I know I’ve asked before, but seriously, where did summer go? School is no longer out for the summer; it’s back in session and the month of August is nearly gone. I spent much of the season traveling on short weekend getaways, and each time I began packing I ran into the same problem: I don’t have an overnight bag that I love. Large luggage with rolling wheels is in a very different category from spacious but efficient large duffel bags; one is much harder to find than the other.

Of course Balenciaga has an answer for my travel bag woes, and in a bright, eye-catching fluorescent color at that. With small details that are oh-so-Balenciaga, the Voyage 24H in Rose Fluo is a statement piece for every girl who loves a quick escape.

You know that moment right before you are supposed to load up the car and run out of town, yet you can not find the right sized bag to throw your essentials in? I know that moment well, because I always end up with a bag too big or a bag too small. I have a good feeling about this BBag and hope the 13″W x 16.5″H x 8.5″D will make a great overnight option.

Now let me talk about the color. With a brand known well for their wide variety of hues, this is one of my favorites to date. Neon, bold and almost too-in-your-face for most, I find myself wanting this bag in a major way. Make room for bold colors, because the pale and muted palettes are taking a backseat with many of our favorite designers right now. Buy via Balenciaga for $2,245.

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