The One Accessory Every Stylish International Traveler Should Own

Make every trip a little more streamlined with a passport case.

Traveling is a whole lot less stressful when you pack with a strategy. One such strategy is making sure everything you're bringing has a home—namely, your most important piece of identification. Keeping a passport holder on hand ensures you'll always know where it is, and you won't have to dig around your bag to find it. Here are some of our favorites.

Banana Republic Passport Holder 

Get something simple and easy that can also double as a standard wallet.

Moleskine Lineage Passport Wallet 

A streamlined Moleskine to complement your travel notebook. 

Tumi Nassau Passport Cover 

If any brand can make a no-fail travel companion, it's Tumi.

Coach Passport Case 

Don't sleep on Coach's accessories. This leather wallet gives your passport and boarding pass a home. 

Montblanc Passport Cover 

Montblanc makes classic accessories. This one is especially great for business travel.

Off-White Quote Passport Wallet 

Street style, but functional.

Saint Laurent Passport Holder 

If you know you'll get a lot of use out of it, it's worth investing in a good one.

Valextra Travel Wallet 

If you find you're often carting around more than just a wallet, consider a full travel wallet with compartments for all of your needs.

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