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If you haven’t heard of July, the coolest luggage brand in Australia (and beyond), it’s about time you did. The brand that popularized upscale minimalist suitcases in sleek millennial-favorite colors has added another offering to their repertoire: personalized luggage. And no, this isn’t just bag tags monogrammed with initials — we mean custom portraits of your pet’s face. With this addition, it’ll be pretty difficult to mix up your checked bag with someone else's.
Launching today, the personalizable options include July’s best-selling Carry On Trunk ($445) and Checked Trunk ($495), as well as the convenient Carry All Weekender ($195) and the stylish Drink Bottle ($55).
How does it work? You can customize your case by uploading a high-resolution image of your pet at checkout. From there, July’s creative team will create a mockup of the portrait for you to review before it’s finalized.
For $50, July will print the custom portrait on your item of choice — plus, customers get to keep the rendering, which we highly suggest using as a screensaver on every device you own.
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Avery is an editor at The Wildest. She has written for numerous publications, including Refinery29, BuzzFeed, and V Magazine. She lives in Brooklyn, New York with her fiancé and cat, Chicken, and has high hopes that one of them will let her adopt a dog.