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Safety is always a big concern for many travelers, no matter where your destination or how long your journey. In this post, I’ll share the best money belt for traveling along with additional anti-theft accessories for women that would prefer not to have a bulge under their top.
Even a seasoned traveler can easily become a victim by getting too comfortable. I knew a traveler who had their credit cards stolen in Thailand and the thieves got away with $5,000 in purchases!
If you don’t have the time to read the entire article, this is the most popular womens money belt!
Best Money Belts and Anti-theft Travel Accessories
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Fortunately, I’ve only been a victim of theft once in almost a decade of full time travel– a fellow backpacker stole $100 cash from my unlocked bag in a hostel. To be honest, both of these situations were completely preventable. All we had to do was lock our backpacks.
The majority of these occurrences are due to convenience and by taking a few precautions you can avoid becoming a victim of opportunistic theft. Travel insurance can sometimes help cover costs in case you are a victim, but it’s best to be cautious wherever possible.
Don’t worry – below you’ll find a roundup of the best money belts for travel so you can theft-proof your gear!
The Best Travel Money Belt: Alpha Keeper
What’s a Money Belt?
It’s an item you wear under your clothing where you can store your valuables to prevent theft. The above image shows the most traditional style, but you can find a variety of anti-theft product options below.
Whatever you do, DO NOT WEAR THE MONEY BELT OUTSIDE OF YOUR CLOTHING.
I can’t believe how many travelers I see wearing it on the outside, advertising to thieves exactly where to find their cash. Please don’t make that mistake. It’s meant to be worn as a hidden money pouch under your clothing.
Venture 4th RFID Money Belt for Travel
Money Belt Reviews
While there are a variety of brands offering security accessories, our readers favor the beige color by Alpha Keeper and the black color by Venture 4th. They’re both made with RFID protection and water-resistant ripstop nylon.
While the one by Alpha Keeper features some colorful prints, many prefer the Venture 4th because it offers a variety of neutral colors to blend in seamlessly underneath clothing instead of brights that can show through your tops.
Pack Gear Hidden Money Belt with RFID Block
The option above by Pack Gear is unique in that it includes theft insurance and lifetime recovery service for lost items. While durable and with plenty of space for passports and credit cards, it’s thin and low profile so it’s a bit less bulky than other styles. Plus, with RFID protection, you won’t have to worry as much about identity theft!
Whether you plan on exercising or hiking on your vacation or just sightseeing in the city, this StashBandz running belt can also conceal your valuables underneath your clothes.
Double the width of a standard waist pack, this spandex hip belt has four eight-inch wide pockets and stretches enough to accommodate larger cell phones like the iPhone Plus. The discreet zipper ensures none of your essentials fall out. Our readers consider this one of the most comfortable money belt styles!
Eagle Creek Undercover Silk Money Belt
Another comfortable option, this Eagle Creek is a traveler-favorite for women money belts. Made from natural and soft silk, this item is easy to wear all day, plus the rose pink color is pretty, too. Equipped with two, separate zippered pockets, you can easily organize your currency in one pouch and other documents in another.
Lewis N. Clark RFID-Blocking Anti-Theft Money Belt
For a cost effective option, you can’t go wrong with the Lewis N. Clark anti-theft waist stash. It features RFID-blocking technology, a special TravelDry fabric to wick away moisture, and durable rip-stop nylon with self-repairing zippers. Along with multiple compartments, it’s lightweight and has a slim design.
Below you’ll find additional theft proof accessories to protect your valuables!
Compass Rose RFID Secret Bra Wallet (similar)
Personally, I prefer to use a hidden bra wallet instead of a money belt. This anti-theft product allows me to hide my cash and cards conveniently in my bra. This feels secure and comfortable and hasn’t failed me once!
I’ve used different types of bra stashes but couldn’t find something to meet my needs. Either the fabric was made of lace and scratched my skin or the strap didn’t fit across my wide bra band.
As a solution, I created my own version, the Compass Rose Secret Bra Wallet. The fabric is the same as a bra so it’s soft and comfortable to wear even in the heat and humidity of Rome in the summer.
Because women come in a variety of shapes and sizes, my secret bra stash is also designed with an extra long strap to fit size A – DD+ cup sizes and bra bandwidths up to 4.5”. PLUS, it’s the only bra wallet with built-in RFID protection.
