Even women who have no intention of camping on their honeymoon may want to consider using a backpack. While some women prefer carrying a backpack to a handbag, others may want a backpack just for a day hike. What do women keep in a travel backpack? Snacks, travel guides, a change of clothes or shoes, travel documents -- and perhaps a small tablecloth, bottle of wine and opener, cheese, and other fixings for an impromptu (and very romantic) outdoor picnic.
This chic and good-looking backpack for women from designer Franco Sarto measures 12 x 11 x 5 and weighs just over a pound. Exterior pockets on the sides and in the back help organize. Available in red and black with faux-leather trim. A matching coin wallet is included.
This sleek and sophisticated model features an easy-to-access exterior zippered pouch to help keep you organized. Fully lined, there's are multiple zippers on the inside. Thanks to a flat bottom, it stands upright rather than falls over when you put it down. In cognac or black, it's a sophisticated choice for a woman who doesn't want to walk around with a backpack that looks like a kid's.
Another strong-and-safe bag from the PacSafe line, you can tote this roomy and well-organized backpack. Has protective front and bottom panels, tamperproof zippers, RFID shield, and other built-in antitheft design. Also includes a padded laptop sleeve and removable, locking bag.
Pretty as could be, Vera Bradley's colorful quilted backpack for women in lightweight cotton comes in a variety of prints. If you see one you like, buy it now -- fabrics are retired after a certain amount of time, and the one you like may no longer be available.
Give your back a break with this versatile rolling backpack, which weighs nearly half as much as its competitors. It has padded shoulder straps as well as inline ball bearing wheels and a retractable handle.