Store Your Toiletries and Cosmetics in Style With July’s New Personal Care Collection
July is known for its quality-made, yet affordable suitcases and workbags. Now, the Melbourne-based brand has launched a personal care collection with three different-sized toiletry bags to suit every kind of traveller.
For the traveller who only wants to bring the bare beauty and toiletry essentials, there’s the Open Toiletry Bag ($95). Available in colours light brown, cream, black and grape, the case comes with a removable wet pouch where you can store items that are in danger of leaking, like toothpaste, serums or lotions. The pouch also has internal zipped pockets for easy access to your toiletries, as well as side elastics to hold smaller items like tweezers, brow brushes and lip balms in place.
For those who like travelling with an arsenal of beauty equipment, opt for July’s Hanging Toiletry Bag ($125), which comes in the same four colours. Though the bag looks like an Open Toiletry Bag, it opens up to two separate compartments. It also features a hook that can be used to hang the opened bag so the contents of both compartments are visible.
Finally, for travellers who like bringing more items than will fit in the Open Toiletry Bag, like the Hanging Toiletry Bag, the Vanity Cosmetics Case ($125) is more spacious. Unlike the hanging bag, though, it was deliberately designed with extra height so that you can keep most of your toiletry bottles upright. The cosmetics case also comes with a removable wet pouch for items that might spill or used facemasks, as well as a clear zip compartment in the top part of the case and a leather handle.
As with any July purchase, items from the personal care collection come with free shipping for orders over $100, a 100-day, no-questions-asked returns and a two-year warranty.
July was founded by Athan Didaskalou and Richard Li, and in addition to its online storefront, has four physical stores in Melbourne, three in Sydney and one in Queensland, as well as several overseas across the UK, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and China.
The brand counts billionaire Lachlan Murdoch as one of its investors and has been named the exclusive supplier of the Australian Olympic Team’s bespoke luggage for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.