I wear my trusty bra money pouch under my arm instead of in front of my bra. I also tuck it in underneath my bra after fastening it to the bra band for extra security.
Eagle Creek Undercover Hidden Pocket
While you can fasten the Compass Rose Secret Bra Wallet to your belt loop and tuck it into your pants, the Eagle Creek Undercover Hidden Pocket can fit a passport if you’d like to hide that on your body.
Many people find this to be a comfortable option, but the caveat is that you have to wear a belt in order to use it.
Jasgoods Travel Security Money Belt
Featuring a zippered hidden pocket, the Jasgoods security belt is a great alternative to your regular one to keep your money and other valuables safe while on the road. Simply fold your bills and passport copies in half and slide them in the pocket with any other of your credit cards or ID’s.
Lewis N Clark Clip Travel Money Pouch
Similar to a bra stash, this secret wallet by Lewis N Clark offers an option you can clip to your waist belt. It also offers RFID protection. While their picture shows in on the outside of trousers, it seems to be better protected on the interior of your clothing.
Lewis N. Clark Deluxe Neck Stash
Another popular Lewis N Clark anti-theft product is their deluxe neck wallet. It can hold up to four passports, which is a plus if you’re traveling with your family. It also has durable ripstop fabric and a long strap so you can also wear it across your body.
Find out how to wear a neck wallet while traveling!
Luggage That Locks
The best protection in your accommodation and during transportation rides can be as easy as locking your bag.
Check out my favorite travel backpack, the Osprey Farpoint 55 and this reader’s fave anti-theft suitcase by Samsonite. If I hadn’t left my backpack locked in a hostel in Borneo, my valuables would have been gone when I returned from a scuba diving trip.
I now use the 21.5″ Osprey Ozone wheeled suitcase and alternate it with the Delsey Helium for different trips. They’re both terrific bags and have built-in lockable zippers.
Clothing with Hidden Pockets
If you don’t like a money belt, stashing your passport and money in your underwear may be a better option. While traveling in El Salvador, I found a boy short style underwear with large pockets on either side of the leg.
While it was a bit awkward to wear my passport over my upper leg, I only used it during transportation journeys in Central America when the probability of getting my daypack stolen seemed a bit higher.
For something similar, a popular style is travel clothing with secret pockets by Clever Travel Companion. It features zippered tanks and underwear with hidden pockets.
If you’re looking for clothing designed to protect your belongings, our readers share their recommendations for concealed pocket clothing!
Infinity Scarf with Zipper Pocket
Customize your anti-theft approach based on your destination. In places like Europe and Spain, where pickpockets are common, avoid clothing and bags with open pockets, giving wandering hands easy access to your things.
Coats and pants with zippers are a must!
It’s possible to find clothing accessories with zippered pockets to stash a little cash. I found the above infinity scarf online. It’s affordable and available in wide variety of prints and colors.
While you wouldn’t want to carry many things on your next the entire day, this may work well to store some larger bills and an emergency credit card on trips with cool to mild weather.
Here are our readers top recommendations for scarves with pockets to help keep your valuables safe!
Travelon Anti-Theft Signature Quilted Slim Pouch
Anti-theft Travel Shoulder Bags
Some travelers may want to take extra precaution by using anti-theft travel shoulder bags. These specialized travel purses have safety features like lockable zippers, slash-proof materials, and sturdy straps to prevent thieves from breaking in.
Pacsafe and Travelon are the two major brands that offer these theftproof bags but our readers rave the most about Travelon. They offer a variety of styles including travel purses that don’t necessarily look like “anti-theft purses” like their Slim Crossbody shown above. It’s part of their Signature Collection, which offers some of the best-looking styles!
Travelon Anti-Theft Cross-Body Bag, Two Pocket
If you need more space, the best selling Travelon travel purse is the anti-theft cross body with two pockets. It has a slim design featuring slash-proof fabric, an adjustable, cut-proof shoulder strap, and zippers with a latch for extra security. It also comes with RFID blocking card slots.
It retails for as low as $30 and is available in over twenty colors. Our readers favor the bag in a classic Black but two other popular options are the Midnight and Stone colors. It’s a clear winner!
Read more about the best anti-theft travel bags for women!
What’s the Best Money Belt for Travel?
There are many variations to anti-theft accessories, as you can see in the above article. From neck pouches to hidden pockets, there’s something to meet everyone’s needs.
