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Vintage Luggage from John Little (A Singapore Shopping Trip Post)

I guess I'm really an old soul since upon seeing this at John Little, a popular retail store here in Singapore, I just couldn't help but take a shot to share to everyone.

Vintage-inspired luggage from John Little

A vintage-inspired 20" luggage!  Comes with built-in locks and faux leather cover.  So classy!

In detail

Also comes in black (sold out as of last time I checked) and brown colors (although last week, even the browns were being sold up fast, too.)  Selling for a discounted price of S$79 (Php2,600*.) 

Although, personally, I wouldn't use this for air travel purposes, specifically if it requires you to have this checked-in.  Maybe as carry on luggage only?  If 20" is still acceptable.  Or for car travels?  Overnighters?  You never know with this no-name brands, right?  J

Available at John Little stores island(Singapore)-wide.

*S$1 = Php33


Planning to visit?  Drop by my "Getting Around Singapore" post (click here) for more details on how to get around the Lion City.


  1. ganda! pero masisira lang yan pag nacheck-in na.

  2. This is so cute!! Not bad for P2600!! :) Thanks for sharing this find :)

  3. OMG. Want!!! I love vintage-looking items like those! Too bad it's not available here... :(

  4. A delicate nya para pang check in...masasayang lang:) i guess this would be perfect as a center table in a little room..perfect for a vintage vibes:)


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