There's nothing like packing the first school lunch of the year, and your kid's PBJ will be even tastier tucked inside these inspiring, super-fun lunch boxes.
If bento-style lunches are your jam, you'll love this set from PlanetBox, which includes a stainless steel lunch box with molded compartments, two separate small containers and an insulated bag. (PlanetBox, $70)
This adorable little lunchbox features a cheerful ladybug. Made from food-safe materials, it seals tightly with Velcro and keeps food cold for up to four hours. (Built New York, $17)
It can be hard to find lunch boxes that aren't gender specific. We love this design from Dabbawalla, which turns any little boy or girl into a flying ace. (Amazon, $40).
For the older child with a real sense of personal style, you'll want to check out the Little Lunch Pal from Little Name Design. Made from wood, its vintage-inspired design will please even the most discerning tween or teen. (Little Name Design, $35)
Another great choice for a kid who has his or her own design aesthetic. The Eco-Friendly Lunch Box Deluxe by OOTS comes in three colors and arrives with five stackable containers. (Amazon, $38)
What kid doesn't love a lunch box with his or her name on it? This personalized lunch box is dishwasher safe and comes with waterproof faceplates that can be replaced as your child gets older and his taste changes. (Rosenberry Rooms, $35)
Another great choice for picky tweens or teens, this lunch box comes with an easy-to-clean removable insert and is BPA free. (SoYoung, $32)
This simple lunch box pops with bright colors and your child's initial. A good choice for toting snacks or even breast milk to a day-care provider. (My Sweet Dreams Baby, $26)
Everything is awesome when your lunch is packed in a giant LEGO. This container will be the envy of every kid in the cafeteria. (POSH365, $15)
For the kid with a sense of humor, pack her lunch in this ironic (and iconic) brown bag, made from tear-proof Tyvek. (Amazon, $13)
Bento-style lunches are perfect for picky eaters. They keep food separated and offer plenty of creative options for packing finger foods. This lunch box from Goodbyn can be personalized with a set of stickers, sold separately. (Goodbyn, $9)
Every child loves to get a note from mom inside his lunch box. With this personalized model from FreckleBox, you can write encouraging words on the inside of the lid, which doubles as a chalkboard. Bonus: The outside can be personalized with a name. (FreckleBox, $30 to $40)
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