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You Can Show Off Your Harry Potter Pride With This Hogwarts-Inspired Luggage

published Sep 22, 2018
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September 1st came and went without our Hogwarts letter arriving in the mail. That doesn’t mean we didn’t plan our trip to Hogwarts for this year. If you’re an avid Harry Potter fan, you can now show off your house pride in style whenever you travel.

Recently, Pottery Barn released a Harry Potter home decor line full of incredible bedding sets and bedroom decor. But did you know that Pottery Barn’s sister site, PB Teen, sells Harry Potter luggage? Potterheads can get Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff, and Hogwarts gear to show off their house and school pride.

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You will never forget what your luggage looks like again when you are waiting for it at baggage claim.

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If you don’t need a full-sized luggage piece, you can always opt for the cheaper carry-on option. You won’t need to pay that pesky checked baggage fee with this! This hard-sided carry-on is available in black to represent Hogwarts, red for Gryffindor, green for Slytherin, and two different shades of blue for Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff.

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These velvet train cases are designed after vintage luggage meant for train travel. They are perfect to hold all of your toiletries when you’re on the go.

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This little jewelry pouch is the best way to carry any of the Harry Potter jewelry you might have. Alex and Ani bracelets anyone?

If you want both the full-sized and the carry-on luggage, you can purchase the Hogwarts hard-sided luggage and carry-on for $379. You can choose to get it with the Hogwarts full-sized luggage, and the carry-on in the pattern for either Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, or Hufflepuff.

You can check out of all PB Teen’s Harry Potter luggage on their website to pick out your next travel set. Which house do you plan to represent?