In fact, the best option is to use a combination of items. That’s what I do.
For example, you can use a bra stash to store your credit cards and cash for everyday use, then use a neck pouch or pocket underwear to store your passport on transit days, and the rest of the time, use a lockable suitcase (safe or locker) to ensure your belongings are secure inside your accommodation.
Here is a quick review of the best money belts and anti-theft travel accessories:
|BRAND / MODEL||REVIEW||RATING||PRICE|
|Alpha Keeper RFID Money Belt for Travel||“Made with RFID protection and water-resistant ripstop nylon.”||Check Price|
|Venture 4th Travel Money Belt||“It offers a variety of neutral colors to blend in seamlessly underneath clothing instead of brights that can show through your tops.”||Check Price|
|Pack Gear Travel Money Belt with RFID Block||“It’s lightweight and low profile so you won’t even see it under your clothing. Plus, with RFID protection, you won’t have to worry as much about identity theft!”||Check Price|
|Stashbandz Unisex Travel Money Belt||“Whether you plan on exercising or hiking on your vacation or just sightseeing in the city, this StashBandz travel money belt doubles as a running belt.”||Check Price|
|Eagle Creek Silk Undercover Money Belt||“Eagle Creek is one of the most popular travel accessory brands, and their undercover money belt is a traveler-favorite.”||Check Price|
|Lewis N. Clark RFID-Blocking Anti-Theft Money Belt||“This anti-theft waist stash features RFID-blocking technology, a special TravelDry fabric to wick away moisture, and durable rip-stop nylon with self-repairing zippers.”||Check Price|
|Compass Rose RFID Secret Bra Wallet||“This is the ONLY bra stash made with an extra long strap to fit DD+cup sizes and a range of bra band widths. PLUS, it's also the only bra stash with RFID protection.”||Check Price|
|Eagle Creek Undercover Hidden Pocket||“Many people find this more comfortable than a money belt.”||Check Price|
|Jasgoods Travel Security Money Belt||“Featuring a zippered hidden pocket, the Active Roots security belt is a great alternative to your regular one to keep your money and other valuables safe while on the road.”||Check Price|
|Lewis N Clark Clip Stash||“This secret wallet by Lewis N Clark offers an option you can clip to your waist belt.”||Check Price|
|Lewis N. Clark Deluxe Neck Stash||“It can hold up to four passports, which is a plus if you’re traveling with your family.”||Check Price|
|Forge TSA Lock||“The best protection in your accommodation and during transportation rides can be as easy as locking your bag.”||Check Price|
|Clever Travel Companion Tank Top||“It features zippered tanks and underwear with hidden pockets.”||Check Price|
|Infinity Scarf with Zipper Pocket||“It’s affordable and available in wide variety of prints and colors.”||Check Price|
|Travelon Anti-Theft Signature Quilted Slim Pouch||“Travel purse that doesn’t look like an “anti-theft purse.”||Check Price|
|Travelon Anti-Theft Cross-Body Bag, Two Pocket||“It has a slim design featuring slash-proof fabric, an adjustable, cut-proof shoulder strap, and zippers with a latch for extra security.”||Check Price|
How Do You Use Anti-Theft Accessories?
It’s important to note that anti-theft products DO NOT REPLACE YOUR NEED TO USE A WALLET.
Please keep enough money for the day in your wallet and use an anti-theft product such as a money belt or bra stash to store EXTRA cash and cards only.
I keep the bulk of my money in my bra stash but I keep what I need for the day in my pocket, purse, or wallet. This way, I don’t have to dig into my bra or money belt awkwardly or uncomfortably every single time I need to access money.
Please DO NOT dig under your clothing every time you make a purchase. That defeats the purpose of these products.
I see this happen a lot. Travelers will get their money belt out and dig through everything so they can find what they need. This isn’t very safe as now everyone knows how much money you have and where you store it.
It’s important to be discreet, hide it, and step aside somewhere quiet or secure if you do need to get into your anti-theft product.
Please read my top ten tried and tested anti-theft travel tips for more information on how to properly use these items!
Watch the video above for the do’s and don’ts on avoiding theft while traveling.
These anti-theft accessories listed in this article are products designed to help you avoid theft while traveling. (These can also be used at home, too.)
The majority of the items are meant to be worn under your clothing to securely store cash, cards, passports, and potentially other small valuables.
