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How To Correctly Pack a Suitcase


Smart Travel Packing Tips - How To Pack A Suitcase

Smart Travel Packing Tips - How To Pack A Suitcase
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Today’s video is on Packing tips to travel light with family. Travelling light has its advantages when it comes to mobility. Having free hands to hold your child’s hand and additional things such as water bottle, maps, camera, selfie stick is so helpful. Chugging luggage is not the best thing one should do on the holiday. In this video, we have shown packing for three (two adults and one child) using just one mid-size bag and a bag pack. This should be good to last a week. This packing also includes woollens for light winter.
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Check out these helpful tips for packing your suitcase quickly and efficiently!

-Set out all of the items you want to take, then pare down to the necessities, choosing versatile items that coordinate to save space
-Begin with placing small items and undergarments in the pockets or zippered areas
-Pack socks inside shoes, then place the shoes heel-to-toe in the corners
-Fill in the awkward area on the bottom of the suitcase (between the frame) with odd-shaped items like hairdryers or umbrellas
-Fold collared shirts like you see in the store
-Roll t-shirts and pants to conserve space
-Lay items on alternating sides to create even layers

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How To Pack A Suitcase With Marie Kondo | Apartment Therapy

Marie Kondo is famous for Kon-Mari method and book, The Life Changing Art of Tidying Up—both of which promise to help you wrest control of the stuff in your home. But what about when you have to take that some of that stuff on the road?

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Pack with me! Here's how I pack a carry on suitcase for a 4 day trip to Seattle & Olympic National Park with my family. I still pack Konmari style w/ clothes folded (or rolled) vertically! And you know I'm a pouch girl. Love my pouches and packing cubes hehe.

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How to Pack a Suitcase Bag Properly

Jumping up and down on your suitcase is fun and all, but there's a science to a properly packed bag.

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Finally! Your vacation is here, but the thought of packing all your stuff into one suitcase is freaking you out. Howdini Hacks shares some space-saving travel packing tips so that you won't have to leave anything behind -- except for the stress.

- Fold and roll to save space: 0:09
- Stuff shoes with small items in resealable plastic bags: 0:25
- Use the overlapping layer formation technique for jeans, jackets and dresses: 0:42
- Pack blazers inside out ti avoid wrinkles: 1:05
- Refill travel-size bottles for shampoo and conditioner: 1:15
- Place plastic wrap over the bottles to avoid leaks and spills in the suitcase: 1:32
- Use prescription bottles for cotton swabs: 1:42
- Contact cases a great to store foundation or other makeup as well as little necessities: 1:50
- Keep delicate jewelry secure thanks to press n seal plastic wrap: 2:03
- Secure earrings together through holes of buttons: 2:26
- Ditch heavy books and magazine. Go digital: 2:41
- Sneak the heavy stuff into your travel partner's bag: 2:54

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For a standard business trip, I suggest you pack at least one suit, maybe two, and a navy blazer. If you want another pair of pants, I think chinos are great or if you need something dressier, of course, you can go with dress pants. Make sure there's enough contrast and don't go with something Navy that is different than the Blazer, or even exactly the same because, with the buttons, it just looks off.

When it comes to shirts, I'd bring a white dress shirt with cufflinks, maybe a light blue one, and at least a checked one which is a little more casual that you can wear without a tie.

Most people forget it, but it's very important to bring at least one pair of shoe trees because it helps your shoes to stay in shape and lasts longer, while plastic ones are really lightweight, I don't like them because they don't provide the desired shape and hold I need, so I go with a lightweight wood such as cedar or even better poplar.

In terms of accessories, I usually bring pocket squares, tie, sometimes bow ties, cufflinks, rings, maybe a car pin, or a collar bar, and also boutonnieres. I actually use the Fort Belvedere gift box to travel with them because that's perfect and they don't get damaged that way.

So how do you pack a suitcase?
First of all, I suggest you go to the bedroom because if you have a large enough bed, you can put all of your things out there and you can have your suitcase up on the bed so it's easier to pack. The first thing I do is to stuff my socks and underwear into the shoes that don't have shoe trays. I definitely recommend you use shoe bags or dust bags because they keep the rest of your clothes clean. The remaining t-shirts, polo shirts, or undershirts, and socks go into the bottom of the suitcase and especially on the side where you have the pull mechanism because it's uneven and those socks help to even everything out.

Now in terms of a suit, the big advantage of a large spinner suitcase is that you don't need to really fold your suit heavily. So what I do is I use a lightweight plastic hanger with a wide shoulder pad, you want the shoulders to be about two inches wide and you want a trouser bar to not be rubberized because it usually doesn't stick. Never go with more than two garment bags and if you have more garment bags, such as two suits and two jackets, simply double them up in the same garment bag.

