Protect Your Passport in Style

Monogrammed or leather, there is a cover for everyone.
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Ah, the wonder of a passport. This small document can give us access to the entire world all with the addition of a magic stamp. Therefore, it is necessary to house it in a protective cover and make sure it stays in pristine condition. Customs agents will likely ask you to remove your passport from the cover when you are asked to present, but it’s still worth the purchase to keep it from getting torn in transit. These passport covers do just the trick while adding a chic element to your travel documents. You can personalize them with monograms or stamped symbols (planes, palm trees, waves), plus store all of your additional travel cards (Global ID, immunization cards, etc.) in one organized holder. These are some of our favorites (click the photo to shop):

Madewell ($29.50): This is the passport cover I own and it is a lifesaver on shoots. I store everything I could possibly need for entry into a country inside and have it personalized with my initials and a wave. Personalization makes it your own!

Photo courtesy of Madewell

Photo courtesy of Madewell

BEIS ($24): Cute, classic and ready-to-go. This simple passport cover comes stamped with an airplane and has a handy pen holder so you will never have to ask that stranger sitting next to you for a pen again to fill out your customs forms.

Photo courtesy of BEIS

Photo courtesy of BEIS

Smythson ($245): Smythson leather goods are legendary and for good reason. They last a lifetime. The Panama comes in eight different colors so you can pick whatever fits your style and your vacation.

Photo courtesy of Smythson

Photo courtesy of Smythson

Off-White ($204): Get straight to the point with this case. Decorated with the words “For Passport,” you will never misplace yours again.

Photo courtesy of Farfetch

Photo courtesy of Farfetch

Anthropologie ($28): If you can’t stop daydreaming about the places you want to travel to, this cover is for you. This is only a passport cover and does not have any card holders inside, but you can buy the accompanying card case and luggage tag to jet set around the world with all your documents organized and your luggage recognizable from any belt.

Photo courtesy of Anthropologie

Photo courtesy of Anthropologie