Please note: you should not carry around your passport while sightseeing. Read this to learn how to keep your passport safe!
Additional Travel Safety Tips
- Don’t forget travel insurance! Keep all your receipts because they’ll be necessary for insurance claims, along with a police report.
- Avoid sightseeing with your passport and all your money in your daypack or travel purse.
- Don’t go to big festivals and events with your passport and large amounts of money.
- Avoid leaving your passport and money unlocked in your hotel, hostel, or guesthouse.
- Use lockers provided by your accommodation (don’t forget one of the top 10 essentials on your backpacking checklist: travel locks).
- Try to only keep all your valuables on you when in transit and on transportation journeys–this is a good time to use the above gear.
- Make photocopies of your passport and offer it when an agency requires you to leave your passport as collateral. It may not always work, but it’s worth a try.
- Distribute the wealth and spread your valuables out in different places so if something does get taken, they don’t get everything.
- Always always always lock your backpack or suitcase, no matter how comfortable you feel in your accommodation.
As mentioned above, these items should be used as precautions. They won’t guarantee you won’t have things stolen, but they definitely improve your chances of keeping your valuables safe.
It is more likely that your cards will be stolen from inside your luggage rather than someone making off with your entire suitcase or backpack, but things do happen.
In cases where thieves steal entire bags, it usually happens on overnight buses–from underneath the bus or even from right under your seat while you sleep. It’s a sad part of travel, but it happens.
Anti-theft travel accessories are a low price to pay versus having your cash and credit cards stolen.
Watch my video on TPSY TV for a few more anti-theft products.
Items featured in video (in order as shown)
Travel insurance can sometimes help cover costs in case you are a victim, but it’s best to be cautious about your belongings, too.
Lastly, it’s good to be well-informed and cautious, but please don’t feel paranoid. The world is a much kinder and safer place than we give it credit for but it’s easy to feel a bit stressed out when you’re a first time traveler.
While there are reports of thefts from travelers, there is a much higher number of people who’ve never experienced anything at all so don’t let it deter you from enjoying your travels.
Do you travel with anti-theft travel accessories?
For more travel safety tips, please read:
- How to Keep Your Passport Safe While Traveling
- I Had My Bag Stolen and 4 Ways I Could’ve Avoided It
- How I Keep My Valuables Safe Abroad
- Will these Safe Travel Essentials Really Help You?
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These are brilliant, thanks so much! I am going to Europe for the first time in over 20 years and trying to be as prepared as possible. Your site has been SO helpful to know what to expect, what to buy, and how to (hopefully) pack light! Pickpockets are a concern for me so I can’t wait to try out some of these solutions.
This blog post was so helpful when preparing for my first trip to Europe this year. Having the Travelon purse made me feel so much safter!
CAN YOU TELL ME WHERE TO PURCHASE THIS PURSE? THE BLACK PURSE PICTURED IAT THE TOP OF THE ARTICLE?
Hi there, I am afraid that the image at the top of the article is a stock image so we are not sure of the brand. ?
Another travel bra option would be the sporty Brave Betty.
Good for overnight travel and when you don’t need immediate access to the contents as the storage area is inside the back of the bra.
Hi Janet, thank you for sharing your recommendation for Brave Betty with us!! Sounds fantastic for keeping your valuables safe! 🙂
Do you have recommendation for passport storage while swimming. I’m going on a cruise. I want to swim While on shore but will need my passport to get back on the ship.
Hi Mandy, have a look at this post for some ideas for keeping your passport safe: https://www.travelfashiongirl.com/how-to-keep-your-passport-safe-while-traveling/ I have also gone ahead and scheduled your question on TFG’s facebook page. Our readers are the best at answering question like yours so keep an eye out for their replies from next Wednesday: https://www.facebook.com/TravelFashionGirl/ hope this helps! Have an awesome time on your cruise! 🙂
Thanks for the post! I know this wasn’t the point of the article, but do you know what brand the bag/backpack is in the photo? I’ve been looking for something like that! (At the top of the post, sitting on the bench about to be stolen.)
