Travel Jewelry Organizer
Before I got a proper travel jewelry organizer, I never really brought jewelry on trips. There's nothing worse than fighting to untangle a knotty necklace and I was too worried about losing a favorite earring. So naturally, once I discovered travel jewelry cases I was hooked!
Here are some of the best travel jewelry holders available so you can travel in style!
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Best Travel Jewelry Case
For jewelry organization, you have a couple different options.
There's the jewelry roll, which works best for long necklaces and short trips. Others like a small jewelry case, that's hard and can withstand shocks, pokes and luggage drops. In between? Soft leather pouches that can fit a mix of rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces and still gently be squeezed into any spare bit of suitcase space.
Here are some great options for each type:
1. Personalized Jewelry Binder
Pottery Barn makes some of the most beautiful jewelry organizers. Our favorite? These slim jewelry binders, which are made of bonded leather and lined in soft suede.
You can personalize them with a monogram, and they're slim enough to slip into any suitcase or travel bag without taking up much space.
Inside, there are TONS of organization options for your jewelry. There are snaps to keep bracelets and necklaces tangle free, a removable panel for odds and ends and a zip closure so everything stays securely inside.
Comes in 5 pretty pastel shades!
2. Jewelry Travel Case
This light weight, small jewelry case is perfect for the girl that likes options.
Its compartments allow you to carry any assortment of small jewelry, with 3 interior sections, ring rolls and an elastic wall pocket. Everything stays secure with the fully zippered closure!
You can even remove the divisions if you want, and have the organizer hold small makeup items or lipsticks! Best of all, this jewelry organizer is really affordable, as it's made from a synthetic leather, but still looks expensive.
3. Travel Jewelry Box
These compact traveling jewel boxes are so cute and beautifully made!
They're completely modular, so if your jewelry collection grows, you can stack multiple boxes together and still pack everything securely. Each small jewelry box has 5 compartments to keep all your rings, earrings and trinkets together but not tangled when traveling.
These are fully lined, snap close, and are compact so you can take them out of your suitcase and straight into those tiny hotel safes.
4. BAGSMART Travel Jewelry Organizer
The brand makes 2 different sized travel jewelry pouches, both featuring a soft polyester material, lots of interior space and a two way zipper closure.
In the larger option, you have 5 snaps for hanging necklaces or delicate bracelets, enough holes to fit 15 pairs of earrings and lots of padded loop rings and zipper pouches. This is the travel jewelry bag for Marie Kondo enthusiasts!
For the traveler who likes to bring all her jewelry to match every outfit, this Amazon jewelry box is one of the best.
5. Personalized Jewelry Holder
For a luxurious jewelry holder, look no further than The Daily Edited.
I first discovered the brand through their phone cases, and quickly snapped up their makeup and toiletry bags. Their jewelry boxes are just as beautiful as the rest of their travel accessories! All their jewelry boxes are made from 100% saffiano leather, which looks great on a dresser and is also durable enough for travel.
With a gold zipper closure, suede interior and multiple interior compartments, this jewelry organizer manages to fit a lot in a small package! There are 2 roomy layers: a top tray that's divided into 3 and has ring rolls; and also a bottom layer with removable 4 way compartment divider.
You can even personalize it! Add 4 characters to the case (for free!) and you can choose letters, emojis and even the font size.
6. Wolf Travel Jewelry Case
What's unique is the interior is lined with anti-tarnish LusterLoc, meant to keep your jewelry looking its best. There's a built in mirror, six ring rolls, six earring holes and a wall pocket to keep all your jewelry safely secured!
This particular design doesn't have necklace clasps, so it's best for those who usually wear earrings and other jewelry.
7. Travel Jewelry Roll
Prefer a jewelry roll?
Tumi makes a sleek, neutral portable jewelry case featuring plenty of zipper pockets. With 1 transparent zip pocket, 2 snap pockets, 2 velvet zip pockets and a ring roll, you can really stuff a lot in here and have each item be stored in its own place!
The only caveat is if you stuff this roll, it can get a little bit heavy.
And finally, one of the most luxurious jewelry organizers on the market.
This gorgeous leather jewelry case is available in 8 pretty pastel shades and comes in either pebbled or smooth leather options. With two earring strips, a pocket for rings and a roomy interior, it makes for a functional and elegant case.
What I like most is that the deep main pocket has no dividers, so if you only want to bring a couple select jewelry pieces, you can tuck those into the top flap and add in lipsticks, compacts, hair ties, or any odds & ends into the main compartment.
The leather tassel zipper gives it a fun touch too!
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