Once the garment bag is zipped up, you lay it flat in the suitcase then take the other garment bag laid flat as well. And then you fold them over one on each other. that way the crease in the garment is not strong and it won't wrinkle. I always try to fold it just at the bottom part of the lapel because that way, you don't get any creases in it. On top of the suits, I only put very lightweight items. I found that rolling up ties usually makes them wrinkle much more easily and just laying them flat in your suitcase means they shift around and that way they wrinkle too so definitely get a tie case.

So what suitcase would you ideally choose?
Over the years, I’ve tried lots of different things and I've found that two things are very important. One, you want spinner wheels that are really easy to roll because nothing is as bothersome as having to carry your suitcase for long distances which makes you sweat and uncomfortable at the airport.

Your spinner suitcase has to be wide enough. Ideally, your shoulders should fit in there no problem. Originally, I started with larger, more rectangular suitcases, but I've gone to a more square shape which works really well for suits.

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Today I show you how to correctly pack a suitcase. Not many people know how to properly pack a suitcase - This results in them not being able to fit everything in that they need to travel. This clothes folding technique absolutely blew my mind. You'll be amazed at just how much you'll be able to fit in your suitcase. Following this method you'll be able to pack 3 - 4 times as much clothes into your suitcase with ease!

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Tomorrow we're leaving for our family vacation in the Outer Banks. I'm sooo excited- it's basically our first real vacation of the summer so I'm totally looking forward to it.

Anyway, in this video I show you how I packed my two suitcases for our vacation. Since we're driving down to North Carolina, no need to worry about checking luggage or bringing a carry-on (all of our bags will be with us in the car).

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In this video we're tackling the confusing world of carry-on packing. What is the true size of a carry-on suitcase? What can you bring on board? How to pack like a minimalist? We even do a test-pack to show you what we'd pack on a long term trip.

We are big fans of traveling light with only the essentials to carry around. Travel doesn't just end at the airport. Whatever you pack for a trip has to be hauled around in taxis, on the bus, on the train, in and out of hotels and hostels.

With some careful planning, you can have a great trip with small, easy to handle luggage.

A few other reasons why we love carry-on packing is because you can save money by not paying to check a bag, you don't have to wait for your luggage to unload from the plane and waste time at the carousel, and you don't have to worry about losing your luggage or having someone take it by mistake.

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How To Pack For A Business Trip | MR PORTER

We asked three well-travelled men to share their wisdom on how to pack for a business trip.

MR PORTER meets Mr Duncan Ellis, company director of Scruffy Bird Management; Mr Seamus Hoar, founder of Hoar Marshall; and Mr Götz Offergeld, founder of Fräulein magazine, in this short guide to travelling lightly. Use their simple tips and tricks to help streamline your packing process.

1. Understand what you're going to be doing at your destination, what the weather will be like and who you'll be seeing
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4. Roll items, don't fold
5. Take versatile items that can be dressed up or down
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Packing Smart: Best Tips & Tricks For Maximizing Suitcase Space

Today I'm finishing off my packing series by sharing my top tips for maximizing suitcase space while packing for my upcoming trip. Containers are key and I show you all of my favorites. I hope you enjoy it and come back next week!

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I was gonna go for a 3-week trip in England (I ended up staying for 5 weeks though) and didn't even start packing yet so I thought it would be cool if I just take you through my packing procedures together lol. I like to pack stuff in small bags then throw them all in the suitcase. You might think I'm a bit silly to do this but it works for me as it made me organize my thoughts better and forget less stuff, plus, it took me shorter to find what I need during my trip! So, enjoy the video! I hope it's useful for you! xx Yim

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- The suitcase size is 28x20x11 inch and the carry-on bag is 19x12 inch.
- This weighed less than 20kg. I always weigh my suitcases before going to the airport, so don't worry. (And I was allowed 40kg in total)
- Most packing pouches I use are normally from a Japanese 100Yen shop called 'Komonoya', available in Thailand, and 'Daiso', available in many countries. But you don't need to get exactly the same thing, just get the idea and find anything cheap around your place.
- I bought my suitcase from a random local store in MBK mall in Bangkok. So it's obviously not branded but it's incredibly strong.
- The military bag I'm using as a carry-on bag is from Paul's Boutique
- I don't normally pack a shampoo, conditioner, body wash, body lotion, and toothpaste with me because they are normally provided at the hotel. Unless I go to stay with someone's house then I'll buy them around the place I'll stay as they're available everywhere so there's no need to pack them at all.
- Since a LOT of people asked me in the comment box, yes I have 2 phones. iPhone is the main phone with the SIM card of the country where I currently am to use phone and data. Another one is a spare one with other 2 SIM cards of the countries where I am resident of, to receive texts from banks and stuff.
- Also, since a lot of people wondered why I only packed one pair of shoes, lol, I packed one pair of flats, wore one pair of trainers on the day I traveled, and I planned to buy some shoes back with me from England (And I did!). And since I was going to stay at my boyfriend's family home, I can borrow any other types of shoes if I needed. Remember, this is just a video to show how I actually packed, not that I'm telling you what you should pack, so of course you can pack things that are essential to you. ;)

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