Hi Jen, I am really sorry but the image is just a stock photo so I am not sure of the brand. The Baggallini Kindred tote featured in this post is similar: https://www.travelfashiongirl.com/travel-purses-which…/ Also there is the Tumi Crossbody Messenger bag, which is also quite similar: https://www.travelfashiongirl.com/travel-purse/ Sorry I could not be of more help 🙁
One of the best items I’ve bought is a ScotteVest, I can travel with everything I might need for the day and then some without looking bulky or having a bag to manage. The best part it entering museums or other venues with bag checks….I can just skip that and walk straight in. All my valuables are safely stowed in hidden pockets, I love it!
Hi Donna, thank you so much for sharing your suggestion with us! 🙂
When do you wear the money belt/bra stash? put it on before airport? When going through security, is the belt/bra stash a problem?
Thank you for clearing this situation up.
Hi Theatta, I’ve just added a video that explains this all: https://www.travelfashiongirl.com/how-to-keep-your-passport-safe-while-traveling/ The explanation begins at the -17:20 minute mark.
Ordered the travel bra however do you have recommendations for where to keep a smartphone when out and about. That obviously will not fit in the bra.
I carry it in my purse or jacket pocket.
I bought a waterproof case that had a clip on it. Then you can easily clip it to your belt or purse while having it in your pocket or bag. It made it easy to find to for a quick pic on the go. My friend actually had hers stolen the second day of our trip & now uses a similar case in her daily life.
Great article! My husband has a great travel sling backpack from Oakley that has zipper lock capabilities. It’s a great option for men.
Great suggestion Ashley, thanks!
where did you get it the bag for your husband?
Some great safety items for travel. I always use luggage locks and when traveling to heavily populated destinations, always wear my leather Stashbelt! 🙂
I was reading your site and started looking online, what about this purse? Travelon Anti-theft Heritage Crossbody Bag https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CG1J7XG/_encoding=UTF8?coliid=I17IZF2509XP6D&colid=2012FMWFIFCN9
It’s super cute – I have it!
I have the purse you listed & found it extremely hard to get items in & out. The zipper opens to far up on the purse & prevents the purse from fully opening. I tried it at home last yr before going on B2B cruises in Europe & thought it would work. But I ended up using a 31 crossbody that I threw in the suitcase at the last minute. Loved it, hated the Anti-theft Travelon Purse. I was past the return period when I arrived back home so I still have it but don’t use it….wish I could give it to another traveler as I doubt I’ll ever use it.
Hi Jo, I am sorry you had that experience with the Travelon purse 🙁 but pleased you found an alternative purse which you were happy with! Let me look in to this for you!
I was wondering whether you have seen the 65fifty5 undies with the detachable pockets that are water resistant. My daughter used them for a trip to India recently and was really impressed http://www.65fifty5.com
they look good, thanks!
What about the Kavu bags? They are so popular with the young people. My 19 year old is studying abroad in Europe this summer and wants to take her Kavu which is a crossbody bag and she wears it in front .
Thanks for the suggestion Kerri! Will look into this brand
Hi Alex, great article. I’ve been using a fabric belt called Möbius Belt. What’s great about it is that I can wear and use it for all sorts of different activities, so I certainly get my moneys worth! With one belt, I can use it when I’m out exercising, when I go to a concert or event and even when I’m traveling. My husband has also been a victim of theft in Rome. It happened when we first went out in the morning so the theft of our credit cards and money ruined the rest of the day as we had to go back and be on the phone for a long time dealing with the credit card companies. And just feeling mad and frustrated on how fast and easy it was for the thief to take my husbands wallet from this pant pocket. It would have been awesome to have had Möbius Belt at that time since it can be worn comfortably and discreetly under clothing and be like a storage place for a passport (or photocopy of a passport), extra cash, backup credit cards, etc. Here is the website for Möbius Belt in case you are interested in checking it out. http://www.mobiusbelt.com
I have created a product called the Global hipS-sister specifically for travel. 7 inch flattering waist bands with extra large pockets to hold valuables. Our customers LOVE wearing them while traveling. They are meant to be worn under a shirt so it looks like a layering piece. I would love to send you one so that you could try it out for yourself. If interested, contact me at Sonia@hipssister.com
This is really helpful! But just a question color question, if you put your money in the bra stash, how do you get it out when you need it? Or do you keep some of it in your purse?
Hi Andi, yes you always keep the amount of money you will need for the day in your purse and store the excess cash and cards in your bra stash or money belt. Great question!
Hi, I’m traveling to the Dominican Republic soon. Can I get through airport security with a hidden thigh money belt on and with money in my bra?
