Travel In Style With These Items From Oprah’s ‘Favorite Things’ List

By Sharelle Burt


It’s the most wonderful time of the year. We’re not talk about Christmas. We’re talking about the release of Oprah Winfrey’s Annual Favorite Things list.


Her 2018 list is her longest ever, with a total of 107 items. Featured in the December issue of O Magazine, Winfrey has items for any and everyone. For the first time, the billionaire has numerous gifts for people on a budget, with gifts under $50. On top of that, there are coupon codes for certain items.


“I love discovering delectable, cozy, innovative new gifts and revisiting some of my past favorites to find the perfect present for each of the special people in my life, and then sharing these great finds with all of you,” Winfrey said in a press release.


There are so many items to chose from for the loved ones in your life, including those that have been bitten by the travel bug. Check them out below:


Clark Backpack and Duffel


These bags are perfect for someone that likes to travel in style. A bit on the pricey side with the backpack costing $158 and the duffel at $178, but Oprah is offering a 20 percent discount using a special code on both items.


Down-Alternative Jetsetter Mini Pillow


Get cozy as you prepare for takeoff with these comfy neck pillows. These cute pillows are easy to care and come in four vibrant fashions. If you’re really into gift giving, you can get the pillows engraved. Originally $49, Ms. Winfrey is offering a 20 percent discount.


K.Carroll Accessories Harper Crossbody Bags


Another way to travel while being cute is with these trendy accessory bags. Perfect for carrying the everyday essentials like your phone, wallet, and keys, the bags also come in 16 different colors to match your style. These are pretty cheap, costing only $19.99 but of course, Oprah is letting them go at a discount.


Footnanny Travel Set With Green Buffer


Being on the go can cause a lot of wear and tear on your feet, so Oprah wants to help with that. Clearly one of her favorites and a great stocking stuffer, the travel set is making its fifth list appearance with five different foot creams, a rescue dry buffer and a bonus pair of white cotton socks. The price was originally set at $60, but Oprah is letting it go for $48 when you type in “OPRAH” at checkout.


All gifts are available on the Amazon website, the Amazon app, and Amazon Fire TV devices. Check out the full list when O Magazine hits newsstands on November 20.

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