Shop these fun colorways at the pop-up while you can.

By InStyle

Before Away, luggage seemed to fit into two not entirely satisfying categories. It was either hefty monogrammed Louis Vuitton or Goyard leather cases plucked out a different century (or Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest Hotel). Or it was just Some Old Suitcase we brought home from our parents' house one summer. (Related: 23 Travel-Sized Beauty Products That Won't Get Thrown Out by TSA)

Then there came a solution that was smart, affordable, and nice to look at, and it wasn't just us who took notice. Away quickly became a celebrity favorite-Jessica Alba has been spotted toting a grey-blue rolling case by the brand, and both Karlie Kloss and Rashida Jones collaborated on capsule collections.

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The most loveable features are the brand's signature, rounded-edge boxy shells, and its life-saving battery phone chargers that make getting caught without an outlet nearby a non-issue.

If you're busy planning a trip-hopefully somewhere with nicer weather-this is a great time to add a new suitcase to your cart. Today, Away just added two new exclusive styles to its pop-up at Nordstrom. (Related: Sweaty Betty Just Launched a New Collection at Nordstrom (and It's Super Cute))

Available in black or white, with either a blue, red, or yellow contrast zipper, these minimalist travel cases also come in four convenient sizes: Carry-On, Bigger Carry-On, Medium, and Large. As of now, you can also still snag a case in the bright red style released earlier this month. Add one to your Nordstrom basket alongside some trend-forward resort wear, and consider yourself travel-ready.

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The Carry-On Hard Shell Suitcase

To buy: $225,

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The Bigger Carry-On Hard Shell Suitcase

To buy: $245,

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The Medium Hard Shell Suitcase

To buy: $275;

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The Large Hard Shell Suitcase

To buy: $295;

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This story originally appeared on by Laura Reilly.

Comments (1)

January 23, 2019
Not a fan of them. I will stick with my trusty Travelpro Platinum Magna 2 spinner .