bag makes a unique combo you can easily identify. If you opt for a reflective luggage tag, you’ll not only easily spot your personalized bag on the carousel, but you’ll add a safety element when walking through a new new city at night.

2. CHOOSE A COLORFUL DUFFEL OR BACKPACK THAT STANDS OUT
As a frequent traveler, I must share that the worst thing you can do when buying a new travel bag is to buy one that’s black or navy with no identifying features. I see so many of them at baggage claim and wonder how on earth people can pick out their own. There are a whole host of vibrant colored duffel and patterned packs on the market, when you buy one of these prints, you’re almost guaranteed to be the only person at baggage claim with one.

3. EMBROIDER PATCHES ONTO BACKPACKS AND DUFFELS
A favorite in gift shops across the world, embroidered patches have come a long way from the days of girl scouts and boy scouts. Look out for designs inspired by the places you’re visiting or create your own patterns online to truly personalize your luggage.

4. EMBELLISH STRAPS WITH RIBBONS
This is probably the quickest and simplest way to make your bag stand out. If you’ve got an old silk scarf, a length of ribbon, or some leftover fabric, tie it in a knot (that won’t easily undo in transit) around the luggage handle and, voila—your personalized bag is one of a kind.

5. USE A COLORFUL LUGGAGE BELT
Another simple, but effective option is to utilize a colored or patterned luggage belt. Not only will this make your bag stand out, you’ll also find it helps to compress the contents so you can maximize your packing capacity.

6. STITCH OR STICK YOUR INITIALS ONTO YOUR BAG
This option is for the creative traveler who likes true personalization. Using whatever medium takes your fancy (paint, material, or paper), cut out your initials and attach them to the front of your bag.

7. GO RETRO WITH STICKERS
Car bumper slogans, travel themed images, superhero designs, the options are endless and your only constraint is finding enough surface area on your pack for all the stickers you want to stick. This personalization option is probably best suited to hard case luggage options as stickers may peel off fabric bags.

8. PAINT YOUR OWN DESIGNS ONTO THE FRONT OF YOUR PACK
This is another uber-creative option to personalize your luggage—and one that is probably best left to those with an art degree or a knack for drawing. If you’ve a steady hand and a cracking design you could treat your case like a blank canvas and paint it. Make sure you use paint suitable for the surface you’re covering—fabric paints are available from most craft shops.

9. PERSONALIZED LUGGAGE COVER MAKE YOUR SUITCASE STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD
When traveling long distances, suitcases often have to be checked in. However, the suitcase may be scratched or even damaged during the check-in process. Therefore, a high-quality and unique suitcase cover is very important. Here you can design your own protective luggage cover. It can effectively protect your suitcase from dirt and scratches; let your suitcase be recognized immediately. In addition, both the extendable trolley handle and the handle on the side of this protective cover are left out. It ensures that the protective cover encloses your luggage firmly and securely and protects it comprehensively from external influences.