She'll love the purple color and unicorn decor, you'll love that it comes with her name right on. No lunch box mix-ups this year. (Pottery Barn Kids, $23 - $30)
Part Bento box, part TV tray, this lunch box serves many purposes. It's long-lasting, easy to clean, keeps foods separate and kids will enjoy eating off the trays instead of out of sandwich bags. (planetbox.com, $35-$75)
If you have little ones taking lunch to school, get ready to fall in love with these adorable animal-themed lunch totes. Make it a set with a matching backpack. (Skiphop.com, $14)
We already loved the Rubbermaid lunch boxes because they store and wash easy, and keep food fresh. Imagine our excitement when we discovered a lunch bag designed to fit them perfectly. (Amazon, $16)
No cooler needed with this genius lunch box. The lunch box itself folds flat in your freezer when not in use, then keeps your food cold for up to 10 hours. We kind of love that owl motif, too. (The Container Store, $20)
Do you have a bit of a fashionista on your hands? She'll love this insulated lunch bag that looks a lot more like a purse. (Amazon, $26)
One common problem with most lunch boxes is the lack of room to pack an actual lunch. That problem is solved with this two-tiered masterpiece. (Toys R Us, $26)
This lunch box is bento-ware at its best. One large bento container, filled with four smaller ones, all fit into the stylish tote with two insulated compartments and an outside pocket, meaning there's still room for a drink and more. (laptoplunches.com, $48)
Is there a little boy on the planet that wouldn't be proud to carry this dump truck lunch box? We think not. (Target, $10)
The wide opening on this lunch box makes it easy to pack, and the variety of patterns means there's something to please even the pickiest kid. (L.L.Bean, $25)
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