Hi Shemika! The money in your bra and thigh should be no problem with the metal detector but if security searches you they may wonder what it is. I’m sure it wouldn’t be an issue if it’s not an overly high sum. Hope you have a great trip!
Yes you can also long as visible
I carry small essentials in a BANDI belt. Soft and stretchy, it fits snug on waist or hips and can hold phone, passport, cash/cards/ID as well as other small items such as keys, lip gloss, mints, coins.
Sleek no-bounce alternative to a bulky fanny pack. BANDI belts come in dozens of fun colorful prints and solid fabrics. I love it!
Great tip, I’ll check them out!
Another issue with travel designed gear such as purses is they look like they hide valuables. The local hoodlums look for them, usually.
Have a piece of junk or run of the mill bag and the bag won’t attract undue attention.
Being a redhead traveling where reds don’t typically originate (red occurs in every genetic group, but it’s incredibly rare outside Caucasian genomes), I cannot help but attract attention, even with it up or covered. Pale skin, red eyebrows. I’m an outsider, full stop. I try for gear to help me look unlikely to have nice things.
And I don’t travel with a lot of nice things, to lessen the hit of any loss, mine or otherwise.
I just bought an RFID money belt. It looks the same as any other belt but with the added security to protect your personal data, like credit cards for example. It stops people from being able to swipe your card without your knowledge and take money or worse your identity.
I thought this was really cool and i was not aware how easy it now is for people to steal from you when walking past!
Thanks for the tip!
RFID swiping is very, very common (at least in the states). My credit card number was stolen that way. Now I use RFID sleeves and wallets to block transmission, but the info is also swiped when handing over your card to pay at restaurants (which is what happened in my case). You can’t avoid it totally, but RFID blocking accessories are definitely a big help.
Use judgement and precaution with hostel lockers. My laptop was stolen from the lockers at the Yellow Hostel in Rome. Staying in dorms can be cheap, but not safe for your belongings. My current practice is to never stay in dorms and always pring for the private room.
Have you reviewed the Bra Stash yet??I bought one off of Amazon for my trip to Spain and am curious to hear your opinion of it. Thanks for your blog. I’ve gotten lost in it for hours and keep pinning stuff to revisit later!!
Hi Jessica, I haven’t officially reviewed it but I do own it, use it all the time, and highly recommend it! Thanks for reading for hours yay 🙂
I am travelling around Europe in a few months, the purse that I wanted to take doesn’t zip at the top its got a magnet closure, but it does have a ring on the inside attached to the purse. Do you think it would be safe to use zippered pouches and hook all the zippers and such to the ring inside my purse using carabiner clips? So if a thief did try and pull something out of my bag it wouldnt come loose? Or should I just look for another bag that has a zipper on it?
Hi Jackie, it’s always a good idea to have a zippered closure just to be sure. However, if you plan to take this bag using large zippered pouches should be helpful. Does it have a zippered pocket for your wallet and phone?
I have a Coach soft leather purse with a zipper and shoulder strap. Do you think this is sufficient for my upcoming Rome/Florence/Venice trip, or should I invest on an anti-theft bag like from Travelon? My hubby and I are travelling to Italy for the first time, so please advise.
Ultimately, it is up to you. No matter what type of bag you have all you can do is take precautions:
I personally carry my own purse and hold on to it tight at all times – crossbody preferred. Hope you have a great trip!
A zippered purse can be made more secure by adding tiny S carbiners to the end of the zippers. Available for less than $5.
Love your site! Planning to return to Europe next summer LIGHTLY packed and I appreciate all your wonderful tips. Thank you!
I was wondering if you have used the Sholdit Scarf as a security precaution? Thinking about adding one to my packing list as I’ll need a cute infinity scarf for the trip.
Hi Valeria, that’s great to hear! You’ll have such a much better experience packing light I promise 🙂 I haven’t personally used the scarf myself as I only stash my cash in the bra stash or money pouch. It’s served me well for almost 6 years of travel!
no problem 🙂
I have looked into the anti-theft shoulder bags….and they are beyond ugly. What a shame.
Unfortunately, it seems as if much of the travel gear is less than attractive…I prefer to travel with a regular soft leather bag and keep my cash in my bra stash 😉 It’s worked for me for 6 years!
Also, be sure you know what to do if you lose your passport! http://travelmoreroads.com/what-to-do-if-you-lose-your-passport/