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Welcome to “The Perfect,” ELLE.com‘s roundup of all the elements needed for a perfectly outfitted, vacation, our executed fill-in-the-blank. It’s all up to you!

Getting something personalized doesn’t mean slapping an old-school monogram on it and calling it a day. The more creative you are, the richer the reward. See our favorite ready-to-be-customized finds below.

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1

The Suitcase

Away The Bigger Carry-On

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When it comes to identifying whose bag is whose, it doesn’t matter if it’s your name or another set of initials.

2

The Bracelet

Monica Vinader Havana Friendship Bracelet

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The longer bar of an ID bracelet gives you more space to play with copy (or spell out an inside joke).

3

The Packing Cubes

Paravel Packing Cube Trio

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Sure, you can monogram your packing cubes, but there’s something wonderfully off-kilter about stitching in some attitude.

4

The Shoes

Stubbs & Wootton Mules

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The preppy staple is ready to get cheeky. Skip your initials in favor of the offbeat (like honoring the fact your dog’s so money).

5

The Day Bag

Clare V Annie Tote

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Have a catchphrase or rallying cry? Add it to your everyday bag for an unexpected spot of personality.

6

The Necklace

Zoë Chicco Dog Tag Charm

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Layers and layers of personalized charms have come back in favor. Do one better by engraving a favorite lyric, mantra, or life moment.

7

The Tote

Parker Thatch The Big Bag

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Make something yours, no doubt about it, by emblazoning a personality-packed phrase. Emojis optional, but encouraged.

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